As we all know, Bluetooth headphones doesn't always deliver a full packaged sound of a wired headphone. The Harman Kardon Soho Wireless (On Ear) is an exemption to that, it has a decent overall sound across the spectrum and you can actually hear the sub-bass rumble in the parts of the song in need of it. Fortunately, we were able to try the prototype model of the sleek, impressive and low profile looking Soho Wireless.

Harman Kardon Soho Wireless Experience, One Of The Few Great Sounding Bluetooth Cans In The Market.
Harman Kardon Soho Wireless
From what I've heard last time at the JBL Sound Gallery in Bonifacio High Street, the Soho 2 is not just about that sub-bass. It is a relatively balanced / neutral sounding can. The mids were clear enough, the voices is actually good in both the male and female voices and there's a minimal bass bleed. The highs are also present and gives just enough sparkle especially when I played the live album of Guns and Roses. The great thing from it is the highs were not fatiguing and has a great soundstage for a 30mm driver headphones!

Specifications

  • Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Impedance: 32 ohms
  • Max input power: 30 mW
  • Sensitivity: 100 dB @ 1 kHz / 1 mW
  • Bluetooth
  • NFC
  • aptX and AAC coding

As of the moment...

From what I've heard and experience this could be the best TRUE (Others may be too bulky) portable Bluetooth headphone available in the market today. Plus it has a lot of cool gesture controls where-in you can just swipe forward to skip the next track, swipe back for the previous song, tap for pause, play and answer calls. In case this headphone ran out of juice, you can always use the detachable cable to keep your music playing.

According to the people behind Harman Kardon, this impressive can will retail in the Philippines soil in the third week of February for a tempting price of PHP 12,000.00 only.
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