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The 30W system connects to a Mac, PC, or iPod via USB, and can be powered by USB or the included power supply.

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Pros

3.5mm AUX input for use with standard analog connections from non-USB devices (eg/ MP3 players)

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magnetically shielded

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powered by USB - doesn't require unsightly power wires, more portable than standard desktop speakers

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built in DAC (for use with digital USB input) - bypasses potential sound degrading DACs and noisy analog circuits in PCs/laptops

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external power supply is included for optimal power draw and resulting sound

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designed by Cabasse, a high end French audio manufacturer

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class D (digital) amplification - efficient, cool, lightweight

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Cons

powered by USB - limited draw

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no subwoofer

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weird looking

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The LaCie Sound2 is a higher-end 2.0 hi-fi speaker system, designed by Neil Poulton and the result of a collaboration with upscale French audio company Cabasse. The minimalist design, incorporating glossy white exteriors and circular black grilles, each speaker angled upward, is most notable. The 30W system connects to a Mac, PC, or iPod via USB, and can be powered by USB or the included power supply. Inside, the technology includes a Class D digital amplifier, magnetic shielding, bass reflex, and a Cabasse wide band driver.

Features
  • 2.0 hi-fi system
  • Cabasse acoustic engineering
  • 30W output
  • Mac/PC/iPod via USB
  • Class D digital amplifier
  • Cabasse wide band driver
  • Magnetic shielding
  • Bass reflex system
  • Powered via USB or power supply
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