Posts Tagged ‘2.1 Speakers’
Introduction Sound isn’t a big deal to a lot of people, but let’s face it, if you didn’t care about good sound then you probably wouldn’t be reading this. Finding a decent set of speakers that sound good can be a daunting enough challenge as it is, but if you need something within a modest budget, the problem escalates by about a thousand. Kinivo thinks they have a set up that will fit into a nice budget while sounding good. The verdict has yet to be seen, but first here’s a tidbit about the company behind the M2 2.1 Speaker System.
Audio has been a major component of gaming dating all the way back to Pong and Centipede. A good soundtrack and audio reproduction adds to the overall experience of any game just as a bad soundtrack or sub par reproduction can take away from that experience. Discrete sound cards, integrated audio chips, gaming headsets and complete speakers systems are some of the more common items discussed for delivery of gaming audio. Often you will find multiple solutions in a serious gamers tool box, A gaming headset for late night gaming sessions and a speaker solution for when free to play as loud as possible.
The Predator speaker system has one of those one of a kind designs to it give it that unique sci-fi appearance. The speaker system contains 2-inch satellite speakers and a 5-inch downward firing subwoofer that produce a total output of 20 watts rms. Will this sci-fi inspired 2.1 speaker system blend in with your sci-fi addiction and offer a good value in performance? Read on to find out!
Eagle Tech has been around since 1993 (20 years) bringing the PC community PSUs, external hard drives, and other PC components. Eagle Tech has since expanded to include Bluetooth audio systems, game console, mobile, and tablet accessories. Today we will be looking at the Eagle Tech:Arion ET-AR306-BK 2.1 Compact Speaker. The Arion series are part of Eagle Tech's signature line of products. The Arion ET-AR306-BKs are driven by 2x5 watt RMS 3-in mid-range satellites with a 1-in passive radiator and a 15 watt RMS subwoofer all inclosed in a wooden enclosure to actually amplify overall sound levels. The Arion ET-AR306-BKs produce a total of 25 watts of RMS power with a peak power of 50 watts and a frequency response range of 50Hz to 18kHz. This speaker system is small and compact with only 25 watts of power, giving me a preconceived notion they might not fit the bill. Continue reading to find out if it was wise for me to make such a snap judgment.