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Sunday, September 4, 2016

Dell 2.0 Speaker System with Waves Maxx Audio - AE215




Surprising sound quality for desktop speakers.   These set up without reading any instructions which is good since so many people hate to read instructions.   The speakers are attractive and as mentioned quite surprising sound quality.   The fact that they use USB power rather than an electric outlet is a mixed blessing.  I like it because the system I put it on had USB ports to spare and the lack of another cord snaking down to the UPS is good.  For those who are lacking USB ports the inability to plug in the speakers could be a downer.   The vendor emphasizes that the speakers have a headphone jack which although it is a good feature, one would almost expect that in a speaker set of this quality.  Overall impressive quality at a reasonable price of $43.00 at Amazon. 



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