Asus announced uBoom Sound-bar Speakers

ASUS uBoom Sound bar SpeakersAs an established manufacturer of high performance audio cards, ASUS has always been at the forefront of delivering the best in audio entertainment technology to its consumers. ASUS is proud to announce the launch of its first ever multimedia speaker series.

The ASUS uBoom and uBoom Q sound-bar speakers are designed to provide high fidelity audio and heart-thumping bass via a maze-like reflex port, which is then channeled through speakers designed to place the user in the audio sweet-spot. For added convenience and mobility, both the ASUS uBoom and uBoom Q sound-bar speakers feature USB 2.0 connectivity for audio output. The uBoom Q also draws its power via the USB 2.0 port, effectively eliminating the need for an adapter and the numerous wires often associated with conventional speaker set-ups and providing high fidelity audio reproduction while on-the-move.

ASUS uBoom Sound bar Speakers

Cinematic Audio Reproduction through Innovative Design

With the ASUS uBoom and uBoom Q sound-bar speakers, users can enjoy their movies, videos and games in greater clarity and bass. A specially designed maze-like reflex port delivers adrenaline-pumping bass, while powerful satellite speakers place users in a sweet-spot of high fidelity sound.

ASUS uBoom Q Sound-bar Speakers

Clutter-free High-fidelity Audio Entertainment and Power via USB 2.0

Both the ASUS uBoom and uBoom Q sound-bar speakers are designed to bring ease-of-use and convenience to users while on-the-move. 50% smaller than conventional 2.1 speaker set-ups, the ASUS uBoom and uBoom Q sound-bar speakers connect directly to the back of the notebook via USB 2.0. They effectively replace the onboard sound with a high fidelity codec for enhanced audio enjoyment. The ASUS uBoom Q also draws its power from the same USB 2.0 port, effectively eliminating the need for a power adapter, wires and cables, further reinforcing its mobile audio entertainment capabilities.

ASUS uBoom Sound-bar Speakers

Effective Heat Dispersion and a Smoother Audio Experience

Cylindrical in design, the ASUS uBoom doubles as a notebook dock which offers a greater amount of air-flow for more effective heat dispersion. Its full aluminum body eliminates unwanted overtones, thus delivering a wholly satisfying listening experience for videos, movies and games.

Specifications

uBoom uBoom Q
Speaker Membrane Size Left/Right 2″, Subwoofer 2 1/2″ Left/Right 2″, Subwoofer 2 1/4″
Speaker Impedance 4 ohms 5 ohms
Speaker Frequency Response R/L 100-20KHz,
Woofer 20-250Hz
R/L 150-15KHz,
Woofer 20-500Hz
Total RMS 24 Watts 2.4 Watts
Power Supply AC/DC adapter 100V~240V 12VDC/2A 500mA; powered by USB ( Adapter- free)
Driver Driver-free Driver-free
Connectors
  • USB x1
  • AUX in x 1
  • Microphone Jack x 1
  • USB x1
  • AUX in x 1
Operation Temperature 0 degrees ~ 45 degrees 0 degrees ~ 45 degrees
Operation Humidity 20%~90% 20%~90%
Weight 3kg 400g
Dimensions 595mm x 135mm x 90mm 290mm x 110mm x 72mm

Source: Asus

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