Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Razer Mako 2.1 THX Speakers

Simply put, THX Ground Plane™ and THX Slot Speaker™ technologies work to fill the room with sound by bouncing it upwards. With a normal speaker, you can get what sound engineers call “desk bounce phenomenon”. That’s where the direct sound waves interfere with the reflected sound waves.
To combat this, the Mako system is designed to bounce the sound upward, creating an omnidirectional sound stage. The other ™’d feature, the ClassHD™ amplifier technology isn’t just another fancy name for a system with an amp.
It actually adjusts the power to the speakers in sync with the music, rather than just blasting power at constant level. That’s rather impressive from an a desktop computer speaker system.

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