JBL and Harman Kardon are some of the names that are synonymous with quality audio these days. In Singapore, you’ll no doubt see these speakers doing all the legwork at your family gatherings, picnics, as well as on the road on certain… vehicles (though the latter may not be remembered fondly by many).
Jokes aside, the folks at JBL and Harman Kardon have been hard at work to bring even more quality audio to you, regardless of your preferred setting.
Leading the line in their slew of new releases is the JBL Link Bar. This one-piece soundbar packs all the punch that JBL can offer in a single, sleek unit. Whether you’re in the living room watching movies or playing games in your room, the Link Bar packs enough punch to add some serious immersion to your user experience.
Continuing JBL’s collaboration with Google, the Link Bar transforms any TV into a smart TV coupled with that impressive aural experience provided by JBL. With it, you can access content with Android TV as well as Google Assistant, making your user experience a relatively smooth-sailing one.
The JBL Link Bar will be available at end November 2019 at all leading retailers in Singapore, and will retail at S$499.
JBL’s other offering is the new JBL PartyBox 100. The latest addition to the PartyBox series, the PartyBox 100 is the smallest among its kin. But it doesn’t mean it doesn’t pack any less punch, with up to 12 hours of playtime to keep you going all night long.
And as with the rest of the PartyBox entries, the PartyBox 100 comes with a series of RGB LED light patterns that you can choose from to fill the ambience in your room. Or you could just let it run the show on its own, changing light in tune with the music playing.
The JBL PartyBox 100 is now available at all leading retailers in Singapore, and will retail at S$499.
Last but not least is the Harman Kardon Citation Series, an ecosystem of home speaker systems that perform well on their own or as one whole.
The Citation speakers all come with an elegantly understated look, so they don’t stand out more than the crisp, clear sound that comes out of them. While you can most certainly use them individually, their main draw is how well they perform collectively.
You can use them in a multi-room setup, if you like to fill your entire crib with music. You can also focus all their combined power in a powerful 5.1-channel surround sound system in one location, if you want cinema-level sound for, say, your room when you play games like Death Stranding in the living room.
The Harman Kardon Citation Series is now available at all leading retailers in Singapore, and will retail from S$369.
In addition, all these offerings are available at the new JBL Sound Gallery @ T-Space in Singapore.
Here are the details of the new place:
Venue: 1 Tampines North Drive 1, #06-33, Singapore 528559
Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday, 11am – 7pm
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