Bose are once again bringing their much-lauded audio expertise to the PC market with the Companion 20 multimedia desktop speakers.
Offering “lifelike, natural sound”, the stereo speaker set up uses a proprietary electronics and amplifaction system to deliver deep low notes and the volume levels you’d expect from much larger systems, according to the press release.
8.9cm (3.5″) wide by 11.1cm (4.375″) deep, the speakers also make use of Bose TrueSpace tech to inhance the stereo image, even if your set up demands a physically narrow soundscape.
A small control wheel is used for volume control and one-touch muting, and also allows for another audio source to be inputted (such as an MP3 player), making use of the speakers without firing up an attached PC.
“Millions of consumers have computers in the home today, and they’re used for both work and play,” said Lino Pucci, Computer Speaker Product Line Manager, Bose Corporation.
“The Companion 20 system is sleek and unobtrusive, but its size doesn’t compromise the audio quality or power it delivers. It’s ideal for anyone whose computer is the go-to device in the house for listening to their favorite radio stations over the internet, or enjoying their games, videos or iTunes playlist.”
The speakers are avaialble now for £199. Visit www.bose.co.uk for more info.
By Gerald Lynch | July 27th, 2011