Powered compact 2.1 speaker system with Bluetooth® (White)
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Our take on the Jamo DS7 by Crutchfield's Ralph Graves
Versatile and stylish
The compact open-back satellite speakers fit easily onto a bookshelf or desktop.
The Jamo DS7 powered speaker system gives you clear, detailed and spacious sound without taking up a lot of space. The left and right stereo speakers feature a unique open-back design that's both space-saving and eye-catching.
This versatile powered 2.1 speaker system works great with your desktop computer. Or connect it to your bedroom TV through the included optical digital cable for great movie sound in a small space. You can also use the DS7 with a turntable or other audio source for a sleek stereo sound system in the den. The DS7 has Bluetooth 4.0, so you can stream near-CD-quality sound from your compatible smartphone or tablet.
Each satellite speaker has two 3-3/8” midrange woofers and a 3/4” Tetron tweeter for high frequencies. The separate powered 8” subwoofer rounds out the low frequencies. It's small enough to fit under your desk, yet it produces nice, full bass. The sub's built-in three-channel amplifier powers the satellite speakers with 30 watts each, while pumping 60 watts to the bass driver. High-quality binding posts ensure solid connections.
- three-piece powered system with two satellite speakers and a subwoofer
- Bluetooth 4.0 for high-quality wireless music streaming from smartphones and tablets
- Toslink optical digital input
- analog 3.5mm stereo minijack input
- all connecting cables and speaker wire included
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
Satellite speakers (each):
- one 3/4" Tetron tweeter
- two 3-3/4" paper cone woofers
- 3.5mm-thick high gloss backless enclosure
- high-performance binding posts
- 4"W x 12"H x 3-1/2"D
- weight: 3.75 lbs.
- 8" side-firing speaker
- built-in 3-channel amplifier with 30 watts RMS x 2 for the satellite speakers and 60 watts RMS for the subwoofer
- 12"W x 10"H x 15"D
- weight: 17.4 lbs.
What's in the Box:
- 2 Satellite speakers
- Powered subwoofer
- Subwoofer grille (pre-installed)
- 5.5' AC power cord
- Remote control
- 2 "AAA" batteries
- Two 6' lengths of speaker wire
- 6' Stero minijack-to-RCA cable
- 8 Small rubber feet
- 4 Large rubber feet
- User Manual
- Important Safety Instructions
- Warranty Information
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Satellite Speakers: The Jamo DS7 includes a pair of satellite speakers for room-filling stereo sound. Each satellite speaker features a 0.78" (20mm) tetron tweeter with neodymium magnets and two 3.4" paper cone woofers mounted in a beautiful, high gloss, 3.5mm thick backless enclosure that delivers extraordinary clarity and detail. Audiophile-grade binding post connections and speaker wire are included in to connect to the speakers to the subwoofer's built-in amplifier.
Powered Subwoofer: The Jamo DS7 speaker system includes a powered subwoofer with a side-firing 8" paper cone woofer, rear-firing bass port, and a built-in amplifier that delivers 60W to the subwoofer and 30W to each satellite speaker (120W total system power). You can adjust the overall volume of the system and the system's bass level independently through control knobs on back of the powered sub or from the included IR remote.
Bluetooth Audio Streaming: The DS7 speaker system utilizes Bluetooth 4.0 technology for wirelessly audio streaming from your smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. You'll be able to wirelessly stream stored music, music apps, and other audio content from your Bluetooth source device to the Jamo DS7. You'll also be able to control volume, play/pause, and previous/next track functions from the included remote control. Advanced music browsing and song/artist/album information still has to be done from your Bluetooth source device.
- You can pair multiple Bluetooth source devices, but only one can be connected at a time. Once paired, the DS7 will automatically re-connect with the last previously connected device when in wireless range.
- The DS7 does not support Bluetooth hands-free communication for phone calls.
Analog & Digital Inputs: In addition to Bluetooth wireless connectivity, the DS7 is equipped with analog & digital inputs. There is an analog stereo RCA input and a digital optical (toslink) input for connecting the speaker system to your TV and one other audio source. The optical digital input only supports 2ch PCM (not compatible with Dolby Digital/DTS). The analog & digital inputs are found on back of the powered sub.
Binding Post Terminals: There are a pair binding post terminals on the back of each speaker and two pair of binding post terminals on back of the powered subwoofer. Two 6' lengths of speaker wire are used to connect the satellite speakers to the built-in amplifier of the powered subwoofer. You can substitute the included speaker wire with better quality speaker wire or longer lengths of speaker wire.
Remote Control: The Jamo DS7 comes with an IR remote control for wireless operation of the speaker system. Control source selection, adjust or mute the volume, and even pair Bluetooth using the IR remote. You also get play/pause & previous/next track controls on the remote for source connected via Bluetooth.
Note: There is a power on/off switch, input button, pairing button, volume control knob, and bass level knob on back of the powered sub.
Detachable AC Power Cord: The included 5.5' detachable AC power cord plugs into the back of the powered sub and into and AC wall outlet or surge protector (sold separately).
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The speakers are self powered so, yes, you could use them with a computer. [ Ryan May 23, 2018 ] Staff