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Old 13-03-2009
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Philips SBA1510/27 Laptop speakers

The manufacturer Philips offers a small pair of speakers to go mobile with your digital or your NOTBOOK, the speakers SBA1510/27.

The set comes in the form of a foundation on which fit two speakers (one above and one below), each equipped with a small loudspeaker 5 centimeters in diameter.

The system can deliver up to 2 Watts RMS with a frequency response between 100 and 20 000 Hz. The connection to the source is made via an analog audio jack 3.5 mm, while the food is done using three batteries with an autonomy of 20 hours.
Note also the presence of a USB cable from the data sheet, seems to serve food for people who do not have batteries on hand, not for the audio stream then.

Visual Kit Philips (click to enlarge)

Characteristics:


  • System 2.0
  • Connecting analog 3.5 mm
  • Speaker 5 cm
  • Power: 1 x 1 W RMS
  • Frequency Response: 100 to 20 000 Hz
  • Finish: Black
  • Power supply via the USB port or battery operation (3 x LR06 1.5V)
  • Autonomy on batteries: until 20:00
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