Play your favorite tunes with this blue Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 5 portable Bluetooth speaker. The lithium-ion battery delivers up to 8 hours of music playtime, while the integrated aluminum handle offers portability. This Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 5 portable Bluetooth speaker features a built-in woofer and tweeter for high-quality audio.
Connect wirelessly from across the room
Pair this speaker with virtually any Bluetooth-enabled device, including phones, tablets and laptops.
Enjoy up to 8 hours of extended playback on a single charge.
These things have managed to blow me away. I know its not the best speaker out there, but for all the research i have done, these are still the best bang for buck, literally and figuratively. The bass these produce is quite staggering for the size, and with my apartment and the walls the sound resonates and creates a good vibration in the room, like its an actual sub. I have the Sony XB-31, and the XB-41, both with the lights, and i have been overall satisfied for a while with those. Sound great, but with these i have come to the realization that with the Sony, you are paying more for the all around experience of the speaker, and not just the sound quality. This I got on sale for 109, and the other one I ordered because I wanted the blue one. And as soon as I got the first one, it was almost a no brain decision to get another one for travels, and the pairing together to make that "stereo" sound. (Onyx Studio 4-2 tweeters, and 2 "subs") Onyx 5-1 bigger sub, and a single tweeter. None the less still amazing. I have not owned the 4, but videos on you tube should suffice to explain the difference in detail. There are some minor setbacks, but mostly nit picky things such as, no accurate indication for battery level, battery life (Spoiled by the XB-41 amazing battery life in my experience, 7 months) and the slight reduction on power output when not plugged into the wall (Understandable from an engineering, and design standpoint though). But overall, super premium feel, no cop out on materials, and the handle design has grown on me. The studio 6 is out now, with an water certification, not much content out yet, but from what I see, not much different, and sound is not as great. Strictly comparison speaking, because no matter what they still sound amazing, just doing in depth homework. I don't plan to use these as the throw everywhere, water, mountain adventure speakers, so the water should be fine without. These are worth the price. I would say.., there worth 200 if not more, most speakers in the class were looking at at those price points barely stack up. Still good, but just suited to different listeners/environments. Overall amazing, and I think unless your super picky about it, or over audiophile about everything and expect these to match home theater, and crazy headphone setups you will thoroughly enjoy them. I myself am not a scientist about it, but to average; a very picky chooser on sound quality. These satisfy with ease with little drawback. Not worth enough to mention though because nothing is perfect, and for what you get... Man, just try it yourself.
No other Bluetooth speaker in this size can muster up the rumble low end bass that these achieve. These hits LOW. In addition, the mid vocals is full bodied, and the highs has nice clarity, without the sibilant harshness you hear from other Bluetooth speakers.
Only downside is it is mono, and night stereo. If you want stereo sound, there's the Onyx studio 4, with trade-off is slightly less bass low response.
Bottom line, these crushes the Bose revolve plus, JBL Xtreme & boombox, and ue megaboom.
I heard this speaker at a Christmas party and was blown away at the sound. I purchased it and got home and was like “I wonder if I can pair it to my TV”. So I can listen to music from my phone and use it as a surround sound speaker for tv. It just needs a remote and I believe it would be even better.
Amazing speaker sooo much louder than expected and the bass is insane! If you like Hip-hop and Rap this is the speaker for you! **Disclaimer** This product and its partners can not be subject to civil suits if the police are called! ;)
This speaker is beyond amazing and exceeded my expectations. I though the studio 4 was great until I got it replaced with the studio 5. I would 10/10 recommended this and I already do recommend it to everyone.
A:Answer Hi there, we're here to help. I understand you want to connect your HK Onyx Studio 5 to your Audio Technica LP60-BT, have you tried to connect your Onyx Studio 5 to your phone or other devices? If they're able to connect to the Onyx Studio 5 then there's no problem with the speaker. Please try to connect your LP60-BT to another Bluetooth speaker too and see if you're successful, if you're not able to connect to it then that means that there's something wrong with the Bluetooth of the Tuner and need to contact the manufacturer. Otherwise, if you're able to connect to a Bluetooth speaker, then everything is working fine and there may be some compatibility issues between the products. If you need more help on the Onyx studio 5, please submit a case request and so we can assist you: https://www.harmankardon.com/support-contact.html
A:Answer Our Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 5 needs to be put into pairing mode which is to press and hold the Bluetooth button for a couple of seconds before anyone is able to connect to it. If you need more help, please contact us here. https://bit.ly/37CZDn2
A:Answer Please check if our Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 5 can pair with other phones/devices. If it can connect successfully, please check your iPhone 11 for possible software updates. If you need more help, please contact us here. https://bit.ly/37CZDn2
A:Answer We have the troubleshooting guide for battery and charging issues in our website. Please follow the steps for us to isolate the issue, and feel free to contact us if you still need help. Here's the link: https://support.harmanaudio.com/us/en/search?q=battery
A:Answer Let's try to troubleshoot your Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 5. Before attempting to do a reset, we suggest pairing the speaker to your phone by pressing on the Bluetooth button on the speaker — once you see the light blink fast, turn on the Bluetooth on your phone and let it discover the speaker and connect to it. If you are still unable to discover the speaker by doing this, you can reset it by pressing and holding the Volume + and Bluetooth buttons simultaneously for about 5 seconds while the speaker is on. The speaker will then power off, letting you know that it is reset back to its factory default settings.
When you turn the speaker on after doing a reset, it should automatically go into pairing mode. Follow the steps above once you see the light blinking to try and pair your phone again.
Also, it's good to know that the service port is only used by our authorized service centers for performing an update when there is one available. As of now, there is no software update for the Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 5 speaker. If you continue to experience any issues, let us know and we'll take the next steps: https://www.harmankardon.com/support-contact.html
A:Answer You can connect HK Onyx Studio 5 to a Television using an auxiliary cable or via Bluetooth if your TV has a Bluetooth transmitter. However, please be advised that this speaker was designed to play music only and may have delays when connecting to the TV via bluetooth.