Xenta Monitor 2.0ch Soundbar for £6.98 + Free Next Day Delivery @ Ebuyer
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Xenta Monitor 2.0ch Soundbar for £6.98 + Free Next Day Delivery @ Ebuyer

£6.98£14.9853%Ebuyer Deals
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Posted 5th Nov
  • Stylish, horizontal speaker that can be placed below your monitor
  • 2 x 3W speakers
  • USB powered
  • Headphone connection

This super-slim and lightweight soundbar from Xenta is an ideal size to sit comfortably on your desk in front of the monitor.


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Powered by USB the soundbar is easy to install and is ready to go straight out of the box. Its twin 3W speakers provide a clear and vibrant sound, and the handy volume control on the right of the bar makes it easy to adjust the decibel level.

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The soundbar is equipped with 3.5mm microphone and headphone jacks so you can benefit from booming audio even when other people are in the room.

Versatile and flexible
This Xenta 2.0 channel soundbar is ideal for use with your desktop PC but can, of course, be used with many different gadgets. Use it to boost the sound from your smartphone, MP3 player or any other USB enabled device (auxiliary cable not included). And, as it is plug and play, the soundbar can be set up in moments no matter which device you use.

Quality and reliability as standard
Xenta produce an innovative range of computer components and audio products.




Made from high-quality components all Xenta technology combines powerful performance with reliable operation to deliver an exciting and great value experience.

Features
  • Lightweight construction
  • Stylish design
  • 3W speakers
  • Easy set up
  • USB powered
  • 3.5mm headphone and mic jacks

Technical specifications
  • Warranty 1 year
  • Weight - 0.53KG net
  • Impedance - 4 Ohm
  • Power input - USB DC 5V
  • Outdoor power - 3W x2 (THD=10%)
  • Frequency response - 100Hz - 18KHz
  • Dimensions - 400mm (W) x 55mm (D) x 60mm (H)
  • Inputs - 3.5mm headphone jack & 3.5mm mic jack
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Got one of these a year or so back when they were 9.99, worth every penny. If you want something for occasional music and films via your PC then this is great. Obviously not going to compare with speakers at several times the cost.
krisward795505/11/2019 11:59

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Would need to be verified. How many decibels approximately?

Would your husband corroborate this?
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I’ve got one of these and paid just under £10 for it. It’s certainly not worth more than that, but it’s fine provided you don’t have high expectations (it has no bass whatsoever and probably no good for gaming or as a TV sound bar). At £6.98 delivered though you won’t get cheaper.
Got one of these a year or so back when they were 9.99, worth every penny. If you want something for occasional music and films via your PC then this is great. Obviously not going to compare with speakers at several times the cost.
Just to echo what others have said, I got this on a previous < £10 offer from eBuyer. It isn't very loud and has no bass to speak off. It looks good, and is better than no speakers at all, but I'd recommend spending a bit more and getting something that sounds better.
I have this and it's actually quite good. Heat added
2 (2x3W) Nice✊
38907813.jpgThanks Op😬
Edited by: "Betterblue" 5th Nov
I currently use this on my home PC rather than the inbuilt monitor speakers. Does a really good job. Much louder than the monitor speakers but obviously it's not going to compete with a more expensive soundbar.
I did a quick review of this on my Youtube page if you want to listen to the difference between my monitor speakers on this, my Youtube name is Andyhhhdx.
I think it's a bargain at this price.
Far better then most or all laptop or build in monitor speakers and genuinely good for it's price but shyiteh compared to more expensive solutions.

It's great for the kids PlayStation monitors.
krisward795505/11/2019 11:59

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Would need to be verified. How many decibels approximately?

Would your husband corroborate this?
Betterblue05/11/2019 13:21

Would need to be verified. How many decibels approximately? Would your …Would need to be verified. How many decibels approximately? Would your husband corroborate this?


Exactly. Need verifiable data when putting out such a claim as this.
krisward795505/11/2019 11:59

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Hahaha...You made my day but it's not that bad for the price, bought when I posted a couple of months ago.
I echo what others have said, very good for the price. I use it with my PC and sound quality is acceptable.
I upgraded to surround fart.
Zeketron05/11/2019 13:39

I echo what others have said, very good for the price. I use it with my PC …I echo what others have said, very good for the price. I use it with my PC and sound quality is acceptable.


More importantly...

Xenta 2.0 Vs Ward's farts (unverified)

Nothing to contribute?
krisward795505/11/2019 11:59

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Maybe it is but plugging a monitor or computer into your port is utterly disgusting.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 5th Nov
Friend got one of these, to use with the kitchen TV, it's own speakers didn't seem that awful to me, but something about them or possibly reflections from the tiled corner caused problems with her digital hearing aid.
At first, used my spare set of Goodmans Active 25 (Sweeeet sounding small speakers), but this was tidier and powered off the TV USB port, and a quite creditable performance - I was a bit worried at how good it would be, but the sound was ok (not just to me) and could certainly fill a large kitchen - I also tried pushing it with some music from YouTube from my phone, and it could get "loud enough" without trouble
Considering this for my second pc.

Not worried about noisy farts, I'm more of an SBD man myself.
Betterblue05/11/2019 12:49

2 (2x3W) Nice✊[Image] Thanks Op😬


Where can I buy please post link
I use this plugged into my work laptop (combined with a cheap microphone from aliexpress) and tucked away behind a monitor, so I can join Skype calls without a headset. It's been great for that use
nanals506/11/2019 03:15

Where can I buy please post link


Here

*you'll need to power each speaker from separate plugs.. if you try using a double usb plug, you'll have a slight hiss / interference - Ground loop issue!
Edited by: "Betterblue" 6th Nov
krisward795505/11/2019 11:59

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I clicked on this thread to make the exact same joke! We must have the same writers.
krisward795505/11/2019 11:59

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Don't know about louder, but certainly your farts will have deeper bass
jaydeeuk106/11/2019 09:27

I clicked on this thread to make the exact same joke! We must have the …I clicked on this thread to make the exact same joke! We must have the same writers.


It's not a "joke" We're actively trying to verify this claim. Comparison video to follow.
Any suggestions for a decent sound bar with a sub? Looking for something under £100
lloydard06/11/2019 10:57

Any suggestions for a decent sound bar with a sub? Looking for something …Any suggestions for a decent sound bar with a sub? Looking for something under £100


Sound bar

Sub
krisward795505/11/2019 11:59

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Eh, considering my monitor has no speakers and I don't want anything expensive for occasional video watching, this seems fine
lloydard06/11/2019 10:57

Any suggestions for a decent sound bar with a sub? Looking for something …Any suggestions for a decent sound bar with a sub? Looking for something under £100


Joking aside.. this works well with a regular SB 2.0

Sub
I got one of theses a year ago and using on my monitor

people that crying because it not super loud or not bassy what you inspect for a cheap speaker does my head in when people complain
Ive got one like this with Bluetooth. I have a projector TV in my bedroom with awful inbuilt speakers. I added this and is placed below the screen and is fantastic sound for the money. And it comes from the direction of the picture so works perfectly for me.
These are quite good, Ive bought one for 20 at Amazon (different make, same model) and it didnt make the white noise that cheap spakers usually do; the sound is really lacking in bass but has clear mids and highs (definitely wouldnt describe it as 'tinny' though). At this price pretty much a no-brainer
Is there way I could attach this to a monitor, easily.
Betterblue06/11/2019 13:11

Blusmart


Thanks but I need something temporary, not a solution that will damage my monitor.
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