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Edifier e10 Exclaim speaker set revealed
Tuesday, November 6, 2012 @ 5:40pm

Audio system designer and manufacturer Edifier has introduced the e10 Exclaim.† Edifierís Exclaim is an active bi-amped 2.0 speaker system that combines smooth curves and straight lines. Designed to complement a computer system, television or mobile device, Full integral DSP (Digital Signal Processing) and DRC (Dynamic Range Compensation) gives the Exclaim noteworthy tonal balance regardless of volume setting, and keeps any possible distortion at an absolute minimum.



Each Exclaim speaker is driven by its own internal amplifier, combining for 36 watts RMS of power to drive a total of 6 internal active speakers. In addition, 2 passive radiators are utilized in the midrange/tweeter housings to raise efficiency and dynamic range to augment deep bass and performance from the woofers. Connecting to any audio device is accomplished using the standard and included 3.5mm auxiliary cable. Built in volume and power/standby controls are located on the side of the master speaker unit. The Edifier Exclaim set is available now for $100 at the manufacturer's website.

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