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Corsair SP2500 Reviews
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|ThinkComputers||9/10||Sep 26 '11|
|TweakNews.net||---||Feb 06 '11|
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"The bottom line is; if you’re after an amazing 2.1 set of speakers, no matter whether you are gaming, watching movies or listening to music or of course a combination, you will not be disappointed in the Corsair SP2500 2.1 PC speaker system as it simply ticks all of the right boxes and more."
"With the SP2500 Corsair has created a 2.1 system which exceeds the audio quality anything else in the same price range. In fact it produces a quality of audio which is better than many other more expensive products."
"This is something of a niche system. Most users will balk at paying $250 for a set of 2.1 speakers. Then again, there are those who do take audio much more seriously than others. While $250 is a lot of money, I feel that Corsair delivers a product worth every cent. I have been following computer audio since the days of those tiny, tinny 2.0 speakers that were battery powered. The jump to the Altec Lansing ACS-31s was massive from those terrible speakers. This was followed by plenty of competition from Creative (the original Megaworks 510D were fantastic), Klipsch (ProMedia series), and Logitech (Z-560 followed by the Z-5x00 series). Over the past 20 years we have seen tremendous leaps in sound quality in computer speakers. Now as we enter 2011, I can honestly say that these are the most accurate, well rounded, and best engineered desktop speakers that I have yet heard."
"Quality like this doesn't come cheap, as the Corsair Gaming Audio Series SP2500 2.1 Speaker Kit retails for about $200, but you get a killer speaker kit that's very well built, looks great, and has excellent audio quality."
"All things considered, Corsair's Gaming Audio Series SP2500 still deserves a spot on your short-list of 2.1 PC speaker setups. Folks who play single-player games will enjoy the crisp, detailed stereo sound, and cinephiles will love the theater-like quality of the audio in summer blockbusters. The shortcomings of this setup are worth keeping in mind, however. I'd expect great things from Corsair's second stab at the concept, but the SP2500 is no slam dunk."