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Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 6 Portable Wireless Speaker with IPX7 Waterproof (Black)

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8 Hours of Playtime

The rechargeable battery supports up to 8 hours of playtime.

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Wireless Bluetooth Streaming

Stream music wirelessly via Bluetooth to enjoy room-filling sound. Connect up to 2 smart devices at the same time and take turns playing music

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IPX7 Waterproof

Use it at any place within the home without worrying, like by the kitchen sink

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Wireless Dual Sound

Wirelessly connect two Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 6 speakers for an elevated music listening experience

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Integrated Aluminum Handle

Integrated aluminum carrying handle for easy portability

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Connectivity Options

Not just bluetooth, but for wired connectivity from your mobile device use the Aux in Interface

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Harman Kardon's Onyx 4 high-end portable speaker is $100 after a $350 discount

If you need a portable Bluetooth speaker with a little more style that still delivers good sound, we’ve found the deal for you. Harman Kardon is selling its Onyx Studio 4 Bluetooth speaker for just $100Remove non-product link. That’s $350 off the MSRP of $450, and about what you’d spend to get a JBL Flip (also by Harman) or something similar.

We haven’t reviewed the Onyx Studio 4, but Harman Kardon's audio gear carries a sterling reputation. The Onyx 4 can connect to up to two smart devices over Bluetooth 4.2 at the same time to allow people to take turns selecting the music.

The battery supports up to 8 hours of playtime, and the speaker also supports HD Connect+. This feature allows more than 100 HK Connect+ speakers to work together at the same time.

The Onyx 4 also has built-in mics with noise and echo cancellation, and you can configure the speaker for use with Siri or Google Now via the HK Connect App on your phone.

The speaker has two 75mm woofters, and two 20mm tweeters built in. It’s a solid-looking speaker with a good amount of features at a fantastic discount. The Onyx 4 is available at the sale price in white, black, or blue.

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RS Recommends: This Sleek Harman Kardon Speaker Is 66% Off (But Only for a Week)

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If you’re still playing your music on your phone, we have some very good news for you: There are a ton of new, affordable Bluetooth speakers that will sound infinitely better and still let you take your tunes on-the-go this summer, just like your other portable devices. The bad news? It’s not always easy to know which ones are worth your cash.

Luckily, we found one of the best wireless speaker deals you should know about right now: Harman Kardon’s massively discounted its new Go + Play Speaker to just $154.99, a nearly 66% savings on a speaker that usually costs you almost $450. The sale on the Harman Kardon website makes the price even cheaper than Amazon (where the speaker is currently on sale for $266).


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Buy:Harman Kardon Go + Play Speakerat$154.99

One of the best-sounding portable speakers, the Go + Play packs four drivers and delivers “thunderous bass,” per Harman Kardon, meaning it’s not just a great speaker for blasting your playlists — it’s also a great loudspeaker for streaming summer blockbusters in your living room.

While its audio delivery is plenty powerful, that doesn’t change the fact that this speaker’s still actually portable, complete with a stainless steel handle that will remind you that the company called it the Go + Play for a reason.

The speaker connects wirelessly with Bluetooth 4.1, so you can stream your music and control it on your phone from anywhere around the house, including outside on your patio so you can listen to music while grilling.

According to the company, you can pair three different phones or tablets to play music for about eight hours overall, though that number might change depending on how loud you’re listening to your music. It only takes about three hours to recharge it to 100%. Aside from its crisp sound quality, the Go + Play makes a great addition to home offices, too, since it’s built with a few microphones that help ensure your conference calls run smoothly and sound clear.

While high-quality speakers under $200 are easier to come by these days, it’s rare to see a brand like Harman Kardon list its products, like the Go + Play, at such a steep discount. The catch: You only have a few days to get the speaker at the sale price.

Buy:Harman Kardon Go + Play Speakerat$154.99

Harman Kardon says that you’ll only have this week to score the speaker at the discounted rate. After June 13th, the Go + Play will go back up to its retail price at $449.95, so now’s your chance to take advantage of this limited-time deal and save yourself almost $295. Now, you just have to decide what you’ll buy with all that cash you saved. See full deal details here.

