Sony’s Speakers SRS-GD50iP With iPod Dock And Sony Invincible SRS-DB500
Sony Invincible SRS-DB500 & Sony SRS-GD50iP Speakers Get Shown Off
By Mey Lia
Sony has unveiled 2 brand new sets of PC speakers that were believed to have the capability to blow all other PC speakers off the stage. Maybe that statement is too bold to be stated, but I guess Sony is quite reputable company over the years, so probably it’s true about that statement.
One of the new set PC speaker is named with Sony Invincible SRS-DB500, it has a lot of outstanding features pock-mark the Invincible set, such as the integrated S-Master digital amplifier technology that had originally graced Walkman products only, as well as Sony Hi-Fis.
The sonic performance of the Sony SRS-DB500 speaker is awesome due to the amp as a 150W bass reflex system is used to manage the low-end frequencies with a long stroke 160mm driver and magnet. The 2 compact satellite speakers that are both packed in 75W also releases a mid and high range sounds crisply and clearly. Compare to analogue amps, the all-digital amplification of the SRS-DB500 actually reduces power consumption by up to a staggering 85%.
The other Sony Speakers that is launched is Sony SRS-GD50iP, this kind of model is the first 2.1 PC audio system from Sony and the package of the SRS-GD50iP is including the iPod/iPhone dock as well. Compare to the other Invincible Sony Speakers, the SRS-GD50iP speakers is not as great as the SRS-DB500 because each satellite speaker for SRS-GD50iP is only capable of 10W and as for the sub, it’s set at 40W.
But the plus point for the Sony SRS-GD50iP is that it comes together with iPod dock so it will make you easier to play your iPod using the Sony SRS-GD50iP so that you don’t need another route to connect your iPod and the speakers.