Edifier: S2000 MKIII Powered Bookshelf Speaker w/Bluetooth - Pair

Price$499
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Turntable Lab
Brooklyn, NY, United States
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LAB POINTS
  • powered bookshelf speakers w/ Bluetooth, built-in EQ + premium build
  • stream lossless + high-def Bluetooth V5.0 w/ Qualcomm aptX HD decoding
  • on-board rotary controls for volume, bass, and treble (located on rear of speaker)
  • (2) separate RCA inputs: connect (2) inputs at once (select input by pushing volume knob)
  • HD audio compatible via optical + coaxial inputs
  • OLED LCD screen displays input status
  • (2) professional digital processing DSP chips manage frequency division + distribution for maximum sound stage clarity
  • (4) switchable EQ preset modes (Monitor, Dynamic, Classical, and Vocal)
  • active monitors, no need for an amplifier
  • includes wireless remote control for easy switching between inputs
  • remote can control Bluetooth connected devices
  • includes all necessary cables
KEY FEATURES
  • output: up to 130 Watts RMS
  • signal to noise ratio: ≥90dB (A)
  • noise level: ≤25dB (A)
  • frequency response: 45Hz – 40kHz
  • bass unit: 5.5"
  • tweeter: Planar diaphragm
  • input sensitivity: LINE IN1: R/L:800±50mV / LINE IN2: R/L:600±50mV / OPT/COA: R/L:350±50mFFs / Bluetooth: R/L:450±50mFFs
  • dimensions: 7.8" x 13.5" / 198 x 342 mm
COMES WITH
  • remote control
  • user manual
  • 3.5mm to RCA cable (Y-cable)
  • RCA to RCA cable
  • fiber optic audio cable
  • speaker connecting cable

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