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XPS 15 has two varients of JBL speakers?

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December 10, 2010 6:36:43 AM

Hi comrades,

I just came across a typical Dell-ish confusion.. I am in India, and expecting a replacement for my SXPS 16 with a XPS 15. Normally, Dell advertises XPS 15 has High fidelity JBL with 12 W subwoofer and 2 X 4W speakers. But in India, there is a statement from Dell that laptop has 2x3W Speakers, with 6W peak performance, 2.0 JBL speakers with MaxxWave Audio enhancement ( not MaxxAudio 3). Is this a clever trick played by Dell? Can anyone from India or Asia confirm that Dell comes with a 20W Speaker or 6W speaker ( Dell advertises the laptop with speakers as the best part, yet they fool most people. So Sad )

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December 10, 2010 8:47:35 PM


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laptop has 2x3W Speakers, with 6W peak performance

thas 6W peak performance, which mean it'll run below 3W per channel but not more than 3W even if you up the volume.

well dude, you need to think that 6W isn't much to stand by, its a laptop speaker, your not planning on making the whole world listen to what your doing, or are you?

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Dell advertises the laptop with speakers as the best part, yet they fool most people. So Sad
Welcome to the capitalist world, where advertisements are for those who want a taste of Hollywood with a small wallet size.

MSI advertise that its cards run 30% than refernce coolers, but do people stop to think that the heat is being dumped into the case?

check this out and see if it helps - http://laptoping.com/dell-xps-15.html and http://www1.ap.dell.com/content/products/productdetails...
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December 10, 2010 8:51:46 PM

To be completely honest, peak power doesn't mean a whole lot. I'd say listen to them and see how they sound, rather than judging based on power ratings alone.
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