The most elusive speakers in the world?

  @lchemist 23:04 05 Jan 03
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  @lchemist 23:04 05 Jan 03

Please, somebody help me! I've searched high and low for a UK supplier for these speakers:

click here

It seems that no one sells them! There must be somewhere in the UK that sells them. I am looking for an mail order as it's difficult to for me to travel at the moment. Any input would be much appreciated

  Thin White Duke 23:16 05 Jan 03

The only thing i can suggest is Ebay. All sorts of stuff on there.

Good Luck!

  Stuartli 23:20 05 Jan 03

Harmon Kardon is a specialist hi-fi speaker manufacturer of many years' standing - usually their computer speaker systems are only supplied with complete systems.

I think Evesham used to include them at one time but it might be worth looking at the products from a similar status US specialist, Altec Lansing.

Its speakers are equally as superb in the hi-fi world and its top quality computer related models can be obtained at click here as well as, I am sure, many other suppliers.

All the websites featuring the HK computer speakers seem to be American based.

  skeletal 23:21 05 Jan 03

I guess you may have tried various hifi mags and suppliers. I got my moderately esoteric hifi from:

Music Matters
95 Hobs Moat Rd
Solihull
(Nr Birmingham)
0121 742 0254

You could try them...if they don't know, they may know a man who does!

Skeletal

  Djohn 23:22 05 Jan 03
  ajm 23:23 05 Jan 03
  Stuartli 23:27 05 Jan 03

The Harman Karmon UK office details can be found at:

click here='UNITED%20KINGDOM'&language=ENGLISH

No distributors are listed....

  ajm 23:28 05 Jan 03

Apple do it on their web site. it is a USB-connection speaker and i am 99% sure that it shall work woth a PC. i have seen the cystel celar Speakers work on a PC in my local PC World. I may have seen the above speakers that you wanted in PC world. have a look there

click here

  Stuartli 23:28 05 Jan 03

Djohn and ajm have posted whilst I was searching....:-)

  felix1767 23:32 05 Jan 03

I've seen these for sale at a local computer fair (incidentally, the fair was in Brighton/Hove).

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