Edifier Intros Portable AIO Speaker System

Looking to turn your laptop, smartphone or tablet into a portable party machine? Edifier may have what you need with the release of Sound To Go PLUS, an all-in-one micro speaker system with a built-in rechargeable Lithium Ion battery and a soft protective carrying pouch for safe transportation while on-the-go.

"Sound To Go PLUS is a self-contained portable mini speaker system that delivers exceptional audio performance above and beyond any built in laptop or tablet speaker.  Sound To Go PLUS is a great solution for home, business and travel use," the company said on Thursday.

Encased in a brushed aluminum chassis, Sound To Go PLUS features a two-channel stereo with two full range 1.25-inch drivers on each channel (magnetically shielded). It also features a built-in ‘Class D’ amplifier and a 3 x 1.25-inch magnetically oval passive radiator (5Ω). An auxiliary input enables the use of multiple host devices such as ‘smartphones’ and iPads (any MP3 enabled device).

The product page specifically states it has USB audio streaming capabilities in addition to the auxiliary input. The battery promises up to 10 hours of playback, and its overall size is 10.28 x 3.6 x 4.4-inches, weighing a mere .82 pounds.

Here are additional specifications:
* Total power output: RMS 1W x 2
* THD + N (testing level): 0% Signal to noise ratio:≥75dBA
* Frequency response: 20Hz - 20KHz Distortion: ≤1%
* Input sensitivity: USB -- 800mV ± 50mV (THD+N=1%) AUX -- 500mV ± 50mV (THD+N=1%)

Sound To Go PLUS can be purchased from Edifier here for $49.99 USD, and at retailers across North America.


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  • ughmas
    that thing is massive.. ill take the x mini II for half the price and fits in your pocket
  • nukemaster
    If they sound half decent, for the price it may not be too bad. I mean laptop speakers seem to vary greatly in audio quality.
  • danwat1234
    Yay 2 watts... and it has a radiator why? I think you mean RAMsinks.