PRICE SLASHED ON AKTIMATE BLUE SPEAKERS
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As good as our word, here’s a gilt edged bargain.
It’s the Aktimate Blue speakers that usually sell for $999. Right now they can be yours for $599 from Scorptec Computers.
And it’s even sweeter knowing the AktiMate Blue speaker are designed and manufactured by Epoz, a small Australian brand from Sydney’s Northern beaches and one with a global footprint these days.
The AktiMate Blue is one model from a range of AktiMate speakers. It’s a self-powered model that’s racked up plenty of praise and awards, in fact our friends over at What Hi-Fi? gave them a 5 star review.
For a desktop speaker, the Blue generates plenty of enjoyable SPLs thanks to a cabinet that’s 32cm high. Larger than the usual run of desktop bangers, but required to generate a big soundfield.
Your $599 buys a beautifully crafted model with analogue stereo inputs and three digital connections USB (24-bit/96kHz), optical and coax (both handle 24-bit/192kHz data streams) along with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.
Drivers installed in each Blue are a 25mm dome tweeter and a 16.5cm polypropylene mid/bass driver.
The Blues come with a handy credit card remote.
At a full $400 off the retail price, there's never been a better time to buy Blue, in Red, White or Black (oddly, there's no Blue option!).
Peter was formerly the Audio-Video Editor of the Herald Sun for over two decades. One of the most-respected tech and audio journalists in Australia, Peter brings his unparalleled experience and a unique story-telling ability to GadgetNET.
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