Okay, Corsair, you’ve gone too far. First you dabbled in Power Supplies and then Computer Cases, but this time you’ve crossed the line and provided us with reasonably priced Speakers!? Whoever would have thought that the prominent solid state memory producer would ever venture into the speaker market? Surely, I didn’t. Today we take a look at the Corsair SP2200 2.1 Speaker System; a 46Watt 2 Satellite, 1 Sub, Ball-O-Fire. Corsairs’ website proclaims that these speakers are, “Designed for gamers and media enthusiasts who want a compact 2.1 speaker system that doesn’t take a lot of space. It delivers big gaming sound in a small package.” Today at ThinkComputers we find out how true that statement actually is.
Special thanks to Corsair for providing us with the SP2200 2.1 Speaker System to review.
Packaging & Contents
Looking over the Corsair SP2200 box you get your fill of all the information your little head could desire regarding this speaker setup. Actually if you get bored from reading the English section you can try to wrap your brain around the Italian and Spanish section.
When opening the package you are first presented with a manual (picture page) that will aid you in the use and setup of this tiny power house. The Instructions are very clear and are written so even the most audio illiterate could install these speakers on whatever they desire.
Once you have everything out of the box you have several items in front of you.
- 2x Satellite Speakers
- Safety Information foldout
- Information foldout
- Warranty guide
- ‘Stop!’ paper
- Male RCA interconnect
- Male 1/8″ stereo TRS interconnect
- Power brick and cord