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Mark Peters : April 4th 2012 - 12:00 CET

Pioneer Laptop Speakers


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PioneerPioneer Laptop Computer Speakers : Pioneer continues to offer better audio solutions for laptop computers with the release of the Pioneer S-MM201 USB powered computer speakers. The new Pioneer speakers deliver better performance and a much fuller sound experience than built-in laptop speakers, all from a compact package that is easily transportable and can be quickly connected via USB and without the need for AC power. The Pioneer S-MM201 laptop speakers offers a built-in audio DAC and bass-reflex enclosure designed to enhance bass frequencies. The affordable Pioneer S-MM201 computer speakers are available in black or white for a retail price of $59.95 USD.
Pioneer Laptop Speakers

Pioneer Laptop Speakers
Shaped like small cubes with angled tops, the Pioneer Laptop speakers features 45mm full range drivers with control buttons for volume up, volume down and mute. The Pioneer speakers utilizes a bass-reflex enclosure with a small port in front for increased bass reproduction. For added cosmetic appeal, the compact Pioneer speakers are designed with see-through bottom casings and blue LED lights that illuminate when in use. The Laptop speakers are connected and powered via an included USB cable and uses built-in audio DACs to provide great sound quality. The Pioneer speakers stand at 4 inches tall and weigh only 23 ounces for easy transportability. To learn more, download the Pioneer S-MM201 technical specifications.

Laptop Speakers

Pioneer Speakers for Laptop computers
“The integrated speakers in most laptop computers are often too small to properly provide the full sound experience and volume people desire when listening to music, videos or movies on their computers,” said Chris Walker, director Audio/Video marketing and product planning for the Home Electronics Division of Pioneer Electronics. “With the new Pioneer S-MM201 speakers, you can have an enhanced listening experience virtually anywhere because it can deliver more audio output, especially in the lower and mid frequencies, and all without the need to plug them into the wall for power.”




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