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Kinivo M2 Bluetooth 2.1 Speaker System

Kinivo M2 Speakers

Kinivo is now offering the M2 Bluetooth and NFC enabled 2.1 wireless speaker system for just $60. It can be used as PC / Mac speaker system or connect up to a TV. The 56-watt system contains two compact, sleek speakers with copper accents along with a craft wood subwoofer. The active subwoofer can be discreetly hidden and controlled remotely.

The company says M2 easily connects to your home entertainment system or computer, requiring no complicated set-up, wire routing or cable clutter, and delivers rich, crisp sound from the audio source. Wirelessly stream from any Bluetooth-enabled mobile device, allowing audio from your smartphone or tablet to instantly fill the room, or plug into the speakers directly through the auxiliary input.

“Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or want to freshen up your workspace this season, the M2’s sleek design makes it easy to add stylish audio to any room,” says Kinivo Director of Product Management Henry Wong. “Our spring deal gives listeners twice the sound for half the price.”

Price and Availability
The Kinivo M2 entertainment system is now available for $59.99 at ($120 MSRP) now through the end of April 2015.

M2 Technical Specifications

  • Supports Bluetooth protocol; A2DP audio streaming profile
  • Output power: 14 W x 2 + 28 W (RMS)
  • Power supply: 120 V, 60 Hz, 0.6A
  • Speakers: 3 (including subwoofer)
  • Impedance
    • Satellite Speaker: 4 ohms
    • Subwoofer: 8 ohms
  • Frequency Response
    • Satellite: 250-20 kHz
    • Subwoofer 30-100 Hz
  • S/N Ratio: 70 dB
  • Separation:  40 dB
  • Dimensions
    • Satellite Speaker: 5.5” x 5.4’’ x 5.2’’ (W D H)
  • Subwoofer: 8.6’’ x 9.5’’ x 9.0’’ (W D H)

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