Hercules XPS 2.0 35 USB and XPS 5.1 70 Slim Speakers systems

Hercules adds two new models to its XPS Audio Line – the XPS 2.0 35 USB, 2.0 USB-powered speakers for on-the-go listening and the XPS 5.1 70 Slim.

The XPS 2.0 35 USB portable speakers is an ideal solution for laptop and netbooks, offers power of  2.5/3 watts RMS and comes with padded carrying case. They also features a headphone jack and microphone input and a master volume knob on the right satellite speaker. The XPS 2.0 35 USB set will be available at the end of May 2010 for the SRP $19.99.

Hercules XPS 2.0 35 USB portable speakers

Hercules XPS 2.0 35 USB portable speakers


The XPS 5.1 70 Slim features five ultra-slim satellite speakers(center has a flat-screen mounting system)  and a wooden-made subwoofer with total output power of 70 watts RMS (4 x 7.5W for the front and rear satellites, 15W for the center speaker and 25W for the subwoofer).  The system also includes wired remote featuring a 3-function control knob for turning the standby mode on or off or adjusting the volume and bass, a headphone jack, microphone input, an auxiliary line and a virtual surround sound button allowing users to have the surround experience even from stereo 2-channel audio sources. The XPS 5.1 70 Slim will be available at the end of June 2010 for the SRP $99.99.

Hercules XPS 5.1 70 Slim

Hercules XPS 5.1 70 Slim

Hercules XPS 5.1 70 Slim



Hercules XPS 5.1 70 Slim

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