with the proliferation of Bluetooth speakers, it surprises us to find one, such as this sleek triangular profile FC10 Triangle Speaker System from Chinese speaker maker Microlab, that still takes on the traditional 3.5mm audio jack route as the only form of interface. still that doesn’t detract us from digging the aesthetic (which is unique by today’s standard) and the real kicker is, this desktop speaker system cost just $77 a pair and it will definitely works with virtually any form of sources. though affordable, the FC10 does not save on performance, well, at least on paper it looks to be quite a well-rounder with exception of the connectivity department.
features include 30W (2x 15W) of audio output, built-in Digital Signal Processing (DSP), integrated amplifier (unspecified, though), 0.5-inch tweeter, 2.25″ full-range driver, bass reflex design, and of course, a contemporary design, comprising of metal grille and rubberized sides, that defies traditional desktop speaker form. the Microlab FC10 Triangle Speaker System comes in choice of black, blue, pink and white and can be acquire from Amazon, Newegg, as well as Walmart.