Released May, 2010
The Pros:Capable of a reasonable amount of volume for the person sitting in front of them. Compact design barely takes up any room. Attractive design with interesting angles and clean surfaces.
The Cons:Sound is a bit muffled and distorted at higher volumes. Not the most detailed and distinct sound, although not terrible either.
The Sony SRS-Z50 is a computer speaker available either by itself or in a pair. As a more affordable downgrade from the SRS-Z100, the SRS-Z50 speakers lack an integrated amplifier unit and therefore output only 5W.
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Like its peer however, the magnetically shielded Z50 speakers are lightweight and portable, making them especially useful for on-the-go users who rely on a notebook or other portable music device. Despite its weak power output, it does host a Mega Boost function that allows it to deliver slightly louder/more booming audio, although it still lacks tremendously versus its predecessor.
- Computer Speaker
- Lightweight/Portable Design
- Magnetic Shielding
- Bass Boost
- Power ON/OFF
- Volume Control
- Impedance: 4.7 kOhms
- Sensitivity: 78 dB/W/m
- System: Bass Reflex, Full Range
- I/O: Stereo-mini x2
- Power Output: 5W
User Reviews (1)
capable of a reasonable amount of volume for the person sitting in front of them
compact design barely takes up any room
attractive design with interesting angles and clean surfaces
setup is easy and only takes a minute
sound is distinct enough for casual listening
power button and volume knob both feel well built and solid
sound is a bit muffled and distorted at higher volumes
not the most detailed and distinct sound, although not terrible either
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