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Mini External USB Stereo Speaker

SKU: ADA3369

$23.75 AUD, inc GST
$21.59 AUD, exc GST

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Mini External USB Stereo Speaker
23.75 AUD

SKU: ADA3369

$23.75 AUD, inc GST
$21.59 AUD, exc GST
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Add some crisp and compact audio to your project with this Mini External USB 2.0 Speaker. It's USB-only and does not require or use a 3.5mm audio jack. You'll get great audio, even with a device that doesn't have a head phone jack. And since it is powered over USB, there's no need to charge it by other means, merely plug it into your desired device's USB port and listen to the audio flow. Compact and convenient to carry, it's simple and practical. With 2 built-in speakers and no battery or adapter needed, this plug-and-play speaker is perfect if you need a quick and portable audio solution.

Works great with a Raspberry Pi, or any other computer. For use with the Pi, check out Adafruit's guide which will show you how to set it up so it is the default output and then test it.

Goes great with Adafruit's USB speaker, if you want your own recording and playback setup.

Technical Details

  • Voltage: 5V
  • Total power: 2 x 2W
  • SNR: 60dB
  • Impedance: 4 ohm

Cable Length: 1,168mm / 46"

Product Dimensions: 84.0mm x 43.0mm x 32.0mm / 3.3" x 1.7" x 1.3"

Product Weight: 73.6g / 2.6oz

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Documentation and Resources:
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Customer Reviews

  1. Review by Robert verified purchaser
    Rating
    80

    Quality of sound as to be expected for price. Easy to setup . Good product (Posted on 20/07/2017)

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