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September 9, 2004
New from Tascam is a low-cost monitoring solution, the VL-S21. This satellite speaker system pairs two thin speakers with a powered subwoofer, designed for home recording and multimedia use. The left and right speakers include NXT technology, which provide wider dispersion, more uniform frequency response and reduced room interaction than traditional technologies, providing a full-range sound according to the company, while leaving plenty of space on your desktop.
The TASCAM VL-S21 includes a ported subwoofer that provides 5W of power to each satellite speaker and 15W to the subwoofer. The left and right speakers each employ a single driver. These drivers are also remarkably thin, allowing these stylish speakers to be used at home or in the studio.
For more information, visit their web site at www.tascam.com