Edifier Aurora 2.1 Speaker Review
As befits a product with the focus upon sleek design, the box is very clean and crisply designed and around the same size as a graphics card package. Lifting the lid and we find the Aurora itself neatly housed with it's piano black satellites happily reflecting your amiable reviewer.
The quality of the satellites is very high indeed. Aluminium shrouding and very heavy duty grills ensure that, despite their small size, they could withstand more than the odd knock with no ill-effects. The right hand satellite also has the volume controls mounted on top. From the top down it reminds me of the robots that used to advertise Smash.
The bass tube provides the amplification and lower frequencies. Very sleek and aesthetically pleasing with just a small LED on the front to indicate the power status. Round the back are the speaker inputs (both satellites being wired together) and the line in for your audio device.
Whilst piano black is a complete pig to photograph, it's worth it because the tube certainly looks fabulous from all angles. This is definitely a product that looks much better in the flesh than in pictures.