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Harman Kardon Neo Review: Punching well above its weight

Portable speakers may not be pumped out as regularly as truly wireless headphones/earbuds right now, but Harman Kardon have certainly made a strong case for the mini audio devices in 2020. With the Neo, the stalwart brand has presented something incredibly lightweight but packed it with enough punch to easily place it as your next go-to travel speaker.

Given the brand’s Citation range is sitting comfortably as one of the more popular home speakers this year, the Neo is in a good place to round out the range for 2020.


The Neo is simple and rather elegant, looking a bit nostalgic with its similarity to a discman (remember those?). The angular 251g body is made of a durable metal – finished with either blue, silver or bronze – and sports a trust IPX7 waterproof rating, reiterating the outdoor-friendliness so central to the design.

Obviously anyone constantly on the go, like hikers or cyclists, have been kept in mind when putting the speaker together. It features a strong loop at the top so users can easily attach the speaker to bag straps or belt loops quickly and without hassle. The loop allows for a wider and easier fit than the Bose SoundLink Micro, another strong portable, which instead uses a tear-resistant rubber strap with a tight clamp.

The speaker’s plastic bottom has a synthetic coating so both sides are quite durable.

On-board you’ve got the USB-C charging port and a 3.5mm jack for line-in, but Bluetooth should be the way most users connect. Unfortunately the outdated Bluetooth 4.2 signal isn’t the greatest, and doesn’t allow for as much distance as one would expect. You’d typically expect around 50m from Bluetooth 4.2, whereas the more up-to-date 5.0 would work with a range that’s easily four times that. As such, don’t venture too far from the Neo, especially when making calls.

Although given it’s design and purpose, it’s unlikely you’ll be needing much more than 50m of range from the Neo, especially when it’s tucked in close to your backpack or belt.

The physical buttons that sit on one side of the speaker consist of the essentials only – don’t expect any smart assistance from the Neo. You’ve got play/pause, Bluetooth pairing, and volume buttons, most with a noticeable click when you press them.


The Neo punches well above its weight with sound quality, reaching a nice and powerful volume which, while slightly muddy in the mids and highs, still sounds great with plenty of balance. At a more reasonable level, say 70-80 percent volume, you’d still get enough sound to easily fill a room, with a nice and wide soundstage driven mainly by the mids. The low-end is much stronger on the aforementioned Bose SoundLink Micro, but the Neo still does a great job at decoding nuanced and booming basslines from its source.

Vocal-driven music like that of Sam Cooke or Marvin Gaye tend to sound the best, while dense instrumentals suffer from weaker separation so I wouldn’t recommend this for styles like jazz.

The speakerphone function works well thanks the echo-cancelling mics which block out a decent amount of external noise. Again, I wouldn’t get too far from this thing when using it for conference calls, but as long as your close, anyone on the other end should be able to hear you clearly.


A promise 10 hours of battery life, but that measurement seems to be a function of mid-level volume at around 50-60 percent. Instead, I found that it’s reasonable to expect around 8 hours at full volume from the Neo, which is still decent enough to get you through a daily cycle. If taking this on a multi-day hike, though, you’d want a power bank to keep this topped up.

For recharging via the USB-C port, expect around three hours before this hits 100% from empty, which isn’t quite the fast-charging standard of bigger devices, but should be considered fast enough.

Verdict & Value

While the Bluetooth is outdated and weaker than you’d expect in 2020, and the battery isn’t quite the strongest around, the Neo still wins massive points thanks to its powerful volume and sleek, mature design. It looks much better hanging off a backpack than nearly any other portable speaker to date, which is a testament to simple aesthetics that value a slim look over something blocky (like most other portable speakers out there).

At A$169.95, the price tag and performance is well-balanced and offers enough value for those constantly on the move. You may be able to find similarly priced portable speakers that sound just as good, if not better, but you’re unlikely to find a look that matches up to the Neo.


Highlights: Gorgeous design; sturdy loop to attach to various surfaces; impressive volume for its size; reasonably well-balanced sound at mid-tier levels; great price point; echo-cancelling speakers for clearer calls.
Lowlights: Outdated Bluetooth technology; no smart features; disappointing battery life.
Manufacturer: Harman Kardon
Price: A$169.95
Available: Now

Review based on a unit supplied by Harman Kardon.

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Harman Kardon

South Korean division of Samsung electronic company

Harman Kardon (stylized as harman / kardon) is a division of US-based Harman International Industries, and manufactures home and car audio equipment.

