Harman unleashes several iPod accessories

Harman unleashes several iPod accessories


The avalanche of new products for iPod junkies didn’t end yesterday. Harman Multimedia International, the company that makes HK and JBL products, has unleashed a ton of new accessories for iPods (or almost anything else) today.

The HK EP 700 Series noise isolating in-ear headphones were developed in partnership with Etymotic Research. The EP 710, with moving coil design, will cost $99.95. There will be two higher end models which use a balanced armature approach. The EP 720 is $149.95, while the EP 730 is $199.95.

The JBL 610 Bluetooth headphones work with any Bluetooth enabled devices, or with an iPod that has an adapter. They will cost $199.95.

The JBL Spyro is a set of 2.1 channel speakers with a dome shaped subwoofer and two flower shaped satellites. It will ship in October for $99.95.

They have also announced new items including the JBL Radial Micro, a smaller version of the JBL Radial iPod speaker and dock which will cost $129.95, a smaller version of another dock called the JBL On Stage Micro for $99.95, and the JBL Spot speakers for $99.95.