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Eos Wireless Multi-Room Speakers Review

by Aaron Howard August 28, 2008
EOS Wireless Speakers

EOS Wireless Speakers

  • Product Name: Eos Wireless Multi-room Speakers
  • Manufacturer: IntelliTouch
  • Performance Rating: StarStarStarStar
  • Value Rating: StarStarStarStar
  • Review Date: August 28, 2008 07:55
  • MSRP: $ 249.95
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Type: 2.1 X 4 speaker system

Colors: White, Black

Inputs: iPod Dock and (1) auxiliary input

Power:  15 VDC 1.3A (via included AC wall transformer)

Dimensions (Base): 9.75"w 8.25"h 6.75"d

Dimensions (Satellite): 5.75"w 9"h 5"d

Sound: 48 KHz

Broadcast Frequency: frequency hopping spread spectrum technology @ 2.4 GHz

Warranty: One (1) year

Weight (Base): 5 lbs

Weight (Satellite): 3 lbs

Included cables: three ft. 3.5mm, six ft. power cord (base), 2'10" power cord (satellite)

Pros

  • Rich, full sound
  • Ease of use
  • Nice design
  • iPod and Auxiliary input

Cons

  • No main volume or on/off control
  • Weak Bass
  • No EQ control
  • Finicky remote control

Introduction

The Eos Digital Wireless Multi-Room Audio System stands for simplicity and reliability at a cheaper cost. IntelliTouch wants to offer consumers a product that is easy on the wallet and easy to set up. The Eos Wireless System is the product they believe will fulfill all of those goals. Of course you can find a bigger, better, more expensive hamburger and of course there may be bigger, fancier sound systems out there, but for the cost and consistency, IntelliTouch does not want to be beat.

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Recent Forum Posts:

Clint DeBoer posts on August 28, 2008 15:48
Sonos has a lot more flexibility and options, but for $249 it's hard to beat a two speaker wireless system.
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