Harman Kardon was originally founded in 1953 by business partners, Sidney Harman and Bernard Kardon.[1]


In the early 1950s, Sidney Harman was the general manager of the David Bogen Company, a manufacturer of public address systems at the time. Bernard Kardon was the chief engineer at Bogen. Due to management changes at Bogen in the early 1950s, both men resigned. With $5,000 investment each, Sidney Harman and Bernard Kardon founded the Harman Kardon Company in 1953.

In the 1950s Harman Kardon designed some of the first high fidelity audio products that lent to starting the high fidelity business. Integrated receivers (with a tuner, preamplifier and power amplifier) was an idea to introduce and provide high fidelity performance in a single unit. However, integrated high fidelity receivers were not new as, for example, Scott Radio Laboratories had manufactured such items in the late 1930s.[2] The company's first product was an FM tuner.

One year after its founding, in 1954, Harman Kardon introduced their compact size high fidelity receiver, the Festival D1000. The D1000 was one of the world's first AM/FM compact Hi-Fi receivers, and a forerunner to today's integrated receivers. This monaural unit was aimed to introduce non-technical consumers to high fidelity and combined many now-familiar features such as a tuner, component control unit and amplifier in a single chassis. The shape, form function and size of the D1000 was a forerunner of the modern integrated receiver. Early Harman Kardon Hi-Fi equipment can be identified by a distinctive design of a copper plated chassis with a copper and black color scheme for panels and enclosures.[3]

By 1956, Bernard Kardon decided to retire and sold his interest in the company to Sidney Harman. As the sole head of Harman Kardon, Harman continued to make the company a technical leader in Hi-Fi products. Sidney Harman would change the company's name to Harman International, but the receivers, tuners and amplifiers were still branded Harman Kardon. The products continue to be branded as Harman Kardon.[citation needed]

In 1958, Harman Kardon introduced one of the first stereo receivers, the Festival TA230, once again aimed at non-technical users with the intention of making high-fidelity stereo widely available. Stereo sound was achieved by using one channel from the AM band, and one channel from the FM band. This early form of stereophonic reception was called simulcast stereo. Early FM broadcast signals did not have the stereo carrier (pilot) signal that carried the stereo left and right channels. After the stereo signal standard was established, a stereo multiplex circuit connected to or built into the receiver was used to decode the stereo signal. The first true FM Multiplex Stereo Receiver was sold by H.H. Scott in 1961 with introduction of the Model 350 tuner.[3]

In 1959, Harman Kardon marketed the Citation II, an early ultra wideband stereophonic tube amplifier. It featured 60 watts/channel output with a frequency response of 18-60,000 Hz at 20 watt output.[4] The company promoted their philosophy of designing high fidelity sound using amplifiers that provided widest possible audio bandwidth. Although the human ear highest audible range is around 20,000 Hz, the full range of sound goes beyond that with harmonics and overtones that may be beyond the hearing range of the human ear. These harmonics interact with other frequencies to produce audible secondary sounds or interference.[3]

In 1969 Harman bought the major speaker manufacturer JBL. In 1970 Harman marketed the first stereophonic cassette recording deck with Dolby B noise reduction.[3]

In 1976, Harman supported Jimmy Carter's bid to become President of the United States. When Carter became President, he appointed Harman to be the Deputy Secretary of Commerce. As US law required appointees to have no direct business interests in day-to-day activities, Harman had to sell the company, and he sold the company to Beatrice Foods, a large conglomerate, for $100 million.[5]

1980 brought the introduction of the Citation XX high current amplifier, which provided quicker response to large signal transitions from the power amplifier to the speakers. The Citation XX amplifier was called "the world's best-sounding power amplifier" by the editors of The Audio Critic magazine.[6] The amplifier was designed by Finnish engineer Dr. Matti Otala [fi] who discovered transient intermodulation distortion (TIM) in 1970[7] and worked to mitigate its effects in the following years. The Citation XX was a project to get the best possible measurements of output signals, and the best perceived sound.[8] A record player with tangential pick-up arm Rabco was released in 1980, too.[9]

After the Carter presidency, Harman regained ownership of Harman International. In 1980 he purchased Harman International from Beatrice Foods for $55 million.[10] However, the receiver group was not included in the purchase because Beatrice Foods had previously sold the group to the Japanese company Shin-Shirasuna. The Harman Kardon receiver group was the heart of Harman International, and in 1985 Harman purchased the receiver group and returned the company to its pre-1976 form.

