Pioneer enters the computer speakers market by by offering up two brand new speaker systems the 2.0-channel S-MM301 and the 2.1-channel S-MM751RU, which have been created for the PC user in mind.
The 2.0 S-MM301 speakers feature USB connectivity with built-in audio controls, featuring triple coil drivers which are supposed to “deliver dynamic sound with exceptional clarity at a volume not offered by typical USB-powered speakers,” and it comes with an affordable price tag of $49.
The 2.1 S-MM751RU speakers comes with a more expensive price tag of $129, and it will be featuring a total power of 40W – 20W for the subwoofer and 10W per speaker – and features a technology Pioneer has dubbed the MAXX Bass Dynamic Sound with DSP Bass Enhancement, which the company claims will increase dynamic range and will deliver a richer audio experience. A wired remote is included with the speakers and comes with a volume knob, playback controls, USB and line-in audio ports, and an SD card slot.
The price of Pioneer is asking for either speaker system not too bad considering all this. Both are currently available, so why waiting?