Despite its ultra-compact shape, the Edifier ‘Sound To Go’ delivers powerful stereo sound. It features one oblong 3-inch subwoofer and two 1-inch mid-range drivers and two 1-inch tweeter drivers, along with a built-in amplifier and a handy volume control. Although it measures just 10-1/2 inches wide by 1-1/2 inches high by 1-3/4 inches deep, the ‘Sound To Go’ delivers clear, immersive stereo sound, thanks to its precision high-quality magnetically shielded drivers. The speaker’s rich, brushed-aluminium finish is accented by its black front grille and sidepieces, for a look that complements any laptop.
“Edifier’s Sound To Go continues to exceed our expectations by winning its third award in just this one year,” said Anthony Wilkinson, Managing Director, Edifier International Ltd. “Recognition on this level supports our goal of becoming a world-class, internationally recognised company.”
The Red Dot Design Award is a coveted international product design prise awarded by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen in Essen, Germany. Outstanding design quality and trendsetters are ideal candidates for this award. The winners will be celebrated at the Essen Aalto-Theatre and then at the red dot design museum on July 4th.
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EDIFIER INTERNATIONAL is a leading global designer and manufacturer of award winning audio speaker products that feature contemporary design and high sound quality. Founded in Beijing in 1996 and with offices in Beijing, Vancouver, Australia, Hong Kong and Buenos Aires, Edifier has sales in more than fifty countries and has become a world-class international audio components manufacturer providing unique, inspirational, visually elegant and functional audio solutions for home, consumer electronics and PC multimedia applications. Now with 3,000 employees producing more than eight million sets annually, the company has won numerous international design awards, including breakthrough CES Innovations Design and Engineering Awards (CES 2008 (two awards), CES 2010 (one award) and 2011 (one award)) in the U.S.; iF Product Design awards in 2008 (two awards) and in 2011 (one award) and a Red Dot Design Award in 2009 (two awards), 2010 and 2011 in Germany; and a Good Design Award in Japan in 2008. For more information please go to http://www.edifier-international.com/