Harman Kardon Drive "Drive + Play"™ provides uncompromised iPod use and functionality on the road while minimizing distractions for drivers. It is compatible with all docking iPods, works with any car and retails for $199.95.

WOODBURY, N.Y. (November 2005) - In time for holiday gift giving, Harman Kardon, a leading provider of audio products for the home, computer and automotive industries, offers the Harman Kardon Drive + Play, an integrated iPod docking system specifically designed for automotive use.

Unlike other products on the market, Drive + Play provides complete iPod control, including full browsing capability, while minimizing distractions for drivers.

"More than half of all iPod owners use their players in the car, and we know many are frustrated with the current auto solutions available because they're hard to use and offer limited functionality," said Mike Giffin, president of the Mobile Systems Division for Harman Consumer Group. "Our goal in developing Drive + Play was simple - create a product that reproduces the iPod experience in any car while providing an array of options, including a line -level output, for connecting the iPod's audio signal to a vehicle's audio system, to offer consumers the most enjoyable way of taking their music on the road."

The Harman Kardon Drive + Play system includes these integrated components:

1. A backlit LCD screen, large enough to present five lines of iPod menu text, yet small enough to be mounted anywhere it can be easily viewed by the driver. The pivoting mount can be attached to the display in any of three positions and provides the user a full range of adjustability.

2. A five -button navigation control unit with universal mounting options mimics the iPod's user interface and can be mounted on the center console or other location
for easy access while driving. The controller features four buttons that control the play/pause, forward, backward and iPod menu functions; a rotating dial around the perimeter that can be used for forward and backward scrolling; and a center button for the "enter" command.

3. "The brain" serves as an information processor and connecting port. The brain houses a wireless FM modulator with five factory -set frequencies and one definable by the user; a 3.5mm audio output jack that connects Drive + Play to any vehicle that has an auxiliary input; and an auxiliary input that allows the user to use Drive + Play to route other audio signals, including satellite radio, into the vehicle's audio system.

Drive + Play also charges the iPod when docked, displays customized user menus such as playlists and user preferences, and shuts itself off when not in use.

Pricing and Availability
Harman Kardon Drive + Play is compatible with all docking iPods. The system includes a wireless FM modulator, and a 3.5mm audio output jack that allows Drive + Play to be connected to any vehicle regardless of the make or model.

Harman Kardon Drive + Play, with a suggested retail price of $199.95, is available now at quality retailers nationwide and at www.harmankardon.com/drive. Drive + Play is also available in European and Asian markets.

About Harman Kardon
Harman Kardon is a wholly owned subsidiary of Harman International Industries, Incorporated. Harman International (www.harman.com) is a leading manufacturer of
high -quality, high -fidelity audio products and electronic systems for the automotive, consumer and professional markets. The company's stock is traded on the New York
Stock Exchange under the symbol "HAR."

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