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Harman-Kardon SOHO

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the size and portability. The bass quality and sound are also appreciated. Some have doubts about the noise isolation and value for money, while comments are divided on the comfort.

design, sound, bass quality, portability, size

value for money, noise isolation

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Harman-Kardon SOHO is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 16 reviews)

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Features

Design
 
Sound
 
Bass quality
 
Value for money
 
Portability
 
Comfort
 
Reliability
 
Size
 
Mids quality
 
Noise isolation
 

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Harman Kardon Soho

 

On-ear headphones that are all about looking good

Sleek, stylish design ; Comfortable ear cushions ; Folding design

Slightly tight fit ; Lacks clarity ; Poor noise isolation

The Harmon Kardon Soho are a pair of compact, good-looking headphones that lack the sophisticated sound quality to justify the price.

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Harman Kardon Soho headphones

 

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...

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...

Expert review by:

Harman Kardon Soho headphones

 

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...

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...

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...

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...

Product Specifications

Configuration

Active Noise Cancellation: No
DECT: No
Display: No
Dolby PL / AC3: No
Earclip: No
Integrated Amplifier: No
Mute Control: No
Neckband: No
Sound System:STEREO
Volume Control: Yes

Connectivity

Bluetooth: No
Connection:ONE 3.5 mm Plug
USB: No

General Features

Compatibility:for 4 and more brands
Ear Canal Headphone:Not Applicable
Form factor:Headband Headset
Product Type:Headphones
Signal Connection:Wired
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