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Friday, July 08, 2011
Pioneer Brings Big Sound to the Desktop


Pioneer 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. The new S-MM301 delivers big sound from its triple coil drivers and features a compact design, while the S-MM751RU speakers provide a power upgrade and strong bass performance with a dedicated subwoofer.

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.

The S-MM301 speakers are powered through the USB cable, eliminating the need for a bulky, separate AC adapter. The speakers also feature metal grills to help protect the drivers from damage during travel. Built-in audio controls include volume up and down button and mute button.

Pioneer's new S-MM751RU 2.1-Channel Computer Speaker System integrates satellite speakers and subwoofer enclosure.

Small and compact, Pioneer utilizes a technology called MAXX Bass Dynamic Sound with DSP Bass Enhancement to increase dynamic range. The system is rated to handle a total of 40 watts (20 watt subwoofer; 10 watts for each satellite).



The S-MM751RU enables users to control the audio through a 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 now available at a minimum advertised price of $49 and $129 respectively.


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