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You want a deal? Well, we’ve got great one for you. Feast your bargain-hungry peepers on these Harman/Kardon Soho Wireless headphones, which are currently selling for $99,95 – a full $150 off their list price. In other words, they currently have 60 percent off. Spicy.
So, what are the Harman/Kardon Soho Wireless headphones? Basically, they’re a pair of on-ear headphones that can stream music via Bluetooth. That means no more pesky wires getting in your way as you navigate the world.
But what if you really love the wire? Don’t worry, the Harman/Kardon Soho Wireless also have an option to plug directly into a headphone jack. This also means you’ll still be able to listen to music if the battery on the headphones die.
Another big selling point of the Harman/Kardon Soho Wireless headphones is the design. These things are gorgeous. They have a retro-futuristic aesthetic that comes from the combination of steel and leather. Hell, just check out this video that Harman/Kardon made about them:
Fancy and delicious, right?
On the topic of design, the Soho Wireless headphones also fold-up into a neat, flat little package for easy transport. They even come with a glamorous carrying case.
Sound-wise, the Harman/Kardon Soho Wireless have picked up good reviews across the internet. While I’ve never used the Soho Wireless specifically, I’ve been impressed with the audio quality of other Harman/Kardon headphones, and would expect the same performance here.
Anyway, if you’re on the hunt for a new pair of stylish headphones, have a gander at the Harman/Kardon Soho Wireless. A premium pair of headphones from the company for under $100 is one hell of a deal. Happy listening!
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Published April 29, 2019 — 11:44 UTC