Powered Stereo Speakers: The Peachtree Audio M24 consists of one
powered loudspeaker ("Right") and one passive loudspeaker ("Left"). The "Right"
speaker features a 6' detachable AC power cord that will need to be plugged into
an AC outlet or surge protector (sold separately). The "Right" speaker connects
to the left speaker via the included 10" length of speaker wire (which can be
swapped out for a longer or shorter length). All source inputs, as well as the
sub out are found on the back of the "Right" speaker. All controls are also
located on the "Right" speaker.
Two-Way Driver Design: Each speaker features a 1" soft-dome tweeter &
4" fiberglass woofer housed in a real-wood, bass-reflex cabinet with a
rear-firing port and acoustically transparent grille. A built-in 50 watt x 2 channel Class D amplifier in the "Right"
speaker provides power to both speakers. The result is high-quality sound
24-Bit/96kHz DAC: The Peachtree Audio M24 utilizes a 24-bit/96kHz DAC
(digital-to-analog converter) for playback of standard and high resolution audio
Bluetooth Audio Streaming: Built-in Bluetooth lets you wirelessly
stream stored music, music apps, podcasts, and other audio content on your
Bluetooth enabled source device (such as your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or
computer) to the M24 powered speakers. From the included remote control you can
operate basic playback functions, such as Play/Pause & Previous/Next Track.
You can pair multiple devices with the speaker, but only one device can be
connected at a time for playback.
Note: The M24 does not support Bluetooth hands-free communication
for making and answering phone calls.
USB-B Input: A USB-B input lets you connect the Peachtree Audio M24
speakers to your Windows PC or Mac computer for playback of 2ch PCM music files
with a bit-rate of 16- or 24-bit and sampling frequency of 44.1-96kHz.
Optical Digital Input: The M24 is equipped with one optical (toslink)
digital input for connecting an external digital audio source such as your
Blu-ray, CD player, cable/satellite box, or Apple TV. The optical digital input
supports 2ch PCM audio with a bit-rate of 16- or 24-bit and sampling frequency
of 44.1-96kHz (not compatible with Dolby Digital or DTS).
Analog/Phono Output: The Peachtree Audio M24 is outfitted with a
single stereo RCA analog input which can be used for line-level or Phono (MM).
There is a switch on the rear of the speaker that lets you choose between a
line-level or Phono (MM) audio signal.
Sub Out: A mono-RCA sub output gives to the ability to add an external
powered subwoofer for bigger bass response.
USB Charging Port: There is a rear-panel USB-A (5V/1A) charging port
that helps you keep your smartphone charged.
Simple Controls: A 3-way rotary knob on the front-panel of
the "Right" speaker allows you to
adjust the volume and select between source inputs. The main power switch is
located on the rear of the speaker. The included IR remote provides
wireless operation of the M24 powered speakers. Remote functions include -
Power, Source (Aux/Opt/USB/Bluetooth), Volume/Mute, Play/Pause, Previous/Next
Track, as well as Bass, Treble, and Flat.
Binding Post Terminals: On the back of each speaker is a set of
gold-plated binding-post terminals which tether the two speakers together. These binding-post terminals will accept bare wire (up to 12AWG),
pin-connectors, spade-lugs, and banana-plugs (single or dual). A 10 length of
speaker wire with bare-tinned wire on each end is included.
Mounting Options: The M24 powered speakers can be placed on top of a
desk, table, shelf, or stands. Eight self-adhesive rubber feet (four for each
speaker) are included which provide a non-slip surface. The rubber feet add
approximately 0.125" to the overall height of the speakers. There are no
threaded-inserts, keyhole-slots, integrated brackets to wall-mount the speakers.
Detachable AC Power Cord: The included detachable AC power cord plugs
into the back of the "Right" speaker and an AC power outlet or surge protector
Auto Standby: The M24 powered speakers will automatically go into
Standby mode when there has been no audio signal for approximately 30 minutes.