Pioneer launches compact speaker systems for your desktop and laptop

Pioneer Electronics has decided to bring “that same ‘larger-than-life’ Pioneer home audio experience onto the desktop, and has launched two multi-media computer speaker systems, designed to enhance the sound from your PC and laptop, the 2.0-channel S-MM301 and 2.1-channel S-MM751RU.

The USB powered S-MM301 model features a compact design, slightly larger than the average smartphone and is equipped with triple coil drivers. The speakers have a built-in audio controls. Now available $49.

Pioneer S-MM301

The S-MM751RU system will cost you $129 and offers will offer you power upgrade and strong bass performance with two satellite speakers and a dedicated subwoofer. The system has a total power of 40 watts (20 watt subwoofer; 10 watts for each satellite) and features MAXX Bass Dynamic Sound with DSP Bass Enhancement which increase dynamic range for richer audio experience. It comes with hockey puck-shaped wired remote controller with a volume knob and playback controls, which is also equipped with USB port, line-in audio input and SD Card slot, allowing you to listening to music without having to turn on the computer.

Pioneer S-MM751RU

Source: Pioneer

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