$4.95 each
Crisp, clear amplified sound for your iPod or other portable music player. Requires a bit of minor surgery. Cut off the proprietary Sony-Ericsson plug, and attach a 3.5mm stereo phone plug and a power source (batteries or power supply). Color-coded wires in control cable are easy to identify; red and black for 5 Vdc power, blue, green and copper for left and right audio signal. 35" cable between speakers. 15" cable between speaker and connector. Operates on 5 Vdc (power source not included). Speaker dimensions: 2.1" high x 1.8" wide x 1.2" deep. Of course, if you have the Sony-Ericsson phone/music player that these were designed for, just plug and play.
Spec sheet available in PDF format.
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Average Customer Review:  (7 Reviews) Write A Review

A customer from SAN MATEO, CA USA
can't complain for $5.
good quality - but more like a headset than a mini-speaker. thanks for the pin-out.

A customer from WALDORF, MD USA
My computer Logitech S-120 speakers stopped working and while I was changing out the amplifier board, I saw a youtube vid on converting these MPS-70s to handle USB and standard stereo headphones by DIY Perks. Out of curiosity, I purchased 3 of these with the idea of converting 2 of them into a soundbar and the third into a replacement set for the 120. And, they work nicely as a replacement for the Logitech and to my ears sound better.

Just keep expectations reasonable and don't expect it to sound as good as $1000 KLH speakers but for laptop or desktop speakers these are fine.

A customer from KIRKLAND, WA USA
Nice Speakers - here's the pin out
These are nice speakers to use with any MP3 player, the price for new is about as good as you will find. Here is the pin out for them, just chop off the connector and solder on a regular phono plug.
Red wire = 3 -5V DC power supply
Black Wire = Ground
Blue wire = left speaker
Green wire = right speaker
clear insulation wire = tie to +V to turn on the speakers (could be rigged for an on off switch). Hint, the wires, even after to strip off the insulation are hard to solder, I think there might be some sort of varnish on them, just keep the heat on and use flux.
They sound awesome with my Sansa Player !

Ricky Earp from TULSA, OK USA
Well, just OK...
I bit and got these even after reading the reviews. Should. coulda, woulda spent a little more for the Logitecs. The low end freq. resp. on these "dies" above 200Hz by measurement in ARTA audio software and a calibrated AF measurement mic. The distortion is higher than I can stand at even "background music level" for more than about a half hour at a time fed by CD or FLAC files. Low-rate MP3 files, forget 'em!

Like the flat panel speakers, these are an idea who's time hasn't come yet. There are tiny speakers made that sound good, but sadly, they aren't these. Not "knocking" AE on these, just not their best item they've had.

A customer from STONEY CREEK, ON CAN
wires hard to solder
The reason why the wires are hard to solder is because most audio and power cords of this type use high carbon wires for flexibility,but the other poster is right,just keep the heat going and use flux!!