Released May, 2010
The Pros:Sports a convenient headphone jack on the left speaker. Cool, unique design that takes up very little desktop space. USB-only design is ideal for laptop use.
The Cons:Sound quality completely lacks any bass. Tend to distort at even mildly high volumes. Doesn't compare to many competing speakers at the same price point.
The Philips SPA3200/17 is a 2.0-channel audio system released as the non-USB counterpart to the SPA7210/17. Instead it draws power from a standard AC outlet and then transmits audio through either a 3.5mm stereo jack for PCs/MP3-players or a dedicated headphone jack.
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Featured are two 2” bass-reflex radiators per speaker, in addition to a bass boost functionality. All together the Philips SPA3200/17 outputs up to 10W of power. Unlike its counterpart, this system has for the most part been highly criticized by users. Many say it’s full of distortion and that its bass functionalities don’t make a noticeable difference.
- 2.0-Channel Laptop Speaker System
- Designed for Laptops/Notebooks
- Bass-Reflex System
- 2" x2 Bass Radiators (Each)
- 5W RMS Power
- 10W Max Power
- Bass Boost
- Stereo Audio Jack (3.5mm)
- USB 2.0 Interface (Power)
- Windows/Macintosh Compatibility
User Reviews (1)
Sports a convenient headphone jack on the left speaker.
Cool, unique design that takes up very little desktop space.
USB-only design is ideal for laptop use.
Sound quality completely lacks any bass.
Tend to distort at even mildly high volumes.
Doesn't compare to many competing speakers at the same price point.
Blue indicator light is way too bright, especially for bedroom use.
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