Subwoofer Satellite System (CA-3602a) Review

Subwoofer Satellite System (CA-3602a)
Manufacturer: Cyber Acoustics
Price: $38.98 (Amazon Price)

What is it?
A speaker system to replace that of your aging PC or laptops. It a works with any device with a 3.5 mm (1/8) output.

Box Description
Features and Specifications
·         Ideal for computers, iPod, MP3 and all portable audio devices.
·         3 piece subwoofer speaker system
·         Convenient desktop volume control, on/off control, bass control, headphone output jack, auxiliary input on control pod.
·         Bass reflex wooden subwoofer cabinet
·         System power output
30 watts total RMS
Satellites – 6 watts /ch x 2 @ 4 ohm – 10% THD
Subwoofer – 18 watts @ 4 ohm – 10% THD
62 watts total system peak power
·         5.25” poly carbon, high excursion woofer
·         2” high frequency satellite radiators
·         Magnetically shielded satellite speaker
·         Made in china

What I like:
-          Relatively inexpensive
-          Multiple inputs
-          Headphone jacks on the controller
-          You get quite the kick from the subwoofer
-          Controller has a LED accent
-          Overall pretty small package

What I don’t like:
-          Mids feel drowned out by the highs and the lows 
-          I feel like the two speakers should also be LED accented
-          Dust Magnet

My Thoughts:
I mainly brought these because I just brought a new monitor and didn’t realize that it had built in speakers. I’m glad I did purchase them because the ones built into the monitor leaves much to be wanted and that’s where this comes in to play. Overall I’m satisfied with they sound quality. I tested them using my iPod, Laptop, and nexus devices and they all seemed to work pretty well with it. I did notice that the mids were a bit shadows by the highs and lows but that can just be me being picky.

Sound: 4.5
Features: 4
Build Quality: 4.5
Price: 3.5
Average: 4.3


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About David L Sumner

Hey, Whats up My name is David Sumner, but currently going by full name of David (L) Sumner, because apparently there are others people out there with the same first and last name as me. I'm an aspiring musician from the Mid-Hudson Valley, New York. My main instrument is Piano but I do lend a voice every now and then. I have also recently taken a interest in percussion and wind instruments. When I'm not focusing on music I tend to be very active on the internet. I currently manage a Video Game and Technology website The Review Pre. I've always been fascinated by new and innovative tech regularly writing about it has always been a fun hobby of mine, Besides what's listed above I have also been intrigued by Photography, Drawing, and Film Making.