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Harman Kardon SABRE SB35 Ultra-Slim Home



Slim, stylish, beautiful sound.
The Harman Kardon Sabre soundbar redefines what a home entertainment system should be. With an ultra-thin, 32mm, aluminum-finished soundbar and its compact companion – a wireless, powered subwoofer – the Sabre sound bar makes bulky audio equipment a thing of the past. With custom-developed Harman Kardon drivers tuned to perfection and maximum processing power for the latest audio technologies, the Harman Kardon Sabre doesn’t just look the part – it sounds it as well.
Complete surround sound solution soundbar with 100W powered, wireless subwoofer for deep, profound bass response.

For all its physical unobtrusiveness, the Harman Kardon Sabre meets – and surpasses – the highest expectations for audio clarity, depth, and calibration. And its wireless, powered subwoofer complements the clarity of high and mid-range sound for the complete experience. See what Harman Kardon custom speakers can do for your favorite movies and music.


There’s a reason we call it the Sabre: its cutting-edge technology is designed into an ultra-thin aluminum frame that fits comfortably above or below your flat-screen television: the perfect pairing of sound to vision.
HDMI connectivity combined with Bluetooth wireless connectivity.

Harman Kardon understands the importance of cross-platform connectivity: it’s one of the hallmarks of the perfect home theater system. That’s why the Harman Kardon Sabre is designed for simplicity with an easy one-cable HDMI connection and compatibility with the best in both iOS and Android devices wireless through Bluetooth technology.


Immerse yourself into one of two possible, built-in Harman surround sound options. Whether you’re more in the mood for Harman Virtual Sound or for Wave Sound is your decision: either way, you’ll be hearing at the highest-ranked levels of 5.1, natural sound processing.





















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