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Date: June 7th, 2010
Article by: Jackie Mueller (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited By: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Eagle Tech
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PRODUCT PICTORIAL AND WALKTHROUGH



The speakers are made of solid wood with a piano black finish on the front. There are no flashy features or gimmicky designs, just an attractive set of speakers that should integrate nicely into just about any home environment.



The subwoofer has dual 5-inch drivers that yield higher SPL and deeper bass across a wider listening area, according to Eagle Tech. This is a nice looking subwoofer and I look forward to hearing first hand how the bass response is with these dual drivers.



The back of the subwoofer features left and right inputs and outputs, a hardwired power cord, and on/off switch. There are no independent subwoofer controls however, which leaves me a bit disappointed.



Each satellite speaker has dual 3-inch midrange drivers and a one inch tweeter. There are no volume controls on the satellites, so volume is adjusted by using the remote or a PC. The satellites are fairly large at nearly 11 inches tall, so keep that in mind if desk space is an issue.

 

 


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