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The Grace Digital makes a wireless PC speaker system that includes an analog audio input. These AC-powered 2.0 computer speakers weigh 9.5 pounds.

Even though these Grace Digital computer speakers have a plain, boxy design like most desktop speakers, the sides are wrapped in faux leather, and they come in black, white and red. Both of the stereo speakers sport front-facing port holes.

Inside Grace Digital’s computer speakers, there are 1-inch tweeter drivers as well as 3.5-inch woofer driver units. While this woofer driver is midsize, it's quite big for a 2.0 desktop speaker system. It puts out impressive bass, but its low-frequency performance lags behind that of most 2.1 computer speakers. Grace Digital’s PC speakers have a power rating of 36 watts and a frequency response ranging from 50Hz to 20kHz, which limits how useful they are for gaming or home theater PCs.

Grace Digital’s desktop speakers use Bluetooth 4.0 for wireless connectivity, so you don’t have to worry about having cords strung across your computer desk. However, because they use Bluetooth to connect, you can only use them with Bluetooth-enabled computers. These speakers also have an RCA analog input and USB port. The RCA input is for connecting home electronic devices like DVD players and TVs, while its USB port is only for charging mobile devices. As Bluetooth computer speakers, they have a wireless range of 30 feet and support popular Bluetooth protocols like SBC and aptX. The USB port allows you to charge the speakers from your computer or phone.

The controls are located on the top of the left speaker, and they include volume and source buttons. Having the controls on top of the unit makes them easy to access, even if you set the speakers behind your computer or other items on your desk. These speakers don’t include a remote. However, you can use your smartphone to play, pause, skip, rewind, mute and adjust volume.

Bluetooth PC speakers, like the ones Grace Digital offers, reduce clutter on your desk and are portable. However, they don’t overcome common shortcomings of Bluetooth and 2.0 speakers like compressed audio signals and weak bass.