Philips introduces SPA9300 2.1 PC speaker system

Computers, Home audio

Philips has launched several new PC speaker systems this week, the pick of which is this eye-catching SPA9300 2.1 system.

The SPA9300 2.1 system is the top end of Philips new speaker range, delivering 100W of music power from a 2.1 system – which should be good enough to give both your music and movies a boost from your computer. The speakers feature an inverted dome Mylar tweeter for a smooth, crisp and detailed top-end and use twin 50mm mid/bass drivers – reinforced with a six-layer voice coil – to deliver a balanced mid-band and significantly controlled low frequency response. Bass output is further enhanced by the subwoofer which features an 8-inch driver taking bass down to a low 35Hz. And if you want to use them without the PC, you can also connect external devices such as MP3, portable DVD or PVR players directly into the system via the 3.5mm stereo input.

And of course, they look good too – the slim columns should take up little desk space while the stainless steel cabinets are guaranteed to turn a few heads.

Available from September, they should cost you around £80.

Philips website

More speakers:
Boomtube H2O1 portable speaker system
Creative’s G500W 5.1 wireless speaker system

Dave Walker
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