Microsoft’s big Xbox One reveal showed off a lot of new features...
Hercules XPS 70 Slim Multimedia 5.1 Speaker System
Five ultra-slim satellite speakers and a wooden-made subwoofer for full surround sound
A clear immersive sound speaker solution at an accessible price, the XPS 5.1 70 Slim delivers the sound computer movie watchers and gaming enthusiasts have been asking for. Featuring the popular Hercules ultra-slim design, the five satellite speakers include a center speaker that is thinner than current market standards and features a flat-screen mounting system. This set of speakers also offers greater energy savings with a power supply that uses less than 1 watt of power in standby mode, an enhancement that few systems on the market have yet to offer. Users will find controlling this system easy with the included wired remote featuring a 3-function control knob for turning the standby mode on or off or adjusting the volume and bass. The remote also incorporates a headphone jack, a microphone input and an auxiliary line input for easy connection to an MP3 player, and a virtual surround sound button allowing users to have the surround experience even from stereo 2-channel audio sources.
Other features include:
- 2 speaker drivers in each satellite speaker for a balanced mid and treble frequency response and clear movie sound
- A ported subwoofer crafted of wood for deep bass levels that provide a realistic effects and ambient sounds
- Solid calibration between the front, rear and center satellite speakers
- The system provides total output power of 70 watts RMS (4 x 7.5W for the front and rear satellites, 15W for the center speaker and 25W for the subwoofer)
- Compatible with PC, Mac, netbooks, televisions, MP3, CD, DVD players and game consoles*
*Console adapters and RCA cables required
The XPS 5.1 70 Slim will also be available at the end of June 2010 for the SRP $99.99 / £89.99.