An equal opportunity sound experience unmatched in quality is what the MP230 is all about.

Edifier, the award-winning manufacturer of premium sound systems and bookshelf speakers headquartered in Shenzhen, China, will unveil the MP230 as its latest offering - one which has already been distinguished as a 2022 CES Innovation Award Honoree at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The MP230 is now available to order and ship worldwide.

The MP230 appears to embody what the 15-year old Edifier has made a niche as a world-class designer and manufacturer of award-winning sound systems with distributors in over 70 countries.

Edifier’s sound systems are known to deliver outstanding audio experiences through a wide range of headphones, speakers and music systems for personal and professional use.

Edifier’s CTO Stanley Wen said the MP230’s hybrid design provides an unmatched and affordable music experience to anyone.

“We are thrilled to be able to provide our audience with one of our CES Innovation Award Honoree products,” Wen said in the CES press release.

“The Edifier team is ecstatic to be able to bring an innovative product to consumers before the new year.”

Among its features: the portable stereo acoustic speakers of the MP230 are composed of two 48mm, full range drivers with integrated double passive radiators, and a wooden enclosure to provide users rich audio while also reducing the acoustic resonance.

Edifier boasts that its latest offering will offer the option to play music via the speaker’s Bluetooth V5.0 capabilities or through the AUX input and TF card and that the 16-hour playback time will give anyone all-day use no matter where they travel, while its wooden, mid-century modern design fits any aesthetic.

The MP230 will be available to purchase on the Edifier site, Mall.Edifier.com, starting Dec. 20, 2021, for a suggested retail price of $99.90.

Edifier will feature the MP230 in its booth at CES, starting Jan. 5, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

badge-edifier_photo Edifier's MP230 Provides Brilliant Sound. Photo: Edifier