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Now to be honest I've never heard of this site and came across it doing a Google search for USB speakers.
This company has 151 reviews according to Google Shopping but I'd be interested please to know if anyone has used this company and if they are OK.
My other little concern is these speakers come with 12 years warranty (yes twelve years). Surely they mean 12 months! lol

Sweex, USB 2.0 Speaker Set 20W

These Sweex stylish, compact and powerful speakers are the perfect size and have the perfect portability for your notebook PC.

Powered by USB; so no need for expensive batteries or additional connectors. Using the 3.5mm jack plug, simply plug them in and you are ready to go. Both speakers are magnetically shielded to avoid interference with other devices and magnetic media.

Key Features:

2x 2.2" speaker

Plug and Play

Cable length: 125 cm

Magnetically shielded

20 Watt

Connection: 3.5 mm headphone plug

Bus powered by USB connection

Dimensions: 157 x 65 x 70 mm (h x w x d)

Independent of operating system

Warranty 12 Years
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#1
http://img233.imageshack.us/img233/7969/19800235231.jpg

Can't go wrong for £4.99? Have some heat :)
banned#2
20 Watts? I doubt it, if its bus powered it only has 5 volts @ 0.5amps
5 volts divided by 0.5 amps equals 2.5 watts
If they only have one usb lead then that 2.5 watts is shared between both speakers...
1.25 watts each, cold from me
#3
Check out the reviews of these on Amazon. Don't inspire alot of confidence.

Not voted.
#4
The twelve year warranty is also a bit suspicious!
#5
Ah yeah very poor reviews on Amazon. No magnetic shielding so expect a lot of noise from mobile phones and electrical interference from components. USB driven so obviously it's inbuilt soundchip will (probably) be awful.

Edited By: mamboboy on May 03, 2011 23:21
#6
mamboboy
Ah yeah very poor reviews on Amazon. No magnetic shielding so expect a lot of noise from mobile phones and electrical interference from components. USB driven so obviously it's inbuilt soundchip will (probably) be awful.


I think you need to re-read the specs again my friend lol
#7
To me these look cheap and ideal for what I want but to be honest I'm more interested in knowing if this site is OK. Checking the Google Shopping reviews the company seems OK but just wanted to double check.
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PeteHerts
mamboboy
Ah yeah very poor reviews on Amazon. No magnetic shielding so expect a lot of noise from mobile phones and electrical interference from components. USB driven so obviously it's inbuilt soundchip will (probably) be awful.


I think you need to re-read the specs again my friend lol


I read them, but I also read the one star Amazon reviews ;)

Inyourbasket are fine by the way

Edited By: mamboboy on May 04, 2011 00:13
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PeteHerts
To me these look cheap and ideal for what I want but to be honest I'm more interested in knowing if this site is OK. Checking the Google Shopping reviews the company seems OK but just wanted to double check.

They used to be around a year or so ago, but just vanished one day. But looking at the site it is not the same, it is Guernsey based. They take PayPal so that is the best way with unknown companys, they do not get your credit card details, and you can claim off PAyPal if you do not receive anything
#10
Thank you all for the replies :)

Edited By: PeteHerts on May 04, 2011 00:25
#11
Same price from AMAZON , complete with bad reviews.

Spec. says 1watt.

Edited By: badger2007 on May 04, 2011 07:32
#12
andyfrommk1
20 Watts? I doubt it, if its bus powered it only has 5 volts @ 0.5amps
5 volts divided by 0.5 amps equals 2.5 watts
If they only have one usb lead then that 2.5 watts is shared between both speakers...
1.25 watts each, cold from me

You beat me to it .....

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