What's in the box?
The speakers come in a relatively large package speakers
2.1 configuration. The subwoofer is protected by cardboard and the satellite speakers and control pod are packed in plastic bags. On the box are technical details, and on the rim of the box is a guide to proper installation of the speakers, a very nice addition.
The bundle that comes with the set is fairly average, it contains instruction booklets, a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable and an adapter from a 3.5mm RCA connection.
Below is the technical specification of the speakers as taken from the company's website:
- Two 3.5mm inputs on the subwoofer and one inlet on the control pod
- Separate amplifiers for subwoofer, midrange (intermediate frequencies) and tweeters (high frequencies) that provide 33 watts RMS per channel in the midrange, 33 watts RMS per channel in tweeters and 68 watts RMS for subwoofer, a total of 200 watts RMS
- כל speaker The satellite contains a Midrange unit that is responsible for the 3-inch intermediate frequency and unit Twitter Which is responsible for high-frequency single-inch frequencies. The subwoofer, which is responsible for low frequencies, contains an 6.5-inch driver
- 40Hz - 20KHz response range
- Harmonic distortion including (THD) of 10 at maximum power
The technical specification looks absolutely standard for the system speakers
To the computer, except for high power. We are not satisfied with the Subwoofer sub-unit, because in this price tag we expect the deep and powerful bass that the MXNNUMX's 6.5driver will not be able to deliver, in our opinion, of course. On the other hand, one thing that surprised us was separating the amplifier into Midrange, Twitter and the subwoofer. There is no doubt that separating the amplification will help improve audio quality and reduce distortions.