Contribute

User can contribute their views, questions and photos here.

Creative Sound BlasterAxx AXX 200With audio quality that matches the competition, the unexpected extras of the AXX 200 put it ahead of the competition.

Samsung Galaxy Note ProYou can easily get a better-performing laptop at this price, but a laptop will not have plenty of the features which you will find on the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro.

  • smal_font
  • large_font
  • print
  • email
  • share
Tags:
Editor's Rating :
7
7
User's Rating
Not yet rated
Edifier M20-USB
Review| User review| Specification

The Good: Small pair of speakers; audio quality is good; price is attractive.

The Bad: USB audio output ­sometimes has issues when CPU utilisation is high.

The Bottom Line:

Editor's Review
By Tan Kit Hoong, The Star/ANN | 12-01-2011

USB speakers have been around for awhile now; these devices basically take advantage of Windows XP's (and later operating systems') ability to output audio via the USB port ­rather than the ­traditional 3.5mm stereo audio component.

As such, most of these speakers are powered by the computer's USB slot, which means they tend to be quite low-powered and consequently, the volume levels and audio quality aren't all that great.

The Edifier M20-USB seeks to change all that - it's one of the few USB speakers I've seen that has its own power supply, which means there's more power to drive a pair of more powerful cones.

Externally, the Edifier M20-USB looks like a pair of regular white multimedia speakers; the speaker cabinet is solid and each speaker unit has a weighty feel to it.

Your Review
0 Reviews
Be the first one to review and share your experience with the digitalOne community!