|Item model number||G5.1 3500|
|Item Weight||14 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14.6 x 17.3 x 10.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||14.57 x 17.32 x 10.8 inches|
Genius GX-Gaming 5.1 Surround Sound 80 Watts Gaming Speaker System with Remote Control (G5.1 3500)
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- Total output power 80 watts (RMS)
- 6.5-inch driver delivers heart-thumping bass
- Standby mode selection
- Remote control for adjusting volume and bass
- Headphone jack for private listening
- Colorful LED indicator
- Total output power 80 watts (RMS)
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Looking for powerhouse stereo sound while playing games or watching movies? Then it’s time for the new 5.1ch surround sound gaming speaker, SW-G5.1 3500, from the Genius GX gaming series. SW-G5.1 3500 delivers rich 80 watts of dynamic digital surround sound effects from a 5.1ch source input. With a heart thumping 6.5” subwoofer, SW-G5.1 3500 explodes with deep bass vibrations, no matter if you’re in a fierce game battle or listening to blasting bullets from your favorite movie. The satellite speakers come equipped with a hook design you can easily mount to the wall for a cinematic experience. The dual input is great for use with a PC 5.1ch sound card, PC, MP3/CD player or TV audio devices. Just use the remote control to adjust the volume and bass, or change to a different 2CH or 5.1ch input source. The subwoofer LED displays random colors when playing music or movies for visual impact. SW-G5.1 3500 is ideal for any game enthusiast, just turn it on and be encompassed by an immersive 360 degrees audio experience.
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Power Management Issues:
I tested this first due to the reviews, however I have not ran into a problem with this. If there is no sound and the computer volume is below 50% they will shut off and not play sound for a long while. This, in my case never happened.
What I do notice, is if you crank up the volume on the speakers (not the computer) all the way up or to a higher setting and try to use the computer as a "fine control" you will get an excessive amount of humming and buzzing from the speakers during use and during times of no volume. This to me should not be. As these are to replace my old CyberAcoustic set (over 7 years old) which never hummed and I have always used them on "full power" by the speaker and used the computer to control the volume.
When hooked up to the sub and you are playing high quality audio, these speakers are very nice! On low quality audio these speakers lack quite a bit. I know that can be expected but it is in an "unneeded" way or excessively noticed.
It was quite larger than I had expected, especially based on the photo. I thought it was more 'cube' like but it is a large rectangle. Too large for my L shaped desk even- however, it just put it where I had my old sub (in an open shelf area off the floor).
The sub has a very short power/audio cable which will make the placement of the sub and the volume adjuster a nightmare in a lot of cases. It took me quite a while to set it up where it will work... I had to drill several holes in my desk to route the cables to make it work.
Without the sub these speakers fall on their face. I disconnected the sub and instantly it felt like I was merely listening to an old tube TV.
They are not bad, the yellow is not as bright as it seems in the photos or as others have commented. It is not crazily reflected even by my window- they do not match the volume control though.
The speakers come with extremely long audio cables.
The down side with the wiring is that they are all hard wired to the sub/speakers. Meaning if it is too long or too short you have to deal with it.
The volume center:
This unit is made of a really cheap plastic and feels like you can break the body by grabbing it wrong. It works well though just with the exception of using the volume. It needs to be used and accessed very often and can be a pain to position due to short Sub cables and short power cable.
I have to adjust it constantly with my computer at about 50% volume and the unit at about 40~50% to get noticeable sound.
These speakers make me wish I got the 3500's due to the sound quality/power. I feel all the power is the sub and the vocals and what not are just missing so much if you listen to Pandora and the like.
Why I settled for these versus the 3500's was the fact that the 3500's had a mono (normal looking speaker) for the center speaker, versus something like a flatter/dual center speaker. It just would have looked ugly on the shelf above the monitors.
But I am going to assume that the sound quality might have been a bit better.
Compared to my older CA speakers, these have more controls (volume and bass) and the SUB puts out a lot more juice - the speakers though, do not kill my old CA speakers and this disappoints me. That along with the caveat of turning the volume knob up and using the computer to adjust sound (meaning you do not have to adjust two settings constantly [three if you count bass]).