Speakers or headphones? That’s the question that music and home entertainment lovers always have to answer to. Computer geeks also have to decide if to go for something compact – see this Astro A50 review, or for something more powerful and bigger.
If you’re an art lover on a lookout for a speaker system that can fit in your artistically designed home / office then you’re reading the perfect post. Harman Kardon today introduced its newest speaker system — the GLA-55. Targeted towards art loving computer geeks, the GLA-55 speaker system is one of the coolest speaker system I’ve ever seen. The two-piece high-end speaker system is designed for use with computers, MP3 players and home entertainment systems, and boast of incredibly beautiful design. From the facets of the bass reflex enclosure and custom copper tubing, to the powerful bass of its Atlas woofers and crystal-clear highs of the CMMD tweeters, the GLA-55 is an expert in both beauty and sound.
The system delivers with a powerfully tuned digital audio path; the clean and compact digital amplification coupled with DSP (digital signal processing) equalization efficiently provides the systems transducers with cool-running power.
For added bass response, the subwoofer output allows connection to most standalone subwoofer systems. Touch-sensitive volume controls provides an easy user experience; touch both volume controls simultaneously to mute the audio output and touch again to un-mute. From the chrome base to the fully visible audio engine and port, the clear diamond like design leaves no detail unrefined.
The Harman Kardon GLA-55 is now available for $999.99.