Edifier S350DB Bluetooth 2.1 Bookshelf Speaker Review

Posted: Jun 18 2018, 5:20am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 18 2018, 5:26am CDT, in News | Technology News

 
Edifier S350DB Bluetooth 2.1 Bookshelf Speaker Review

These powerful speakers turn any room into a dance club.

I have the Bose Companion 20 Multimedia Speaker System connected to my iMac for a few years. I was actually pretty happy with the sound and power, until the Edifier S350DB 2.1 speaker system arrived at our offices. It was clear right away that the Edifier S350DB will be great. The box they arrive in is super heavy, because of the massive built of the speakers and subwoofer.

The Edifier S350DB 2.1 speaker system includes two brawny satellite speakers that project high and mid-tone audio as well as the Bose speakers. The big difference is the massive subwoofer that beams rumbling lows into the room, further enhanced by a side panel bass reflex port in the subwoofer.

The Edifier S350DB bookshelf speakers have titanium dome tweeters for clear sound enhancement in any genre of music or movies. The active speaker has side controls for bass, treble, and volume. The speakers can also be controlled via the wireless (IR) remote. The remote options include changing input sources, volume, playback and power.

I love deep bass and listen to a lot of electronic music. The Edifier S350DB 8-inch subwoofer adds a thumping bass, making me feel like I'm at a dance club. I tested maximum volume, until my co-workers screamed to turn it down. You can fill a large office with sound with these affordable speakers ($299.99 on amazon.com).

There are many ways to connected the Edifier S350DB to different sound sources. Most convenient is of course Bluetooth. You just pair the speakers and start streaming music from your iPhone or Android smartphone. I have them connected via the PC plug on the headphone jack at the iMac. What I liked with the Bose speakers is the control pod that let me plug in my headset.

The Edifier S350DB does not have this convenient feature. To not have to plug in and out my headphones, I got me an Audio Stereo Y splitter cable for a few bucks on Amazon. Now the Edifier speakers and my wireless Sony headset are connected at the same time.

Besides using the S350DB on PCs or Macs as desktop speakers, Edifier also recommends using them for TV setups in living rooms and dens. Right now with the Soccer World Cup underway in Russia, the Edifier S350DB will add the necessary loudness for your next viewing party.

You can hear the Edifier S350DB in my video review of the Edifier S350DB below. The Edifier S350DB retails for $299.99 on Amazon.com directly from Edifier and fulfilled by Amazon. For more information on the Edifier S350DB, visit the Edifier site. See also the Edifier S350DB unboxing photos in the gallery.

Edifier S350DB Specifications:

Devices can be connected to the speaker system using Bluetooth 4.1 aptX, RCA, optical, coaxial or AUX.

Power Output: R/L(treble): 15W+15W

R/L(midrange and bass): 25W+25W

Subwoofer: 70W

Signal to Noise Ratio: R / L: ≥ 80dB (A) ; SW: ≥ 85dB

Frequency Response: R/L: 160Hz -20KHz ; SW: 40Hz –160Hz

Input Sensitivity: PC : R/L: 600±50mV ; SW: 270±20mV

AUX: R/L: 400±50mV

Subwoofer: 200±20mV

Optical/Coaxial:R/L: 400±50mFFS

SW: 200±20mFFS Bluetooth: R/L: 400±50mFF;

SW: 200±20mFFS

Dimensions: Subwoofer: 12.3 x 10.4 x 11.7 inches

Satellite: 8.75H x5W x 6D inches

Weight 42.1 pounds

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