From 1999 to 2007, Harman Kardon worked to develop digital processing for audio products. In 1999 the company introduced the CDR-2 compact disc recorder, the first with 4X high speed dubbing. In 2000, Harman Kardon produced the AVR-7000 audio-video receiver, which was able to decode and process HDCD.

Harman retired in 2007 at the age of 88. At that time he hired technology executive Dinesh Paliwal to succeed him as CEO.

On March 11, 2017, Samsung Electronics announced the acquisition of Harman for a reported purchase price of $US8 billion.[11]

Other products[edit]

A Harman Kardon PC speaker


Main article: SoundSticks

Harman Kardon Soundsticks

The Harman Kardon iSub 2000 Subwoofer and SoundSticks were introduced at the July 2000 Macworld expo. Harman Kardon partnered with Apple to design and manufacture these products.[12]

Apple did the industrial design and mechanical engineering to have the product fit into the Apple product family. This product won an Industrial Design Excellence Awards gold award[13] and was featured on the cover of I.D. magazine. The SoundSticks II were a minor upgrade, with the addition of capacitive volume control buttons and a 3.5mm mini-jack input replacing the previous USB input. The SoundSticks III were a further update changing the styling slightly using black highlights and white lighting to match the new iMacs, instead of green and blue of the original SoundSticks and the SoundSticks II.[14] The Soundsticks Wireless introduced the capability to accept Bluetooth inputs. However, it retains the wires between the speakers.[15]

Car audio[edit]

Harman Kardon supplies or supplied audio equipment to several vehicle manufacturers including Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Land Rover,[16]Mercedes-Benz, MG Rover, Volvo, Buick, Kia, Ssangyong, MINI, Saab, Harley-Davidson, Chrysler, Alfa Romeo, Dodge, Jeep,[17]Ram, Daihatsu, Toyota, Honda, Jaguar, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru and Tata Motors.

Computer speakers[edit]

Harman Kardon has made desktop computer speakers. Harman Kardon has also made laptop speakers, which have been used in certain models of Toshiba, Acer notebooks, Asus laptops, AppleiMacs and Huawei's M5 tablets. A pair of Harman Kardon transparent spherical speakers, along with the Apple G4 Mac Cube for which they were designed and produced from 2000 to 2001, are housed in the permanent collection of New York's Museum of Modern Art.

Smart speakers[edit]

In 2017, Harman Kardon released a smart speaker, powered by the Microsoft Cortana virtual assistant, called Invoke. In August 2018, Harman Kardon announced the Citation 500, a US$700 smart speaker running the Google Assistant.[18]

Equipment photo gallery[edit]

  • Harman Kardon F50-XK Tube FM Stereo Multiplex Tuner

  • Harman Kardon F50-XK Tube FM Stereo Multiplex Tuner (top view)

  • Dolby S Tapedeck since 1990

  • Harman Kardon iSub Subwoofer (top view)

  • Harman Kardon Car Audio Speaker in a BMW

See also[edit]


