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Scythe Kama Bay Speaker unveiled

Posted on Sunday, February 17 2008 @ 19:37:34 CET by

Here's an odd new product from Scythe, their new Kama Bay Speaker is a boom box that fits into a 5.25" drive bay. This unit features four concaved shape speakers and is powered by a 4-pin Molex connector. I'm not sure how well these speakers will sound but it's probably better than nothing if you have a very small desk and lack room for a pair of real speakers.
This 5.25inch build-in type bay speaker provides a quality stereo sound despite of its restricted dimension and power. Quad build-in concaved shaped speakers to maximize the sound power. Black, silver and white colors are available to match with your PC case front panel, and silver finished speaker doom to provide the luxury appearance to your PC system. Volume controller and power ON/OFF switch are build-in as an extra feature. Still suspicious in the quality of this speaker sound? Try it for your own to hear the sound and feel the quality of this 5.25inch bay boom box!
The Kama Bay Speaker is available in black, silver and white versions to match the colour of your case. It's priced at 15EUR ($19) without taxes.

Dimension: 148.5 x 100 x 42.5mm (WxDxH)
Output: 1.5W + 1.5W (Stereo)
Speaker Type: 2 Channel with Build-In Amplifier
Speaker Unit: 1.25inch Concave Shape Metal Type
Input Connecter: Stereo Mini Plug (3.5mm)



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