This review provided us with answers to some of the questions we posed before the review began. Both systems impressed us, even though in reality they are much different than they appear on paper. No doubt, because of the price tag of the two systems, and because they are 2.0 and not 2.1 systems, which implies that the systems are designed for people with different requirements from most computer users, testing both systems was very strict. At the same time, we took into account the fact that these systems have a price tag that is in the field of computer multimedia systems, even if close to the upper end, and not in the real stereo systems, which cost significantly higher. Both systems will reveal very low quality files very quickly, and both provide a full, balanced sound. These are two features that differentiate these systems from any 2.1 system in the market. Both systems can function with non-computer players, and not necessarily with the user, thanks to their wireless remote control.
The SOLO7 is impressive
Let us first summarize our opinion of the SOLO7, so that we can then answer the question we posed at first, the criticism of how the SOLO6 compares to its older sister. The SOLO7 has made us wonder from the moment we saw the size of the packaging regarding its suitability for the desktop. Beyond the great place the system will catch, we wondered about the system's ability to sound good at such a distance. This turned out to be true, since while the performance of the SOLO7 when positioned on a standard table was good, they did not meet our expectations of a set of this size. However, testing the system as a room system and a relatively large distance from the listener confirmed our assessment that this system will be very suitable as a system that is not linked to the desktop, but is designed to fill an entire room. The moment they gave the speakers a place to open, they sounded simple. If so, it is clear that what we have here is not entirely a large system for the computer, but a different kind of system, with a different purpose, which will function better at the moment you demand more, and at a price you probably will not find a better system. For those of you who have a very large table, or can place the speakers on stands on their sides of the desktop so that all speaker
At least a meter from your ear, the SOLO7 will also be compatible with PC speakers, and will provide bass with power and volume that will not embarrass any 2.1 system that claims to produce a balanced sound, but in our opinion this is not the best use of this system.
But the SOLO6 is amazing
We will move on to SOLO6, which in our opinion is the surprise of this criticism. In comparison with SOLO7, it can not get down to the same frequency in the bass, and if you want to fill the whole room with the system, SOLO6 will find it difficult to do it as well as SOLO7. However, for most users who are probably looking for a good system to place on top of their desk, the SOLO6 will fit like a glove. They are large, but they are not excessively large as long as you have little room on the table. SOLO6 sounds better than any other system we've heard up to that price. The detail, the full balance along the tone, the neutral tone, and even the bass, which the absolute majority of users will not miss, is in the right balance between power and balance with the other frequencies. All these levels are above 2.1 systems up to this price, and even above other 2.0 systems we have encountered in the past (such as Creative's T20). For those who are looking for speakers
To his work environment and does not want to spend thousands of shekels. In our opinion, the SOLO6 is an excellent choice, and certainly the best we have encountered so far. In fact, their only defeat in our opinion is the performance of SOLO6 in films that require a lot of work in the bass field. If most of the intended use is listening to music, SOLO6 is the best choice for their price without a shadow of a doubt.
The price of the systems ranges from NIS 750 to SOLO6C and NISNUMX to the SOLO950C system.