A “6â€² 3â€³ guy who weighs no more than a buck-65 (wet out of the shower)” wrote a review on Kensington’s SX-2000 Speakers for iPod featuring NXT Technology over at LIVEdigitally. NXT Technology is known for their flat panel loudspeaker technology and the NXT technology is used by a plethora of vendors including Kensington, Logitech, Hitachi, Philips, Pioneer, Sonos, NEC and Toyota. Here’s an excerpt from their review:
Now slim size is a nice plus and all, but for me the main question was: â€œHow does it sound?ï¿½? The answer is â€œamazing.ï¿½? The sound is rich both at high and low volumes and nice and steady throughout. Itâ€™s not a Cambridge Soundworks system, but for the price and size, it does everything we want. Weâ€™ve even started to crank up the tunes while we are in the other rooms and the sound carries well and with no notable distortion. Part of what impresses me about the Kensington unit is the NXT technology (used in the device).
Currently, the Geeks are testing out an offering by Logitech (look for the review later this week), and we’ll agree with Ron on the sound quality. Check out the entire review on LIVEdigitally’s site.