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Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Corsair
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PRODUCT COMPOSITION



A multi-language quick start guide is included and all necessary cabling is provided. You get a cable for each of the satellites, a 3.5mm stereo cable, RCA cable set, and a power cable.



The desktop controller was packaged in a separate box, and two satellite stands are packed in there too.

 

PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH



The subwoofer is a massive piece of equipment that is about as heavy as it is large. An MDF wood enclosure houses an 8, 120W driver. The satellites, by contrast, have a relatively compact design and are constructed of plastic. Build quality is very sturdy throughout and even though the set is rather plain looking, it's definitely not ugly.



Each satellite features a 3 midrange driver and a 1 silk-domed, ferrofluid-cooled tweeter placed asymmetrically. The satellites are bi-amplified, meaning the midrange driver and tweeter are each powered by an independent amplifier for improved audio reproduction. 40W of power is delivered to each satellite and 16W is pushed to each tweeter.

 

 


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