- Perfect complement for flat screen TV MP3 player, portable CD player, laptops
- 125W subwoofer amp for high-volume levels with rich clarity
- Massive 4" woofers; Oversized cabinets for A-1 resonance
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Initial thoughts: Very loud, clear sound. PRECISELY what I was looking for. Highly recommended, and was a steal during the Shell Shocker.
Wires are pretty short. The ones meant to go behind you are longer than the front (as they should be) but I can see most people having issues. Luckily, extensions are cheap and easy to find, it's just a single RCA for each satellite. Said satellites are pretty large, but I knew what I was getting into beforehand.
Okay, here's the rundown on how the setup works: Subwoofer unit contains amplifier and woofer. Amplifies four channels, each connected by a single RCA jack. Wire is directly soldered into each satellite and is not removable. Sub has its own volume control, and the rest are controlled via the right front channel controls. The right satellite has an additional plug for controls and auxiliary inputs; it also has a 3.5mm aux in, mic, and headphone. There is an additional 3.5mm in the back to plug into your computer's mic port. Inputs are RCA type L/F for front and rear, on the back of the sub. Cables are included for those whose sound cards only have 3.5mm plugs for the front and rear channels (but no RCA-RCA). Knobs on the right satellite are for power/volume, front/rear fade, and "tone" for bass/treble bias.
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