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Harman Kardon Outs New Fly Line Of Headphones

Harman Kardon has goodies for your ears

Harman Kardon is finally making headphones again, back from a six-year hiatus. The brand is making a splash in CES with three new products, headlined by its new Fly TWS (true wireless stereo) earbuds.

The Fly TWS promises to deliver awesome wireless audio for hours – 5 hours, by their estimation, which can be further stretched to 15 hours total with the carrying case. The Fly TWS won’t break the bank and is priced at 150$.

Their Fly BT is for people who don’t like the idea of having earbuds not connected by cords. This behind-the-neck earphone has longer stamina of 8 hours on a single charge, sweat resistance and voice assistant support. It’s 50 bucks cheaper, coming in at just $100.

Audio junkies that just want to block the world out can settle for the Fly ANC, which are over-the-ear headphones with 40mm drivers that have been “optimized for travel”. The headphones have both touch control and voice assistant support and has a 20-hour battery life with ANC on, enough for most long-haul flights. This pair is a little pricier though at $250.

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

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