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Harman Kardon SoundSticks II Plug and Play Multimedia Speaker System

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  • 20 Watts RMS subwoofer power output
  • Capacitance touch control buttons provide direct access to volume control
  • Stunning, original design with great sound
  • 3-piece plug and play multimedia speaker system
  • Features computer-optimized multi-band parametric equalization
  • 3-piece plug and play multimedia speaker system
  • Stunning, original design with great sound
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Dimensions 11.25 inches x 16 inches x 12 inches 12.25 inches x 17.31 inches x 11.87 inches 12.3 inches x 3.5 inches x 3.46 inches 0.57 inches x 0.42 inches x 0.85 inches
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Technical Details

  • Model Name: Harman/kardon SoundSticks
  • Model: SoundSticks II
  • Connectivity Technology: wired
  • Color Name: Clear
  • Hardware Platform: PC
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 12 x 11.2 inches ; 1.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0001DBEM4
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: SoundSticks II
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (688 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 22, 2003

Product Description

Product Description

The mini stereo jack connection allows you to enjoy awesome audio from a variety of devices such as digital music players, computers (all platforms), stereos and portable listening devices.

From the Manufacturer

Harman Kardon's SoundSticks II three-piece speaker system produces high-quality stereo sound for Music, MP3s, movies and gaming experiences.

The SoundSticks II system encourages you to step out of the ordinary speaker world and offers sound in an original and unique package. The system, described as curvy, sleek and sexy, delivers sound that is loud and clear.

SoundSticks II employs a new computer-optimized multi-band parametric equalization and Harman’s unique "capacitance touch" control buttons on the right satellite allow for direct access to volume control.

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Customer Reviews

The bass is crisp and clean and the mid and high end are clear.
Justin Kim
I love House music, Techno, Hip-Hop, etc. songs with lots of bass and that I like to play loudly.
I am very satisfied with these speakers - the sound is very good and they look great.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

468 of 485 people found the following review helpful By J.SC on June 25, 2004
These speakers give much better sound than my old pair of speakers. They also look much better than just about any multimedia speaker out there. Of course, they cost more too. If you are looking for a good sounding, sharp designed set of speakers and can afford the $150-$200 price, get these. If these cost too much, but you still want something unique looking, try the JBL Creature II speaker set. It ranges $60 - $100.
A few things you cannot tell from the product description:
> These speakers (Soundstick II) are compatible with PCs. The original Soundsticks were only for Apples.
> The casing, though plastic, is very solid. I can't tell how scratch resistant it is though. I have not tried to scratch them yet...
> The subwoofer has a bass adjust knob.
> One of the satellite speakers has a touch volume control.
> The system does not have an on/off button. It designed to stay on all the time.
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248 of 263 people found the following review helpful By L. Sion on January 1, 2005
I set up my Soundstick in my bed room.. not with the computer, but with my iPod, I tried them with my iPod at various stores before I bought them. they sound much better than the JBL Creature 2, so if you are choosing between the two, you don't have to, go buy the Soundstick 2.

they are strongly built, very soild, they sound a little stiff brand new, but, you know, that's normal for audio speakers, especially the sub. I run them at low volume for few hours and they start singing right there, I put the satellites on the table top, about 2 feet from each other, and the sub under the table, have a lot of definition and "width" from the two tiny, and with the bass boost twist at the back of the sub, you'll be amazed how easy the balanced tone can be adjusted, and they sound very soild even in very low volume,

I tried pop stuff like Michelle Branch, Clay Aiken, sound very clean, and have a very good definition, jazz greats like Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, every instruments sound so distinct, and bands like Maroon 5, My Chemical Romance(it's esp good on trying stereophonic), Story of the Year, or even bit heavier Blink, or the D'n'B 4Hero, the Soundstick 2 still provide very good spectrum of different freq inside small area like my bedroom, thing like bassline and bass drum are audible and solid, yet highs like hihat and cymbal are clean but not ping, the overall performance is excellent, considering the price and size of the unit.
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83 of 87 people found the following review helpful By HK on January 28, 2005
I have been looking for a decent pair of speakers for my computer for almost a year. After going through many user reviews, as well as actually listening to some of them, I have to say the Soundsticks are one of the best computer speaker sets out there. You will be surprised that plastic speakers can sound this great! I have had the Soundsticks speaker for close to a month already. As with many others, I am very pleased with my purchase.

I primarily use Soundsticks to listen to classical music, which I believe is very demanding towards speakers. Due to the very dynamic nature of classical music, speakers need to perform well all the way from the highs to the lows in order to give a reasonable interpretation to the music. Because a lot of the speakers on the market now are geared towards the R&B / Rockn'Roll / Rap crowd, many of them only have some bass to shake the floor. Their inadequacy in reproducing the intricate details in classical music is indeed painfully obvious.

On the contrary, Soundsticks give a balanced performance across the spectrum, providing classical music fans the perfect solution to computer music. The highs are sweet and clear. If you try to play the "Voice of an Angel" album from Charlotte Church on Soundsticks, you will see what I mean. Midrange is a little bit on the tight side, probably because the tweezers aren't equipped very well to handle that. Nevertheless, Soundsticks still show considerable warmth and refinement. Bass is solid with good definition. The subwoofer won't shake the floor like other systems. What Soundsticks give you is quality bass, not quantity. Overall, the sound is very spacious and rich. You can try the Tchaikovsky piano concerto no. 1 on Soundsticks.
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178 of 195 people found the following review helpful By Bruno A on June 22, 2006
To begin, I mean in no way for this review to be negative, simply take it for face value and understand that there are many other satisfied people. I am somewhat of an audiophile and have invested good sums of money in quality musical and audio equiptment. During the time of my purchase I was in the market for a small set of studio monitors because they provide very clear and defined sound, the problem is that for me to have the setup I wanted it would cost about 1000$ (too much money). This situation brought me to understand my price bracket which was about 200$. Being an Apple user (powerbook G4) I saw these speakers on their website and began to do some research on the speakers in comparison to the Klipsch 2.1 and other 5.1 models. Side by side with the soundsticks and the Klipsch 2.1, I was drawn to the soundsticks because of their compact size. At the store it was hard for me to get a good idea of what the sound was like because the subwoofer was elevated on the same plane as the satellites, causing the overall sound to be much differant than what it would be in your home. In the end I ended up purchasing the soundsticks for 170$, because they had a defined sound and I liked the size. Bringing them home I was amazed with the almost effortless setup with these speakers. After plugging them in I was slightly taken back with the sharp treble response of the satellites and the lack of thump provided by the woofer. After about 15 minutes of playing with the EQ on my computer and the bass knob I found the best setting I could ( a flat mid/treble range with a rounded bass). However, I just could'nt seem to get the sound out of them that I wanted to. I think this is because the satellites only have four 1' speakers and cannot provide ample diaphram movement for a solid mid range.Read more ›
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