Corsair SP2200 Gaming Audio Series 2.1 PC Speaker System
High-performance gaming audio demands lots of power. With a healthy 46 Watts, including 30 Watts dedicated to the subwoofer, the Corsair SP2200 Gaming Audio Series 2.1 PC Speaker System delivers. The side-firing subwoofer employs a true 6” powered driver — no passive or pressure drivers here — for serious gaming punch, and the satellites give you precise stereo imaging and a generous sweet spot.
What It Is and Why You Need It:
If desk space is important to you, then nothing should be bigger than it needs to be. With the Corsair SP2200 Gaming Audio Series 2.1 PC Speaker System, the compact satellites are acoustically tuned for detailed audio reproduction without relying on large enclosures. The subwoofer is small enough to put on your desk… or, put it out of the way on the floor where it might not be seen, but will definitely be heard.
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|Number of Speakers||2 + Subwoofer|
|Amplifier Power||46W (30W for Subwoofer)|
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I've had for about 9 months, they started acting up around month 5. Now one of the speakers is completely buzzing. Looking for a replacement now.
Good for price
Sub could put out more but over all it's a good buy at $50
Good for the cost.
Excellent clarity, bass a bit boomy. Good shipping speed as usual. As someone who never listens
Best All Around Deal I Found
I bought one set and was so pleased that I ordered two more for other locations. I wanted a set of speakers that would hold pipe organ music off the web and it they fill the bill.
Not too shabby
So I got a bad pair. They had a high frequency ring right out of the box. Long story short, Corsair's customer service is terrible and this site instantly took my claim and sent me new speakers. New speakers are great, but if you get a bad pair, don't try contacting Corsair unless you want a headache.
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