  1. ^McFadden, R.D. Sidney Harman, Newsweek Chairman, Is Dead at 92., The New York Times, 13 April 2011.
  2. ^McMahon, Morgan E. (1987). Flick of the Switch. North Highlands, California: Vintage Radio. pp. 167–169. ISBN .
  3. ^ abcdKardon, Harman. "The History of Harman Kardon". Harman. Retrieved 2013-02-20.
  4. ^"Harman Kardon Citation II". Bassboy. Retrieved 2014-04-21.
  5. ^https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/business/1988/06/06/harman-profits-in-electronics-market-abroad/ff534aa1-ee5b-4c9b-b303-f19603e9bac2/
  6. ^The Audio Critic. ElectrocompanietArchived 2008-12-04 at the Wayback Machine
  7. ^Otala, M. "Transient distortion in transistorized audio power amplifiers", IEEE Xplore. Volume 18, Issue 3, September 1970, pp. 234–239.
  8. ^The birth of the Otala amplifierArchived 2009-04-26 at the Wayback Machine
  9. ^Popular Science 6/1980 bei Google Books (englisch), retrieved 2020-04-24.
  10. ^"Sidney Harman obituary". the Guardian. 2011-04-14. Retrieved 2021-05-11.
  11. ^"Samsung completes $8 billion Harman acquisition". Retrieved 26 September 2018.
  12. ^"Harman Kardon History". Archived from the original on 2015-02-27. Retrieved 2015-02-25.
  13. ^"iSub: Gold, Consumer Products". Industrial Designers Society of America. Archived from the original on 2003-12-07. Retrieved 6 December 2014.
  14. ^SoundSticks page Retrieved on 2011-08-11 Archived August 5, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
  15. ^SoundSticks pageReview: Harman Kardon SoundSticks Wireless at the Wayback Machine (archived April 4, 2016)
  16. ^Auto Express September 2006
  17. ^"Harman Kardon premium audio system". WK2 Jeeps.com. 27 July 2019.
  18. ^Fingas, Jon (27 August 2018). "Harman Kardon's Google Assistant speaker packs 200W of power". Engadget. Retrieved 27 August 2018.
  19. ^hifiengine.com 2020, Harman Kardon HD710, retrieved 27 Mai 2020

External links[edit]

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Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 4 Review - Best Speaker For The Price?

For over six decades now, Harman Kardon has been known for the manufacture of stylish portable Bluetooth speakers. The modern speakers come equipped with long-lasting battery life with an aesthetically pleasing design. To top it up, Harman Kardon speakers are portable and produce a high-quality sound so that you can enjoy your music anywhere.

The unique and simplistic design of the Harman Kardon wireless speakers makes it stand out from its peers. Unlike other premium speakers, they come in different shapes and colors to fit your décor. But have you ever wondered how you could reset your Harman Kardon Bluetooth speaker? If yes, worry no more, in this article, I will show you how to do it.

How Do I Reset My Harman Kardon Bluetooth Speaker?

So, how do I reset my Harman Kardon Bluetooth speaker? To reset, you press and hold the ‘Reset’ Button for five seconds. The ‘reset’ button will be located at different locations on your speaker, depending on your speaker mode.

The position of the reset button will vary from one model to the other. For example, for Citation one and Citation 100 models, the reset button is located at the bottom of the speaker. It is clearly labeled ‘reset.’ To reset, you press and hold the button for five seconds. The speaker will shut off afterward and come on again automatically.

For Citation 300 and 500 models, the reset button is situated right next to the power button and the service buttons. The reset process is the same. Simply long-press the ‘reset’ button for about five seconds. This will shut down the speaker and come back up again.

The Citation bar is another unique Bluetooth speaker from Harmon Kardon. For this model, the reset button is located on the touchscreen surface of the speaker. Here, to reset, you will press the reset button and go to factory reset. Then follow the usual procedure after that by pressing the reset button for five seconds. This will restart the soundbar, and all settings will be deleted.

Another unique model is the Citation Surround. You can easily reset this one by pressing the ‘reset’ button on the speaker’s back for five seconds. After that, the speaker restarts itself. Once it is on, you can go ahead and configure it with your preferred settings.

The Citation Sub, reset button is located next to the LED indicator on the backside. While for the Citation multibeam, it is found right next to the USB and AUX ports. To rest these two speakers, you simply press the ‘reset’ button for five seconds. Like the other models, this will restart the speaker, allowing you to pair your devices and enjoy your music.

Guide to reset your Harman Kardon Bluetooth Speakers

Every speaker brand has its unique design. Furthermore, the models within the same brand may have different designs and positioning of the reset button. But all these will eventually lead to the same action when pressed.

Follow these steps to reset your Harmon Kardon Bluetooth speaker (any model):

• First, make sure your speaker is turned on.

• Ensure that all devices that were initially paired to your speaker are unplugged. Delete the speaker from your iOS or Android settings by selecting your speaker model name on the Bluetooth list and clicking “Forget device.”

• To reset the speaker, press and hold the reset button for 5 seconds. For other models, you will have to press and hold the Bluetooth and power button simultaneously. Some will use a combination of the Bluetooth button and the volume up (+) button.

• This will restore factory settings for your Harman Kardon Bluetooth speaker and will be ready to pair with your device when it is turned back on.

