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Monday, 18 February 2008 11:04

Scythe does 5.25-inch speakers

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Quad speakers in your 5.25-inch slot

 

Scythe has been busy these past few weeks and has announced a lot of new products. These new announcements are mostly for the cooling market, but as Scythe likes to surprise us from time to time, they decided to announce something rather innovative, a 5.25-inch boom box for PC systems, branded Kama Bay 5.25-inch Speaker.

The new bay speaker system from Scythe fits perfectly in your PC's 5.25-inch space and rids you of those old speakers which take unnecessary space on your desk. It will be available in three colors, so you will be fine with most of the cases as long as it is black, silver or white. These speakers also come with built-in on/off switch and volume control.

We are still a bit skeptical as far as sound quality goes, but they should be fine if you want to get rid of those old stereo speakers on your desk. The specs on Scythe's Web site states that these are two channel speakers with built-in amplifier which produce output of 1.5W + 1.5W in stereo. It uses one 4-pin from your power supply, which gives it nice 12V.

The speakers should be available immediately at a suggested price of US$19.00 or $15.00 without VAT.

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