Platin Monaco WiSA Wireless 5.1 Sound Speakers
Platin Monaco WiSA Wireless 5.1 Sound Speakers
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Product Description
Engineered for exceptional audio for easy installation, the Platin Monaco WiSA Wireless 5.1 Sound Speakers can turn any space into a cinematic listening environment. Designed with simplicity in mind, these speakers are free of extraneous audio wires: Simply plug them into an AC wall outlet and play your favorite audio Read More

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zfouzan
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Jan 19, 2020
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Looks like a sleek WISA system for a very reasonable price. My issue is with the "Axiim LINK wireless USB transmitter" which significantly limits the inputs (only one USB that doesn't even support my Nvidia Shield running Android). I wouldn't think twice about being an early adopter if it was paired with a more capable WISA transmitter/receiver with more input options even if it was for a little bit more!
Jan 19, 2020
Baller46
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Jan 28, 2020
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Yes that is a limitation. If you use an Xbox for most of your streamed/gaming content, it works great in that scenario plugged directly into the back. It also works with Windows OS.
Jan 28, 2020
J_December_why
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Jan 13, 2020
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Are these Micca with THX flavor?
Jan 13, 2020
5nooze
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Jan 15, 2020
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Asking the real questions.
Jan 15, 2020
rumata13
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Jan 13, 2020
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Seems too expensive for this kind of system
Jan 13, 2020
Seeing_Red
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Jan 13, 2020
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For anyone looking, this was recently released so there are no reviews on it anywhere. Also, since there are very few WiSA compatible devices I doubt we will see reviews before the end of this drop. Just looking at it's dimensions, the 6.5" sub-woofer could be accounting for a lot of the lower frequencies of the bookshelf speakers since they are pretty small. Unless they pull some kind of Micca RB-42 like miracle. I would guess a crossover of 120Hz or more. Also being a 6.5" slim subwoofer, it won't be able to extend that low or with enough power for a large room. If it extends down to 40Hz I'd be surprised. I personally think a Sonos system would be a lot more capable for both sound and functionality if you can get the speakers for pretty cheap (Beam, 2x One SL, Subwoofer). That is considering you want the small form factor and convenience of wireless. If you don't care about wires, there are a ton of options at this price point.
Jan 13, 2020
Jrkman
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Jan 24, 2020
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Hey, man. Recently bought a WiSA-ready TV and I’m interested in the tech, though I’m relatively clueless about audio in general. The Monaco system stands out as being the only reasonably priced WiSA system by a pretty significant margin (currently $699 on Amazon). Having worked on it, can you attest to the build quality and sound? Should consumers wait for more of these products to arrive before jumping in?
Jan 24, 2020
Baller46
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Jan 28, 2020
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You are right in that the Monaco is the most reasonably priced WiSA system which and was part of the overall goal. The build quality should be there. It's hard to say when newer systems will emerge and at what street prices. That price you listed is probably on the lower range of future full 5.1 WiSA setups and is more of a promotional one at that. If there is any weak point in the system, it likely the subwoofer output SPL. Don't get me wrong, it has the bass extension and should satisfy 90% of consumers at reasonable playback levels. When really pushed it limits a bit early but a larger and more powerful subwoofer would put the system in the $1000+ range. You can always upgrade any of the speakers later as they are all compatible. This and many other WiSA systems are practically equivalent to getting loudspeakers and an AVR in a one package except the amplifiers are separate into each speaker.
Jan 28, 2020
BSPrussian
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Jan 13, 2020
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Really glad a WiSA speaker set is on Drop! Unfortunately, I'm gonna skip this release since the model doesn't go higher than 48 khz
Jan 13, 2020
Baller46
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Jan 13, 2020
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The system operates up to 48 kHz but can accept 96 kHz sources
Jan 13, 2020
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