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V7 A520S-N6 2.0 Speaker System - 4.6 W RMS - Black
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V7 A520S-N6 2.0 Speaker System - 4.6 W RMS - Black

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Part of V7 Private Label's new line of PC Speaker Systems, the V7 2.0 Standard Speaker USB System features easy connectivity and crystal-clear sound in an attractive, compact form factor. Also includes a built-in magnet for horizontal assembling. A great addition to any desktop, the speakers offers top-quality performance at an affordable price.

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Item # 161617 
Manufacturer # GA6511  
brand name V7
Certifications & Standards FCC; CE
color Black
Controls Power; Volume
depth 2.1"
Ecolabel WEEE; RoHS
Frequency Response 60 Hz to 20 kHz
headphone jack Yes
height 5.9"
manufacturer V7
material Wood
model name A520S-N6
number of speakers 2.0
power source USB
Product Name A520S-N6 Speaker System
Product Type Speaker System
warranty length 1-year limited
wattage 4.6 W
weight 1.65 lb
width 3"

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V7 A520S-N6 2.0 Speaker System - 4.6 W RMS - Black 5 5 1 1
Not bad for laptop use First off, if you're buying these bacause the description says, "Material - wood", you will be sadly disappointed. They are glossy black plastic. Not even wood grain. They are powered by a USB cable (included), but still plug into the speaker jack on the computer. They are smaller than you might think from the picture. They are not bad for laptop use. Not much base, but hey, I didn't expect any. A little hum. I didn't have a CRT monitor to check out the "magnetic shielding", but I suspect you'd have problems. The speakers - besides being magnetic themselves have a strong magnet at the top of the case so thaat the two speakers will "stick" together. These magnets are strong and would be in exactly the wrong place if used with a CRT monitor. The "clipping together" is an interesting concept, but the execution is flawed. When clipped together, the two speakers (which are at the tops of the units) end up right next to each other. Any semblance of "stereo" is lost. The "stand" doesn't really work to hold them at the right angle when clipped. August 31, 2012
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