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Pioneer S-MM301 and S-MM751RU PC Speakers unveiled

Pioneer enters PC speaker market.

Jul 8 2011, 5:25am CDT | by

Pioneer S-MM301 and S-MM751RU PC Speakers unveiled
 
 
 

Pioneer Electronics expands its speaker offerings into the computer market with the launch of two multi-media computer speaker systems. Pioneer’s new 2.0- and 2.1-channel computer speaker systems are designed for music fans who want a higher level audio experience from their computer, whether it’s from a laptop, or a home computer. The new Pioneer S-MM301 delivers big sound from its triple coil drivers and features a compact design making it ideal for travel, while the Pioneer S-MM751RU speakers (photo) provide a power upgrade and strong bass performance with a dedicated subwoofer to enhance music playback on any home computer. 


Pioneer S-MM301 Details:
The S-MM301 USB-powered speakers deliver big sound with better fidelity and more volume than typical laptop speakers, all from a compact package that can be transported along with a laptop.

  • USB connectivity – The S-MM301 speakers are powered through the USB cable, eliminating the need for a bulky, separate AC adapter, making it easy to take along when traveling or wherever space is limited. Only slightly larger than the average smartphone, the speakers are extremely compact so users will have no problems fitting them into a laptop case or small travel bag.
  • Triple Coil Drivers – The triple coil drivers built into the speakers can handle higher volume levels and deliver dynamic sound with exceptional clarity at a volume not offered by typical USB-powered speakers.
  • Additional Features – The S-MM301 speakers feature metal grills to help protect the drivers from damage during travel. The system also features built-in audio controls including a volume up and down button and mute button for convenient plug-and-play use.

Pioneer S-MM751RU Details:
A great addition to a home office or bedroom computer, Pioneer’s new S-MM751RU 2.1-Channel Computer Speaker System delivers a full-spectrum audio experience with its integrated satellite speakers and subwoofer enclosure.
  • Bass Enhancement – Small and compact, Pioneer utilizes a technology called MAXX Bass Dynamic Sound with DSP Bass Enhancement to increase dynamic range, resulting in a rich and enjoyable listening experience. The system is rated to handle a total of 40 watts (20 watt subwoofer; 10 watts for each satellite), ample power for music, movies and gaming.
  • Control Puck – The S-MM751RU enables users to control the audio through a unique hockey puck-shaped controller that features a volume knob and playback controls (play/pause/rewind/forward). The control puck also includes an SD Card slot (WMA/MP3), USB port (WMA/MP3) and line-in audio input so consumers can enjoy their music from other sources without having to turn on the computer.
The Pioneer S-MM301 and S-MM751RU are supposed to be available now at a minimum advertised price of $49 and $129 respectively. I could not find them yet online in any store. Best bet Amazon.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr (Google) is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
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