Genius unveiled a Sound bar speaker for LCD monitor

genius-sp-i355Genius presents its latest speaker device for LCD monitors, SP-i355, a uniquely designed sound bar.

It has a total of 10 watts output: two 2” five watt unit drivers and two 2” passive drivers for better sound quality. A digital volume control and LED power switch are on the top right of the speaker, with the tone adjustment on the right. It also has a headphone jack and a line-in jack for other audio devices. Its unique water resistant cloth texture prevents any liquid spillage on the speaker.

Genius SP-i355 Sound bar speaker for LCD monitor

SP-i355 also includes two stands so you can place it right below your LCD monitor. The elegant and slim design with black sleek surface is a perfect fit under the monitor to save space. Contact your sales representative for more information.

Genius SP-i355 features

SP-i355 specification:

RMS (Watts) 10
Drevier-Main 2”, 4ohm x 2
Drevier-Passive 2” x 2
Frequency Response 20Hz~20KHz
Signal-to-Noise ratio >85dB
Volume Yes
Tone Yes
Headphone Yes
Line-in Yes


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