Released May, 2010
The Pros:Excellent bass performance at lower volumes. Unobtrusive, monolithic design is tasteful and aesthetically pleasing. Produces a warm, solid sound good enough for typical use.
The Cons:Bass gets extremely distorted at high volumes. Doesn't project well enough to fill more than a small room. Treble performance is sub par and muffled.
The Sony SRS-Z100 is a computer speaker available either by itself or in a pair. It comes with a connecting cable that can be used to hook it directly into a computer, after which it can output 20W with the help of an integrated amplifier unit.
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It’s relatively small and compact, as it’s intended to be portable, thereby making it useful for carrying it around with a notebook or other portable music device. Despite its size, it does host a semi-powerful component array consisting of a full-range speaker, a tweeter, and a passive radiator. And with the Mega Boost function, the overall output can temporarily be increased for better enjoying music of the rock or rap persuasion.
- Computer Speaker
- Lightweight/Portable Design
- Integrated Amplifier
- Magnetic Shielding
- Triple-Component Array
- Bass Boost
- Power ON/OFF
- Volume Control
- Impedance: 4.7 kOhms
- Sensitivity: 78 dB/W/m
- System: 3-Way
- Components: Speaker + Tweeter + radiator
- I/O: Stereo-mini x2
- Power Output: 20W
User Reviews (1)
Excellent bass performance at lower volumes.
Unobtrusive, monolithic design is tasteful and aesthetically pleasing.
Produces a warm, solid sound good enough for typical use.
Bass gets extremely distorted at high volumes.
Doesn't project well enough to fill more than a small room.
Treble performance is sub par and muffled.
Fairly pricey for a stereo speaker setup.
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