Axiom Unveils Super-Fancy PC Speakers


Aside from cranking out computer sound, the Audiobyte can also play and power your iPod.

Axoim's Audiobyte belts out high-end audio for PC-sized devices -- as well as the iPod.

Nov. 19, 2007 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Let’s disturb the neighbors—in the next cubicle. Axiom just announced its Audiobyte computer speakers, a sure-fire way to find yourself unemployed by the end of the year.

These high-end computer speakers come with a stand-alone amp and two satellite speakers cranking 55 watts each. If you really want to cheese-off your co-workers, you can opt for the subwoofer ($179) as well.

Other features include a frequency response between 100 and 20kHz, and a USB plug to power and play iPods.

Choose from seven finishes; synthetic models are $349, high-gloss synthetic run $399, and real wood will cost you $559.

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