Summary: In the end, Harman Kardon righted the wrongs of the first gen Soho with the Soho Wireless. The overall package has gotten a significant boost overall in sound, improved comfort, and features. The Soho Wireless retails for $249.95 and is available now.
Pros: Lux design that features leather and chrome finishes. Attractive design for both men and women. Significant improvements on comfort. Neat touch controls.
Cons: Could be pricey for some. Touch controls is a little cumbersome at first. There is some sound leakage at high volumes.
Harman Kardon SoHo Wireless Headphones Review: Are They So Ho(t)?
26 January 2015
Conclusion: Score: x/10** They bring the trills and drops that I’ve come to expect from a great Monstercat song, to the high pitches of any great female singer. The SoHo Wireless headphones are clever, well designed, and always make music great to listen to.
Pros: Audibly pleasurable, Build quality is stellar, Portable and easy to use, with multiple connections
Cons: Headband and extensions might be too small for a few heads
Summary: The Harman Kardon Soho headphones certainly have a distinctive look, but unless you’re especially taken with the square shape, they’re not worth the price. They’re not especially functional, and they’re far too fiddly to actually be portable - you’re better off with a pair of in-ears on the go...
Harman Kardon Soho On-Ear Mini Headphones – Refined and Portable Performers
29 January 2014
Excerpt: Dan likes to tease me that when we’re together working, he never sees me wearing headphones; he says he just doesn’t see me as the type person to wear them. Well Dan, I may use them differently than you do, but I most definitely do wear headphones.
Pros: : Compact size; lovely to look at; not too weighty; they don’t hurt my ears (I can wear them all day); excellent sound; while they do block out some background noise, they don’t completely isolate me when wearing them; perfect for travel
Cons: : The cable is not tangle-free; may be too tight for those with larger heads
Harman Kardon Soho Headphones Offers Sophisticated Design in a Small Package: Review
14 December 2013
Summary: The Harman Kardon Soho headphones offer a sleek and sophisticated look that is perfect for that guy or gal on the go who doesn’t want an imposing pair of headphones on their ears. It’s small design will appeal to those that are tired of the clunky huge headphones, and they really do seem a bit more...
Pros: Solid build quality. Comfortable. Perfect for those looking for smaller headphones to grab and go.
Cons: Sound experience could be richer and more balanced. Those with larger heads, might want to steer clear of these and look at other
Summary: The basics We all know Harman Kardon does top notch high fidelity - but it’s usually for a high price. The Harman Kardon Soho headphones aim to change that up however, bringing in great sound quality at an (almost affordable) £150 pricepoint - and portability to boot courtesy of a clever folding...
Pros: For a relatively frail pair of over-ears, the Harman Kardon Soho pack quite a punch with a 16Hz-20kHz frequency response. Mids sounds warm and encompassing, but it’s the bass especially that impresses, with hefty, crisp reproduction of the lows (Do be aware though that this makes them much better...
Cons: Harman Kardon is known for its design chops, but we’re not convinced about the Soho’s aesthetics, not by a long shot. The straight lines, felt and pastel colours all combine to create a 70s vibe - these look like something you’d see on the coffee table of a Danish shipping magnate’s hillside conc...
Обзор и тесты Harman/Kardon Soho. Пафосная гарнитура из металла и кожи
28 July 2014
Summary: , хотелось бы найти оправдание высокой стоимости. Казалось бы, все на поверхности - хорошо сбалансированный звук, качественные материалы в конструкции и хорошая комплектация. Но не обошлось и без минусов: у этой модели фактически отсутствует звукоизоляция, прослушивание музыки в метро или на улице...