Samson's Meteor M2 Multimedia Speaker System is the ideal sound solution for desktops, laptops and tablets. Through the use of premium components, innovative sound design and custom digital signal processing, the full metal Meteor M2 breathes new sonic life into your favorite music, movies and games.
Stunning Size & Lows
The Meteor M2 is carefully crafted to deliver powerful full-range sound that goes way beyond its compact size. The stereo pair speaker system combines 2.5" drivers and rear-ported passive radiators to produce exceptional low-end performance normally confined to larger speakers and 3-piece systems with dedicated subwoofers.
For those who use their computers and laptops as their primary entertainment medium, the Meteor M2 is ideal. The speaker system is designed not only to dramatically improve volume level over that of your internal computer speakers, but also to deliver a crisp, detailed stereo field in which to enjoy fatigue-free listening. This makes it the perfect choice for extended music playback sessions and watching movies.
A Desktop Dream
Ready to use right out of the box, the Meteor M2 comes with a speaker cable (integrated on passive speaker) to connect the stereo pair, as well as an 1/8" Aux cable to connect the speakers to your computer, tablet, smartphone or MP3 player. The active speaker's side panel features a Power (I/O) button, as well as a Volume control for making quick adjustments. In addition, the Meteor M2's zinc die cast construction provides solid durability, while their sleek, elegant finish looks great on any desk.
- Compact multimedia speaker system
- Sold as a stereo pair (one active speaker, one passive speaker)
- 2.5" drivers
- Additional rear-ported passive radiators produce full-range audio
- Crystal clear high-end performance
- Exceptional bass response
- Side panel Power (I/O) button and Volume control
- Includes speaker (integrated on passive speaker) and 1/8" Aux cables
- Rugged zinc die cast construction
- Sleek, elegant finish
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