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Apple Design Speaker II
The Apple Design Speakers have one driver in each enclosure, even though they have an opening to make it look like there are two (it's most likely a bass reflex design). But what I like about these speakers is that they're not big, yet they're fairly loud. I also like the ability to connect a device via RCA cables. I currently have my miniMac connected that way, and my iMac is connected via the headphone jack on the back of the speakers. This means no switching connectors or dealing with adapters.
Along with the PowerCD, Apple released two versions of their desktop speakers: the AppleDesign Powered Speakers and the redesigned AppleDesign Powered Speakers II a year later. The original speakers came in Platinum gray to match Apple's desktop line, while the second generation were curvier and also came in a darker gray color designed to match the PowerBook line and PowerCD. Both were powered with an AC adapter and could be attached to any audio output source, with two separate inputs for the computer and an external CD player. Both had a headphone jack in the front of one speaker along with the volume control and an optional subwoofer connection port on some models.
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