Producing crisp highs and mids while delivering rich lows, Exclaim Connect is ideal for PC/laptop audio. With a unique look that seamlessly blends smooth curves and straight lines, this bookshelf speaker Edifier E10BT Exclaim is also the perfect accessory for your desktop.
Each satellite houses 3 active speaker drivers and 2 passive radiators, maximizing audio performance. The upper section of each satellite contains two 1½” midrange/tweeters and a 1½” by 3″ passive radiators. While the base section contains a 3″ woofer and a 3″ passive bass radiator for rich, powerful bass.
The Edifier E10BT Exclaim is one of life’s nice surprises: a 2.0 speaker system that not only looks a lot more expensive than it is, but sounds it too.
The key to the Exclaim’s success appears to lie in its unusual design. The base at the bottom of each one contains a 76.2mm woofer and a matching bass radiator, while the silver column that rises from the front contains two 38mm high-frequency/mid-range tweeters and another 38mm radiator.
Because the silver columns are angled backwards, the sound is more or less aimed directly at your ears, enabling them to make the most of the two 8W and two 10W of power they have on tap, the amplifier for which is built into the left “active” speaker, with the right “passive” speaker connecting to it using the cable supplied.
As should be obvious by now, sound quality is where the Edifier E10BT Exclaim excels. It won’t be the loudest or most audiophile-friendly system you’ve heard, but it sounds better than you’d expect given its price. Movie dialogue, vocals and instruments are all rewarded with decent fidelity, while the bass is weighty without being thunderous or overbearing.