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New Edifier S880DB - Equipped with 4 Equalizer modes and Titanium-Laminate Tweeter Unit

Accredited with Edifier’s first High-Res Audio certification, the S880DB speakers are designed for people who love audio. Equipped with a titanium-laminate tweeter unit, the 19mm dome treble tweeter drive unit provides optimal resolution with finely tuned sensitivity, providing a crisp and bright sound. Along with the tweeter, the S880DB’s are also equipped with a metal diaphragm bass unit. This provides extremely sharp dynamics for the listener, and the aluminium frame increases power while minimising vibration.

Sound quality isn’t the only important element in a speaker - another key component is connectability. With 6 different inputs for you to utilise, you can connect your phone or laptop to the speakers with Bluetooth, or plug them in manually via AUX. Connect your TV via the optical cord, or your radio with the coaxial input. As well as this, you can plug your music straight in via USB, or even connect the S880DB speakers to your gaming setup via the RCA input. So it’s safe to say, no matter what your audio setup is, Edifier’s S880DB’s will adapt.
 
Tech Specs

Equipped with an XMOS processor for USB capabilities and Bluetooth v4.1 technology these speakers are designed to keep up with the huge advancements in tech.

Listeners also get a built in amplifier, eliminating the need for an external amplifier or receiver. You can also fine tune your listening experience with 4 different EQ modes, as well a 192kHz sample signal rate through multiple inputs.

The S880DB is available at SRP £259.99 from Amazon

www.edifier.com
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