HTFS 3/E Floor Stands
These slim-profile, aluminum-extrusion columns are custom-designed to match the HKTS 20, HKTS 30, HKTS 60, and HKTS 200 speaker systems, accenting any décor. A self-contained, internal wire-management system adds to the system approach by keeping speaker wires out of sight. Compatible with satellite speakers from HKTS 20, HKTS 30, HKTS 60, and HKTS 200 systems and HKTS 30SAT-2 satellite speakers.
* Some assembly required.
Harman Kardon® HTFS 3 at a glance:
- Two speaker stands with aluminum-extrusion columns
- Seamless cable-management system
- Compatible with HTKS satellite speaker packages
- Harman/Kardon® sound: A legacy of achievement
Two speaker stands with aluminum-extrusion columns
Be they in a corner or as bookends to your flat-screen TV, the HTFS 3 floor stands are a versatile alternative to mounting satellite speakers on the wall, complement your décor while allowing you to experience unparalleled audio playback.
Seamless cable-management system
For your convenience, the HTFS 3 floor stands allow you to run speaker wires through a notch at the base of each stand. The sturdy aluminum rails also feature a removable speaker base that lets you connect your speaker wire with ease before attaching the component itself.
Compatible with HTKS satellite speaker packages
The HTFS 3 floor stands are designed to work with a range of Harman/Kardon® packages like the HKTS 20, HKTS 30, HKTS 60, HKTS 200 or HKTS 30SAT-2 satellite speakers. By giving you an extra set of options in your quest to mount the perfect home theater, they offer a clear path in your pursuit of the ideal system setup.
Harman/Kardon® sound: A legacy of achievement
Exemplifying the balance among high style, modern design and audio ingenuity, the HTFS 3 fully embodies the spirit of Harman/Kardon® innovation, a legacy represented by discerning audio enthusiasts for almost 60 years. Harman/Kardon® engineers have consistently advanced the science of sound, developing products that are dedicated to quality, durability and most importantly, generating rave reviews from audiophiles.