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Harman Kardon SoundBar 16 connects directly to TVs, consoles; $599.99

Harman has expanded its audio accessory offerings with the new Harman Kardon SoundBar 16, which promises traditional stereo playback and 3D surround sound processing with all the wires out of sight.
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Harman has expanded its audio accessory offerings with the new Harman Kardon SoundBar 16, which promises traditional stereo playback and 3D surround sound processing with all the wires out of sight.

The 2.1-channel SB 16 is hosts two-way left and right speaker channels, with each sporting dual 3-inch mid-range drivers and a 3/4-inch dome tweeter. The soundbar itself can connect directly to HDTVs, DVD players or gaming consoles via optical digital, coaxial digital and analog input connections.

The only other part of the package is the wireless subwoofer, which hosts a 10-inch driver and takes up 100 watts of power.

Getting a PR push ahead of the Super Bowl on February 6 for those who want some high-quality (and high-end) sound, the Harman Kardon SB 16 is available now for $599.99.

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