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Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 4 Portable Bluetooth Speaker (Blue or White) EXPIRED

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Harman Kardon has the Onyx Studio 4 Portable Bluetooth Speaker (Blue or White) on sale for $99.95. Shipping is free.

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Multiple Color" Black, Blue and White

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Wasn't this $69 last week?
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Return that shit
lol. I feel like he was joking.
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#33
Do I need to get two for true stereo?
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Wow... still available??? People may have not been biting as the 6 is available for 149
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Poor sound balance. Great bass & poor battery durability for the long term🙁
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Damn. Just paid $450 last week.
Lmao $450 is such bs
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Tell Amazon to price match!
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#38
Is this really $450 msrp?
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Circuit city is still around?
Right? I had no idea until a deal was posted for Circuit City clearance items a year or two ago. I remember looking into it at the time and, if I remember correctly, that Circuit City sold it's licencing rights off to another company and they can operate the website under the Circuit City name.
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Have a google home max and the newer nest audio ($100)... They honestly sound identical at low/medium volume which is what I use 99% of the time. It's rare that I crank up the volume to where the max makes a difference
Wow. That's pretty surprising to hear. I would have thought there would be a huge difference. I guess that is either really good on the Nest Audio or really bad on the Home Max. Thanks for the insight
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I've honestly wondered if I should have gone with the Google Home Max. Because I use Google Assistant everything, I have Chromecast audio and Chromecast enabled speakers everywhere in my home. To get ahold of another Google Chromecast audio to use on my Onyx Studio 4, will cost me another $50 on eBay. At that point, I've spent the same that I would on the Google Home Max. I don't plan to move the Onyx around often at all but I think I settled on this form factor purely for the option to be able to. If you are looking for a purely stationary speaker with the best sound possible AND the added benefit of having Google Assistant integration, I think you have definitely made the right decision
Just get a google home mini and connect it full time to the onyx via Bluetooth
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I like Harmon Kardon quality and brand but I'm going to pass. I like how the next version up (onyx 5) has 3.5 audio input. And nowadays I prefer if there was some visual indicator that the microphone is on.
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Does this ever sell for $450? Does it regularly go on sale for $100?
I got some over a year ago for $150 or so. Hasn't seemingly been worth $450 in years
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#44
Second the question regarding how this sounds compared to JBL Charge 2? Can two of these be paired for surround sound??
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Just get a google home mini and connect it full time to the onyx via Bluetooth
That would be my solution except Google has broken the ability to make that work when you play music over speaker groups. It used to work flawlessly. Now, if you try to play music in a group of speakers, all the speakers will play the music except for the Mini that is connected to the Bluetooth speaker and the Bluetooth speaker itself which defeats the point of having them as a part of the group. If you get close to the Bluetooth speaker, all you can hear is a clicking noise but no music. I've tried this process with multiple Bluetooth speakers as well as using a Google Home Mini, Google Nest Mini, and Google Nest Hub. None of the combinations worked. It is a known issue and I found posts of others that had reported it to Google back when it happened but I think it has almost been a year without any fix.

If I were only going to use this as a single speaker, that would work fine but I prefer to leave all of my home speakers combined in different groups since I have multiple speakers in each room.

The closest solution I have found to this problem is a workaround using a Google Chromecast (I had one laying around that we didn't use), a $10 HDMI to VGA converter: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00VTJV...UTF8&psc=1
and a $5 female to female HDMI adapter.
The converter has a 3.5mm audio out that can be used to connect the Chromecast directly to the speaker via the auxiliary port. Since Chromecasts can be added to speaker groups through the Google Home app, it essentially turns it into a Chromecast Audio.

While it is an effective solution, I've noticed that the Chromecast gets pretty hot. Maybe this is normal as my Chromecast Audio can get pretty warm too, I just don't know. It was just got enough that I decided to unplug it altogether.

Long story short, Google screwed up when they discontinued the Chromecast Audio. Google screwed up again when they broke their smart speaker's ability to cast music via Bluetooth to an external speaker when using speaker groups and not fixing it. I screwed up when I didn't order a bunch of Chromecast Audios when they were clearanced out for $10 each. Amazon made a great move when they made their own version of a Chromecast Audio. And here I am...
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