One of the first things I noticed with the satellite speakers is that the build quality is rather good. The units feel solid in your hand and the driver covers are deep enough that even if you punctured the cover you shouldn’t affect the driver itself. Secondly, the satellites are quite deceptive. The driver inside the cover is actually only 2/3rd the size of the cover. Now granted the cover is supposed to be larger than the driver but not to the point where it looks like they are used to hide the true size of the driver. The driver, at most, is 2inches across which in the majority of speaker setups would make for a good tweeter but I guess we’ll see how good this tiny driver performs later on in the review.
The right satellite houses an AUX 1/8th inch input and an 1/8th headphone output on top of controls the whole setup.
The build quality of this subwoofer is even nicer than the satellite. The unit is very heavy which in terms of subwoofers is typically good. It has a large mesh cover on the output 6inch driver that’s roughly 5 times the size of the air chamber. On the back we have ports for the left and right speaker, the right being used as the main control for the whole setup and the left at just a generic output. Additionally, we have ports for an AUX RCA input which I’ll use to hook up my turntable. There is also a port for 12VDC power input.
The back of the Right satellite has 2 cables instead of 1 due the speaker setup control being located on that particular satellite.