Harman Kardon HKS-9
Released January, 2007
The Pros:Smooth curved design is attractive and sleek looking. Included color-coded cables make it easy to set up. Enough power output for most rooms in the home.
The Cons:Bass support is fairly weak, needs a separate subwoofer to compliment it.
The Harman Kardon HKS-9 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-18, to upgrade the system to 7.1 channel surround.
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The speakers feature dual 3" midrange drivers, a 3/4" dome tweeter, and are capable of producing up to 120 watts of power. They are magnetically shielded allowing them to be placed near video monitors. The HKS-9 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. The speakers are more advanced than Harman Kardon's HKS-6 since they have a wider frequency range, higher power output and dual midrange drivers as opposed to the single midrange driver of the HKS-6. The speakers are also about 3" taller than the HKS-6, at approximately 9.5" tall.
- 2-way surround channel speakers
- Up to 120 watts power
- Impedance: 8 ohms
- Sensitivity: 86 dB
- Frequency Response: 105Hz - 20 kHz
- 2x 3" video-shielded midrange driver
- 3/4" video-shielded dome tweeter
- Come with colour-coded speaker cables
- Come with wall-mount brackets and leatherette coasters
- 9-9/16" tall
User Reviews (1)
smooth curved design is attractive and sleek looking
included color-coded cables make it easy to set up
enough power output for most rooms in the home
mid-range is well rendered, very rich and warm sound
fairly compact design for the amount of power output
comes with plates to cover the wire connections, no exposed wires when finished
bass support is fairly weak, needs a separate subwoofer to compliment it
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