Desktop control pod controls power, volume, and bass, and has headphone jack and auxiliary input. For any further queries please contact Cyber Acoustics Customer Support Number@360-823-4100 or email@example.com
Enjoy the thunderous bass response from the CA-3602a speaker system by Cyber Acoustics. This three-piece system includes two 2-inch satellite speakers and a 5.25-inch subwoofer with a throw voice-coil and tuned port for an enhanced response. The sleek design of the satellite speakers will compliment any desktop computer or any small entertainment system. Conveniently control the speakers using the desktop pod that also has a headphone jack and auxiliary input.1-Year Warranty. For any further queries please contact Cyber Acoustics Customer Support Number@360-823-4100 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here.[PDF]
The pod gives you full control of the speaker system. It includes an On/Off switch, LED power indicator, master volume and bass volume control, headphone output jack, and auxiliary input. Connects to your phone, tablet, gaming system, or computer.
The CA-3602 satellites are magnetically-shielded with two-way 2 inch high efficiency drivers, providing crisp, clean stereo separation.
Housed in an acoustically tuned wood cabinet with a 5.25 inch Power Pro bass driver, the CA-3602’s subwoofer instills a solid, deep audible experience no matter what you’re listening to.
Audio for Every Room
Affordable price never sounded so good. The CA-3602 is a 2.1 speaker system with clear audio and thunderous bass performance. The system delivers 62 watts peak power and 30 watts RMS for powerful room filling sound.
Finally found what I was looking for! The Cyber Acoustics 3 pc has AMAZING sound for the price range! When it comes to sound I'm pretty picky. The sub-woofer is perfect. Speakers look nice. Sound is full and has volume. I'm sure if you buy a system for $150 or more it will sound better (I would hope so) ....but this is not $150 this is only $39 and would have paid more.
Keep in mind that the volume on your output source, equalizer settings, sound card, programs you may or may not have that improve the sound quality will effect your speakers performance. Don't forget to tweak all that... (I use the program "hear" for my mac)
The desktop pod is great (Which has controls for your bass, speaker volume, aux jack, and headphone jack.)
I recently returned the Logitec Z240 which was crap. The bass is a joke and sound was flat. If $40 is your budget look no further go with this! It's terrific for music, streaming Netflix, dvd's ect..
This is the first time I have ever bothered to review a product, but am so pleased with this particular product I thought I'd share.
I will defiantly be purchasing more of these units for other rooms and bathrooms for ipod use.....just order it
One more thing...People why do we rate products one star due to shipping discrepancy or amazon customer service??? Sure go ahead and mention it in your review, but don't let that affect your overall rating...You are rating the PRODUCT, not Amazon...(at least that's why I use the reviews as a resource for purchases)
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I'll keep simple and as short as possible:
I was familiar with Cyber Acoustics before I bought these and had used their smaller two piece systems and one 3 piece as well and overall I was very impressed with the sound quality of what I had heard.
Therefore I shopped Amazon to save $10 or more over my local Office Max and also have a greater selection to replace my old computer speakers and started with a CA two piece that looked slick but uncharacteristically were awful. Great thing about Amazon, easy free returns and exchanges so I stepped up to these and have been very pleased.
I will simply say this; I am a musician with a very picky ear for sound. I do not like to listen to any music on anything that is not high-end quality. The first pair of speakers I ever bought as an Adult for my home sound system was a pair of ADS Speakers that in 1988 cost $700 (I was a kid). Speakers make your system, period.
My review of these is simple; if you are wanting to save some cash and/or have a regular sized office you will love these speakers for several reasons:
They sound great up to a more than reasonable high-end Volume and Bass setting without distortion that is plenty loud enough to piss off your office or house mates (or the spouse) and possibly even your neighbors and they have a few simple but very nice extra features. The peak sound is very high but doesn't sound good, however, if you need this much volume you need to spend a few hundred dollars and look elsewhere. BOTTOM LINE: This system rocks and has great sound.
Nice Features: The sound wheel which you can set on your desk and allows you to turn the speakers on and off with I personally love.Read more ›
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Before buying a new set of computer speakers, I read dozens of reviews on Amazon, Best Buy, and other sites. Overall these speakers got good reviews but the key buying point was the fact that they didn't get any negative reviews or 1 star ratings,unlike Logitech, Altec Lansing, Bose etc. The added bonus was that the speakers came with a volume wheel (allowing quick sound adjustment)and an aux. hookup on the wheel for an ipod. Auxillary jack included. I'm primarily using these speakers to watch Netflix movies (on my computer) and to listen to an ipod. Although I'm not an audiophile, I recognize good sound when I hear it--especially in this price range. Anyone looking to upgrade OEM speakers these are an excellent choice. You won't be disappointed in the sound quality or features.
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I've been very impressed with this sound system since purchasing it about 2 months ago. The sound quality, volume, build quality, and overall aesthetics are outstanding, and outperform in my mind much more expensive systems I've spent a significant amount of time listening to or even previously owned from Bose, Klipsch, JBL, Logitech, or Cambridge SoundWorks. My only complaint is the on/off switch is a bit tough to flip with its location on the side of the volume dial rather than a push button on the side or top of the volume dial. Other than that, the range of the satellite speakers is excellent, and as long as you fine tune the bass volume out of the box, the system has excellent sound quality and can reach a floor rattling volume without much distortion. All for a bargain basement price.
I challenge anyone considering buying a system like Bose Companion 3 to try this first. You won't regret it. I will never overpay for quality desktop speakers again, and I would consider a full-sized home theater system from Cyber Acoustics if they made it.
For those looking for the system's specifications, I've listed them straight from the box:
30 watts total RMS 62 watts total system peak power 5.25" sub 2" satellite Magnetically shielded MP3 holder Short auxiliary chord, in addition to computer input chord