Edifier Prisma

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August 21, 2012 3:26 PM PDT / Updated: August 21, 2012 3:26 PM PDT
The Edifier Prisma comes in white, black, and silver and is available now for $129.99. Edifier

Edifier, which has made a few funky-looking media speaker systems over the years, has now added another aesthetically interesting unit to its lineup: the Prisma, a 2.1 Bluetooth speaker system that just hit the market for $129.99.

Aside from the design, Edifier is highlighting the fact that the Prisma has a 48-watt power rating and its wired remote control is equipped with two auxiliary input ports, plus a headphone jack.

Here's the features breakdown:

  • Stream audio from Bluetooth-enabled devices from up to 10m/30ft.
  • Wired remote controller incorporates headphone out and auxiliary input ports. Additional auxiliary input located on subwoofer.
  • Separate bass adjustment control located on the subwoofer.
  • RMS power output of 48 watts via 5-inch downward-firing subwoofer, 2 3/4 inch midrange, 19mm PV dome tweeter, all magnetically shielded.
  • Price: $129.99

The system in black (click to enlarge). Edifier

The Prisma Bluetooth comes in white, black, and silver and is currently available on Edifier's Web site. Alas, it it doesn't appear to support the aptX codec, but otherwise looks pretty good on paper. If and when we get a review sample, we'll give you the full skinny on how it sounds.

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Edifier Prisma

Part Number: e3350white

    MSRP: $99.99

    See manufacturer website for availability.

    Quick Specifications See All

    • Color White
    • Speaker System Type PC multimedia speaker system
    • Nominal (RMS) Output Power 9 Watt
      32 Watt
    • Amplification Type active
    • Connectivity Technology wired
    About The Author

    Executive Editor David Carnoy has been a leading member of CNET's Reviews team since 2000. He covers the gamut of gadgets and is a notable e-reader and e-publishing expert. He's also the author of the novels Knife Music and The Big Exit. Both titles are available as Kindle, iBooks, and Nook e-books.