Harman Kardon HKS-6
Released January, 2007
The Pros:80W is strong enough for most consumers (room size and volume). Affordable. Magnetically shielded.
The Cons:Small drivers have a low cutoff of 110dB.
The Harmon Kardon HKS-6 is a pair of 2-way surround channel speakers from Harman Kardon's HKTS Series. The speakers are meant to be used along with any 5.1 channel speaker system, such as Harman Kardon's HKTS-15, to upgrade the system to 7.1 channel surround.
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The speakers feature a 3" midrange driver, a 1/2" dome tweeter, and are capable of producing up to 80 watts of power. They are magnetically shielded allowing them to be placed near video monitors. The HKS-6 come with colour-coded speaker cables for easy installation of the speakers in the rear surround speaker positions as well as wall-mount brackets and leatherette coasters. Compared to Harman Kardon's HKS-9, the speakers have a smaller frequency range, lower power output and only a single midrange driver as opposed to the dual midrange drivers of the HKS-9. The speakers are also about 3" shorter than the HKS-9, at approximately 6.5" tall.
- 2-way surround channel speakers
- Up to 80 watts power
- Impedance: 8 ohms
- Sensitivity: 86 dB
- Frequency Response: 110Hz - 20 kHz
- 3" video-shielded midrange driver
- 1/2" video-shielded dome tweeter
- Come with colour-coded speaker cables
- Come with wall-mount brackets and leatherette coasters
- 6-9/16" tall
User Reviews (1)
80W is strong enough for most consumers (room size and volume)
small drivers have a low cutoff of 110dB
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