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This review is from: Corsair Gaming Audio Series SP2500 High-power 2.1 PC Speaker System
Pros: They not so loud that they'll make your ears bleed but I found that when cranked, they shake stuff. The set will send you to your EQ's in your sound driver and FooBar not to correct distortions, but to squeeze more joy from your tunes. After which, the Corsairs will crank all the way to the top without piercing eardrums (damm!) or distorting (hurray!). I have them plugged into a 6-yr old Soundblaster Fatal1ty card. The speaker cords were long enough for me, and I have a full 3ft deep office desk with a back that stops 6" short of the floor that the wires had to go around to get to the sub i have parked under there. The mini to dual RCA signal cable was more of a concern as my comp is on desk but it made it to the sub ok. The display is readable at obligue angles, it's just no IPS. My Sennheiser HD595 headphones sound just as good hooked up to the remote as they do to my soundcard. Hiss was found to be be bleedover from the mic on sound card & SVM. When disabled, hiss was minute
Cons: Having to tape down stuff that these speakers shake.
Other Thoughts: Even though they have a recognized name, I've never gotten around to buying a Corsair product until now. It's good to know that there are companies left that still pride themselves on selling good product, and not just their good name.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The Setup is easy to navigate and while I haven't tried to push the board much, I've visited many of the settings as well as the included software and have had no averse experiences with any of it. So far, a very clean product.
Cons: noneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: 3 out of 4 isn't bad? Aside from the bad stick, there have been no problems with the memory. G.Skill was pretty easy with the RMA procedure.
Cons: Not much besides the one bad stick.READ FULL REVIEW