HI-FI SHOW: Nearly 70 Years of Research Leads to Harman Kardon’s Show Demonstration
In 1953, Dr Sidney Harman and Bernard Kardon founded the now iconic and globally renowned brand, Harman Kardon. Their shared passion for music and the arts formed the base for an entirely new industry: high-fidelity audio.
With a legacy of developing premium-quality products known for their unmatched sonic performance, ease of use and elegant industrial design, Harman Kardon has led the way in many significant audio innovations ever since. Many of the company's audio technologies have become standards in the audio industry that we enjoy today.
Harman Kardon's mission today remains unchanged: to harness the power of technology so that people can better explore and enjoy their passion for music and entertainment.
Its Citation Series, for example, is a line-up of high-performance products designed to help consumers do just that. It provides all the benefits of today's most advanced digital technologies, allowing them to experience the exhilaration of music and enjoy thrilling home cinema and home entertainment with products that look good and sound even better.
Room 2200 at this year's StereoNET Hi-FI Show will demonstrate the full Harman Kardon Citation range, including the new Multibeam 1100 Atmos Soundbar and Citation Towers with integrated components subwoofer, down to the portable Citation 200, which can be used indoors and out.
Come and experience beautiful sound with this multi-room system that can be configured in various ways to suit your home size and tastes.
Exclusive to the StereoNET Hi-FI Show, the Harman Kardon room will also feature the Radiance Speakers, yet to be released in Australia and on display for the very first time. We haven't heard them yet, but we've been told, “all we can say is - hearing is believing”.
The StereoNET Hi-Fi & AV Show is being held at the Pullman Mercure Hotel, Queens Road, Albert Park VIC, from June 3rd-5th, 2022. Tickets are on sale now.
StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.