With music becoming increasingly centred around the home computer, a decent set of PC-compatible speakers has become almost a necessity. Even leaving aside the tendency towards downloading – legal or otherwise – keeping your CD collection on a hard-drive is now common-place and provides many benefits. It’s easier to organise, retrieve and backup media stored to disk than hundreds (or even thousands) of CDs, tapes, LPs, mini-dics, and such.
Even when recorded in one of the many loss less audio formats – FLAC, True Audio (TTA), Apple Loss less, MPEG-4 ALS, etc – a hard-drive the size of a paperback could store many hundreds of CDs, thus making it an extremely efficient use of space. Since we’ll all be living in Tokyo-style pods soon anyway, larger media will probably become obsolete eventually, if not merely at an excessive premium. The thirst for a clear and precise rendering of all that binary finery is quite palpable, but perhaps Speedlink can satisfy it?
- 33W RMS output power
- Perfectly coordinated system with outstandingly realistic, full-bodied sound quality
- Bass reflex port delivers powerful bass
- Rugged and stable satellites featuring 3 high and mid-frequency speakers
- Bass level separately and conveniently adjustable on the front of the subwoofer
- Practical desktop remote
- Cable length: 1.8m
- Dimensions (LxWxH): 190×298x325mm