Resetting Harman Kardon Bluetooth Speaker

These are the steps to reset most of the Harman Kardon Bluetooth speakers, e.g., ONYX Studio Wireless:

• First, confirm that the speaker is on. To do this, check the LED indicator.

• Next, hold power and volume buttons for 5 to 10 seconds.

• The speaker will beep briefly and then turn off.

• Some models will turn back on automatically, while some will require you to turn them back on manually.

• When you turn on the speaker, the LED light will blink, indicating that it is in pairing mode and that the speaker configuration has been set to default settings.

• Pair your device and enjoy your music.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Will resetting my Bluetooth speaker fix the problem it has?

A Bluetooth link or pairing can fail because of a hardware or software problem. Bluetooth connections can fail for a variety of reasons, but the majority of them are easily repairable. Yes, resetting your speaker allows your device to pair afresh, hence eliminating the issues that may cause it to fail to pair.

2. Will resetting my Harman Kardon speaker reduce its life?

No. This is a myth that has been going around for a while. The life of your speaker is affected by many other factors. How you take care of your device will determine how long it stays. But the battery life or physical status of your device is not in any way affected by the number of times your device is reset.

3. How can I reset my Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 2?

You can do this by pressing and holding the Bluetooth button for 3 to 5 seconds. Your speaker will restart, and the LED will start blinking to indicate that it is ready for pairing. At this time, you can check for the availability of the speaker on your device and pair.

4. How do I reset my HK Kardon Onyx Studio 4?

First, ensure that your device is on before resetting. Next, press and hold down the Bluetooth button with volume up (+) button. Do this until your speaker turns off. Switch it back. Your speaker will now be ready for pairing. Search for the speaker on your device’s list of available Bluetooth devices. Select the HK Onyx Studio 4 speaker and pair your device. You should now be able to enjoy your music.

5. How do you put a Harman Kardon speaker in pairing mode?

First, you turn your Bluetooth device on, e.g., iPhone, laptop, or tablet. Then turn your Harman Kardon speaker on using the right-side button. Push the left side of the speaker to turn on Bluetooth. Once the Bluetooth connection is visible, connect your device. Ensure your hone is in close range to your speaker. Physical or electronic obstruction will affect the quality of the Bluetooth connection. The LED on your speaker will blink when it is connected.

6. How do I know if my Harman Kardon Bluetooth speaker is charging?

First, you have to plug your speaker into the charger using the standard branded micro-USB cable. Switch on your speaker by pressing the power button. When it is on, the LED light will turn on. Once the charger is connected, the LED will start flashing until the battery is fully charged.

7. How do I reset my Harmon Kardon Citation 1?

Ensure that your speaker is on. Next, press the RESET button located at the bottom of your Citation 1 speaker for five seconds. This will restore the factory settings of your speaker. Once it has reset, your speaker will automatically power off and on again. Once it is on, your speaker will be ready for pairing. This will be indicated by the blinking LED in front of the speaker.

8. How can I reset a Harman Kardon mini?

Confirm that your HK mini speaker is on first before resetting. Next, press the volume up (+) button and the Play/Pause Button simultaneously for three – five seconds. When you see all the speaker LED lights are on, release the buttons. Allow the device some time to restart. The LED will start blinking, indicating that the speaker is ready for pairing. You can now connect it to your desired device.


Despite the unique premium design and sound quality, Harman Kardon’s Bluetooth speakers are more affordable than other brands. Whether you are looking for a simple portable speaker or a sophisticated home theatre system, Harman Kardon has got your back.

The consistency in the design of Harman Kardon Speakers makes it easy for you to locate specific features like the reset button. Knowing how to reset your speaker will come in handy, mainly when your speaker develops some problems or just wants to restore the factory settings.

Bluetooth speakers are becoming the most popular way to listen to music and have a good time. Bluetooth technology has dramatically helped to provide a stable and secure network technology for a wide variety of devices, including phones, laptops, tablets, and PCs. However, just like every technology has advantages and disadvantages, not every electronic device will work efficiently.

Even though almost all Harman Kardon Bluetooth speakers come with a detailed user manual, it can be very confusing at times. This article will help you know how to quickly reset your Harman Kardon Bluetooth speaker and pair it to your device.

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