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Harman Kardon GO+PLAY

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Overall 6

Harman Kardon Go + Play Micro

19 April 2014
  • Summary: Harman Kardon resurrects its premium boom box, but skimps on some of the features and sonic details that made the original so exceptional.
  • Cons: No built-in radio, underpowered speakers, and a high price hold the Go + Play Micro back from greatness.
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Overall 6

Harman/Kardon Go + Play Wireless Bluetooth…

31 July 2013
  • Excerpt: Viewed though the lens of history, the Go + Play series was Harman’s ultimate expression of style over practicality. Described in our 2007 review as resembling “an oversized women’s hobo bag,” with “a vaguely alien design that, like some JBL speakers, may not appeal to all users,” Go + Play measured 20” wide by 9.5” tall and 9” deep, packing four speaker drivers and a compartment for eight D-cell batteries.
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Overall 7

Review: Harman Kardon Go + Play: Form hampers function

2 June 2007
  • Conclusion: Harman Kardon designed a great sounding, great-looking portable speaker system with the Go + Play, but unfortunately the form hampers function. For a speaker designed specifically for the iPod (and the video iPod at that) it is a shame that accessing the controls and watching video is so difficult.
  • Pros: Sounds great, doesn’t distort at loud volumes, can be battery powered, portable
  • Cons: Handle placement makes navigating iPod difficult, cannot watch iPod video directly from the unit, cannot navigate iPod with remote
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Overall 9

High-end iPod dock with brilliant audio

Good Gear Guide.au
26 May 2011
  • Summary: Harmon Kardon's Go + Play is a brilliant high-end iPod dock. Its audio is well balanced and almost flawless. The design has one niggling issue, but the large, sturdy handle certainly adds to the unit's portability
  • Pros: Great bass, detailed mid-range, rich sound, powerful remote, handle makes for great portability
  • Cons: Dock placement is poor, slightly rolled-off low treble notes, no bass or treble controls
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Overall 8

Harman Kardon Go + Play

PC Authority
29 April 2011
  • Summary: A superior portable solution, with bass that can be heard across a Glastonbury field
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Overall 8

Harman-Kardon Go+Play Wireless

What Hi-Fi?
11 March 2011
  • Summary: If it’s big bass and an easy-to-live-with sound you’re after, this is a great Bluetooth speaker.
  • Pros: Detailed, agile treble and midrange, Huge power, Lovely design, Charges via USB
  • Cons: Bass overwhelms a little, Will not play via USB connection
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Overall 8

Expert Review

PC Advisor
11 April 2010
  • Excerpt: (If it looks familiar, that’s because the Harman Kardon Go + Play Micro is the smaller sibling of the company’s 2006 Go + Play system) The unit’s sleek lines, minimal buttons, and black plastic with metal accents all contribute to its modernness, but the form factor feels delightfully reminiscent of the portable boomboxes of yesteryear.
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Overall 8

Harman Kardon Go + Play review

15 January 2009
  • Summary: Ever wondered what a 21st century ghetto-blaster would look like? Harman Kardon's Go + Play could certainly fill the role – it's just the right dimensions, has a big steel carrying handle for hoisting it up on to your shoulder and eats expensive batteries. Of course, where you would once have found a cassette deck, the HK has a dock suitable for most iPods, including the Nano and 5G iPod.
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Overall 4
Design 8
Features 10
Performance 10
Sound quality 8

Harman Kardon Go + Play

19 November 2008
  • Summary: This is the only product I have so far received from my visit to CEDIA in June this year. Of course some promises always fail to materialise but this year is worse than normal. However this product took my eye as I walked past their stand.
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Overall 6
Value for money 4
Overall quality 6

Så forskellige er trådløse anlæg

7 October 2013
  • Excerpt: Så det at vælge lyd med streaming har aldrig været lettere eller sværere, alt efter øjnene der ser. Det trådløse princip byder også på hele viften af muligheder. Her er anlæg, der benytter det trådløse net (WiFi). Nogle af dem gør det via Apples fine Airplay. Og her er anlæg, som benytter den kortrækkende, trådløse standard Bluetooth.
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