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In an industry that seems increasingly focused on speaker docks for iPhones and wireless streaming, quality 2.1 speaker systems for PCs are becoming more and more of a rarity. That makes the affordable, $129 (direct) Pioneer S-MM751RU 2.1 computer speaker system a nice surprise. While neither the easiest on the eyes nor flawless in terms of performance, the S-MM751RU packs powerful audio performance, with adjustable bass response and a wired remote that includes mutltiple inputs for SD Cards and USB devices. You'd be hard-pressed to find a common, modern audio device that can't connect directly with the system, and even though it suffers from some deep bass distortion at high volumes, the overall volume, bass level, and device or computer volumes can all be adjusted to counteract this shortcoming. Far from a masterpiece, the S-MM751RU is nonetheless a capable system when used reasonably, making it a great value in the shrinking, affordable 2.1 PC speaker field. DesignThe S-MM751RU isn't going to win any beauty contests. The angular 7.1 by 3.9 by 3.1-inch (HWD) speakers are probably meant to look edgy or futuristic, but the overall effect is pure Radio Shack.
By SlashGear, published 07-08-2011
Pioneer has outed its latest speakers, the the S-MM301 and S-MM751RU are both intended for computer users rather than those looking for something to blow their faces off during an action movie. The S-MM751RU is a 2.1 set pushing 10W to each angular satellite speaker and 20W to the subwoofer, and comes with a nifty [...]