Sprint is bring premium audio to mobile devices this year and the harman/kardon ONYX STUDIO is one of the first to be announced in premium music offerings from Sprint. Sprint Newsroom first shared this information earlier this week and our Sprint's harman/kardonProduct Ambassador team received theirs this week to provide additional information on this premium speaker. Our team will be writing up a series of blogs about this premium Bluetooth speaker throught March.
My harman/kardon ONYX STUDIO came in Wednesday evening and the first thing I wanted to do was open it up. I restrained myself as I wanted to provide a video for everyone to see what comes in the box and how it is package so I waited till Thursday. Once in my office, I removed the wrapping over the box and tape to make it easier for me to open it...... no more stalling here is the video....
harman/kardon has made some great products and are very well built producing premium sound. A lot of thought went into the design of ONYX STUDIO series for Sprint. The bezel around the speaker housing where the power, Bluetooth and volume controls have a rubber coating with a handy grip on the back for picking up the speaker. On the back of the speaker there is a USB port and power outlet for plugging it in for charging..... more on this in my next blog.
Check back next week, I will post another video on how easy it is to pair the harman/kardon ONYX STUDIO with my phone along with some more information.
harman/kardon ONYX STUDIOis available now for$399.99 (excluding taxes) exclusively in Sprint stores, Web Sales (www.sprint.com) and Telesales (1-800-SPRINT1).
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