This is The Bridge IIIP by Harman Kardon, besides acting like a really stylish docking station that’ll keep your iPod or iPhone recharged it’ll play their contents (both music and HD video) through any Bridge-ready A/V Harman Kardon receiver and hook up with it seamlessly. So, if you own a Harman Kardon system today this might just be worth taking a look at.
Link: Harman Kardon: The Bridge IIIP ($129.00)
Harman Kardon BDS 800 is a new, slick 5.1 home theatre system featuring a 65 watt per channel digital amplifier (Dolby Digital, DTS) capable of playing Blu-ray, DVD/CD and FM-radio as well as media content through the USB port. As for the speakers (which are wall-mountable) you get four identical, two-way, dual-driver satellite speakers, one dedicated two-way, dual-driver center speaker and a subwoofer packing 200 watts.
HarmanKardon.com: BDS 800 ($1499.00)
When Harman Kardon launched SoundSticks II it became a permanent part of MoMA’s collection in New York, now it’s updated to version 3 (III) and while this 2.1 sound system still feature 40 watts (20 watt sub woofer and 10 in each speaker) it now comes with a white LED light and black feet to match the new iMac better. It was launched in Japan earlier this year but now finally available in the states.
Other than the fancy looks you get a speaker system with 3.5mm stereo jack input (so it’s suitable for most mp3 players and computers), touch controls for volume and mute, a six inch down-firing subwoofer and four transducers in each speaker.
HarmanKardon.com: SoundSticks III (Product page)
Amazon: Search for SoundSticks