Genius SP-i205U – Portable Digital USB Speakers for Notebooks

Genius-i205-1Genius presents the SP-i205U portable speakers for your  notebook. No need an AC outlet cause,  it uses an advanced high-efficiency class-D IC and the USB port supplies power from either a notebook or a PC .

With specially developed 2” drivers, you hear great balance, delicate, and clear sound. Other features let you adjust the angle and volume for listening comfort. With a travel bag and the cable wraps underneath it, you can always take the SP-i205U into your bag wherever you go. Contact your sales representative for more information.

Genius SP-I205U portable usb speakers

Key features:

  • Digital USB speakers for a notebook or a PC
  • Plug and Play
  • Advanced high-efficiency class-D IC
  • Clear sound up to 90dB SNR
  • Three level stand adjustment
  • Extra 60cm USB extended cable
  • Travel bag included

Specification

Colo rfinish Titanium
RMS (Watts) 2
Drive units 2”
Frequency Response 20~20K Hz
Signal-to-noise ratio 90dB

Source: Genius

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