Conclusion: Another cool solution from Edifier if you are tired of tinny laptop speakers or need some new ones for your laptop/PC. Or if you just want a new bit of kit that looks good and allows you to listen to your music on your iPod/MP3 player these will do the job. Well designed, looks good, easy to use and works well. Recommended. All photos taken for this gadget review owned by Digitpedia. Please respect our copyright.
Excerpt: Stretching the term “portable” somewhat, Edifier have produced a zero compromise 2.1 portable audio solution that includes a discrete subwoofer and two satellites in a nifty little carry case. It’s all really rather pretty, with the 9w subwoofer made from brushed aluminium and two tasteful satellite speakers in a spherical design with metal weave speaker grills.
Excerpt: The Edifier MP300 Plus is a desktop 2.1 speaker system, with low frequencies taken care of by a tube-shaped subwoofer that also powers two teensy speakers. These are attached to the sub via a single bespoke connection – the cable lengths are pretty short, so there's no danger of getting any meaningful distance between the components. One of the speakers includes volume controls, and there's a 3.5mm input on the sub for your laptop or MP3 player.
Pros: Spirited, engaging sound, promising price tag
Cons: Swaggering treble, low frequencies can get lost
Excerpt: It comes with two tiny satellite speakers and a 9-Watt tubular subwoofer that's just 28cm long. Despite their diminutive size, the Edifier MP300 Plus' speakers have enough power to easily fill an apartment's lounge room with superb audio.
Portable Speaker System : Edifier,MP300 Plus Portable,Speakers
11 August 2009
Summary: While the majority of manufacturers of external speaker systems have tended to concentrate their support for the iPod platform, Edifier has adopted a more wide ranging approach with the launch of its MP300 Plus Portable System.
Conclusion: The Edifier MP300 Plus is a cool-looking, affordable PC speaker system that sounds pretty good at close range. We wouldn't recommend it if you're hoping to fill a small room with sound, though. Just stay close to your computer and you'll be happy.