On the way to digital
When talking about digital amplification, digital filters and separate amplification for each driver, SP2500 is one of the first swallows in the field. So, after our careful examination, what do we think of the SP2500?
While the sound of the system is reminiscent of a typical 2.1 system with a lack of intermediate frequency, high-frequency acuity, and a smooth transition between the stereo speakers and the subwoofer, we found ourselves dealing a lot with the sub-magnitude balance.
Our in-depth review has yielded a very interesting conclusion: unlike most 2.1 systems on the market that are primarily suited to electronic and similar styles, and less to classical and jazz styles, the SP2500 delivers significantly more balanced performance, finding the equal valley between different sound types suitable for each g Genre and genre.
System 2.1 is one of the most expensive in the computer market (about $ 250 abroad, and ranges around NIS 1300 in Israel), with high dynamic capabilities, and a good fit for most genres, with the big surprise actually being in the styles of "connoisseurs". The SP2500 did not quite meet the bar dictated by the price tag, and especially the brochure of Corsair.
Gourmets will probably still prefer to focus on a quality 2.0 system that will focus solely on music and show the nature of the sound that suits them. However, despite the disadvantages of the SP2500, it is a good multipurpose system that will suit most wealthy users who are looking for good performance in music, even for those who like to listen to classical music once in a while, and still want a system that can deliver the goods even when gaming and watching Movies.