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Today we are going to invite you to get acquainted with a very interesting multimedia acoustic stereo system – Swans S200A from HiVi Company. It is especially interesting to take a look at because it is positioned as a High-End solution and is targeted for PC users!

Before we start discussing this interesting product let me say a few words about HiVi Company. It is very popular in the US market and its products are beloved by the most pretentious user group: music lovers. Broad model range and diversity of products that are presented on the company’s official web-site give us every reason to believe that HiVi has very solid production base. And this is absolutely true. If you check out the Company section of their site, you will see that a lot of well-known people who have contributed greatly to electro-acoustical science are among the founders of the company. Moreover, it is HiVi that owns the patent for Planar Ribbon Tweeters that have been employed by numerous industry top-brands.

The merger with Swans provided the opportunity for complete system research and design. Within a few short years, the company’s strategy bore its fruit: they won numerous awards from prestigious shows.

We would like to thank HiVi Swans Company for giving us the opportunity to take a closer look at the acoustic system – S200A. It won our hearts at first glance. But before we continue let’s take a look at the official specification sheet.

Technical Specifications

Manufacturer

HiVi

Model name

Swans S200A

Type

2.0 multimedia Hi-End stereo system

Low-frequency driver (woofer)

S5N-5

High-frequency driver (tweeter)

TN28

Supported frequency range

47Hz – 20kHz (-6dB)

Harmonic distortions

100Hz – 20kHz <1% (2.83V/1m)

Impedance

5Ohm

Output power

32W x 2

Signal-to-noise ratio

>86dB

THD

<0.06%

Dimensions

195x246x363mm

Weight

8.4kg

Price, USD

MSRP: $549
Insider price: $449

 
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