LaCie firewire speakers

February 24, 2007 by aleks | 7 Comments
Filed Under Announcements, Portable Audio

LaCie Firewire speakers We’ve heard a lot about unusual sets of speakers. For your mp3 player, computer or laptop… And a lot of designs as well. Tower, wall-mountable, attached on glass and other surfaces. And here are the first speakers with firewire connection on the market. The excellent digital audio and the power needed are accessible through the built-in firewire cable. No usb, no AC power or batteries. Just plug in the firewire slot of your desktop, laptop or mp3 player and you’re good to go. They will be compatible both for Windows XP and Mac users. Sounds and especially looks interesting. These stylish and portable firewire speakers are designed by Neil Poulton. These speakers are available for pre-order for a price of 99$, and seem like a good choice to make, if you are looking for a high quality portable solution.

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7 Comments so far

  1. Rolley on November 4, 2007 01:19

    Be mindful that at this point these speakers aren’t compatible with Windows Vista. LaCie is currently working on a driver however and they expect to release it at the end of November.
    My speakers are still sitting on the shelf waiting 🙁

  2. Mårten on January 10, 2008 00:33

    Well, no driver available yet. Very annoying, to say the least…


  3. Kjetil on February 13, 2008 19:08

    Argh.. Still no drivers for Vista, it is a real shame that they haven’t released a driver yet.. real shame..

  4. nanoblech on August 27, 2008 16:11

    will this driver ever be published??

  5. tag3332 on November 5, 2009 20:22

    What a worthless company!!!
    1) They have only one or two speakers models,
    2) They are expensive and overpriced,
    3) And not youcant use them in bootcamp windows vista or 7 cause they haven’t wrote any drivers
    Lacie better be ashamed. Don’t they have enough money to pay a programmer??? But no!!! they want only the money and nothing else, screw them

  6. brisc on January 30, 2010 17:11

    i’ve just upgraded my system from Xp to Windows 7 and… surprise! my lacie firewire speakers don’t have any driver for it… the unexpected is always around the corner…

  7. Mårten on February 23, 2011 23:52

    Is there any way You could make the old XP drivers work under Windows 7 by installing them in compatibility mode or anything like that? I tried running the installer, but that did not work. Can drivers be used in compatibility mode if You are able to extract them?

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