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AmazonBasics AC Powered Multimedia External Speakers now £17.24 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon
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AmazonBasics AC Powered Multimedia External Speakers now £17.24 (Prime) + £4.49 (non Prime) at Amazon

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  • 3379618-TT8yj.jpgAC-powered (13W) wired multimedia speakers with dual 6.35 cm drivers per speaker for supreme stereo sound with notable deep bass
  • Turn the speakers on and adjust the volume using simple, easy-access controls (located on the front of the speakers); volume control includes On/Standby
  • Plug and play—simply plug in the power and insert 3.5 mm jack into your audio device; plugs directly into a wall outlet for maximum power
  • Connect up to 2 devices at a time using 3.5 mm audio input plus auxiliary line; built-in headphone jack for plugging in headphones; frequency range of 57 Hz - 20 KHz; 7 watts of total RMS power (3.5 watts per speaker)
  • Measures approximately 8.6 by 23.6 by 10.6 cm; weighs approximately 1.27 kg
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Is it just me, but is the rise of 'Amazon Basics' just purely annoying?
Looks like logitech
Looks like a pair from the early 2000's
ryan_reynolds02/01/2020 09:03

Looks like logitech


Just about say that lol.. look like the logic I got my lad for Xmas lol..
Looking at the reviews for both, it seems it's only one speaker in each side and the other is for show. Bit of a rip off.
bensimmo02/01/2020 18:20

Looking at the reviews for both, it seems it's only one speaker in each …Looking at the reviews for both, it seems it's only one speaker in each side and the other is for show. Bit of a rip off.



It isn't just for show, it'll be to extend the bass response as an alternative to bass reflex porting. It's called a passive bass radiator, fairly common in speakers such as Bowers and Wilkins, Mackie, Focal Kef etc to extend the LF response of the main driver without the 'chuffing' sound of a traditional reflex port en.wikipedia.org/wik…er)
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