ASUS Cine5 Compact Speaker Review

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ASUS Cine5 Speaker – Introduction

ASUS are renowned for producing a wide range of high-quality electronic goods including motherboards to laptops. For some time now they have also been dabbling in the audio market through their own soundcards and it would seem they are now trying to break further into this area, starting with an innovative new surround sound speaker.

Today we are going to look at the Asus Cine5 a compact unit which ASUS say is the smallest 5 channel speaker in the world. Asus claim that it produces true cinematic surround sound which is quite a formidable claim for such a small speaker.


Asus Cine5 Speaker Specification
Hardware 3x 3.5mm audio jacks
1x Headphone port
1x Power switch
1x DC IN port
1x Volume knob/Mute button
Input level 1.5Vrms for all analogue inputs
Speaker output 15W RMS
DC IN 12V/3A
Frequency Response 80~20KHz
Dimensions 373x100x100mm (with metal feet)

373x100x80mm (with rubber feet)

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