EVE Audio's SC203 are now shipping
EVE Audio has begun shipping their smallest loudspeaker SC203.
SC203 is a 2-way master-slave desktop loudspeaker system which compact size and small footprint addresses professional desktops with limited space as well as home and gaming users.
EVE Audio is known for its own proprietary development of Air Motion Technology and claims to bring with SC203 the sound quality, low distortion and high resolution of its famous A.M.T. tweeter to a much smaller format speaker. SC203 houses the newly developed µA.M.T. tweeter for better high-frequency reproduction. A 3" coated-paper woofer with 1" voice coil for powerful mids and lows, 4 dedicated 30 W PWM amplifiers (one per transducer) with separate filter section for precise control and perfect integration into every listening environment and high-resolution 24bit/192kHz Cirrus Logic A/D converter complete the system. Rear passive radiators reinforce the reproduction of low frequencies and allow the speaker response to go down as low as an impressive 62Hz (-3dB) with very low distortion. Three inputs – analog RCA, digital optical and USB – allow to conveniently connecting a wide range of sources to SC203.
For extended flexibility, each speaker is provided with the FlexiPad, a v-notch shaped orange rubberized pad that allows decoupling the speaker from its base and angle it precisely at 0°, 7,5° or 15°.
The SC203 desktop loudspeaker system is now shipping. List price is 600 € per set.
More information available from www.eve-audio.com.
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