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Creative SBS-A250 2.1 Audio System - $30 (21% off) | MSY

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Decent set of speakers for a small bedroom. I previously owned the SBS A220.

SPECIFICATIONS
System Configuration: 2.1 system
Dimensions
Satellite: 72.0 x 147.0 x 79.0 mm (2.83 x 5.79 x 3.11 inches)
Subwoofer: 183.0 x 225.0 x 190.0 mm (7.20 x 8.86 x 7.48 inches)

Weight
Left Satellite: approx 258g (approx 9.1oz)
Right Satellite: approx 361g (approx 12.7oz)

Subwoofer: 1.56kg (3.44lbs)
Color: Black
Design: External flared DSE IFP

PACKAGE CONTENTS
2 Satellite Speakers (Left & Right satellites)
1 Subwoofer
One 3.5mm stereo jack
1 Warranty and Technical Support Booklet
1 Quick Start guide

Lol these are $60 at EBGames.

After an evening listening to some music must say they really do sound good - hard to believe they can make speakers at just $30 these days.

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    Paid about $35 (everyday price) at Computer Alliance in QLD for these and, at that price, they are an absolute steal, so this is even better.

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    I just bought this 2 days ago for $38 at msy, great speakers for price :(

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      do you have any other speakers to compare this to?

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    I have something similar for 15 years and still sounds good enough. Creative is good value .

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    What's the cost of shipping to sydney?

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    Can you connect it to a TV?

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      Must connect to device with 3.5mm headphone jack. No line-in or anything.

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        what about phone

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          You can as long as you have a cable with two male jacks

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          @sm007h: k cool tx

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          Yes it has a green headphone cable that Ive tried on both PC and phone. No issues.

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          Phone is fine.

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      Can always get an RCA male to 3.5mm male cable. I think they're 5 bucks at Kmart.

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    @smoo7h
    Hey hey, we're all inclusive here. No pies in faces!

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      username checks out

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      I am so confused…kids these days and their internet speak

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    I am using my dad's old computer speakers which are about 12 years old. Still extremely relevant and amazing quality. Creative are one of those rare brands.

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    Nice price but I will never part with my Logitech z623's.

    Out of curiosity what is the power on these RMS not peak bs

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      2W/ch satellites and 5W Sub according to the page here.

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        Better of looking at the frequency response bandwidth. Comparing to a similar priced Logitech the creative comes out on top with better base.

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          Which two did you compare?

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          @bti_jet:

          Found this review figures such as the bandwidth can be used to compare with other speakers of similar watts/rms in terms of sound range.

          RMS from what i understand is how much a speaker can output (volume). For a small room which is what op has said its very suitable. Bass can be adjusted via software if your worried. I've tried it myself and works fine.

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          @waynet93:

          I don't see any comparison, just a list of ads

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          @bti_jet:

          Link must be wrong o.o
          Another person has posted a better comparison below anyway.

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      Yep, I love my Logitech Z623s. Might I give you some advice - my set up is those speakers, and a $5 USB Auxiliary Bluetooth dongle.

      Just plug it into a small USB charger near the speakers, AUX from the speakers goes into the USB Dongle, and voila - Bluetooth speakers!

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        Do u have a link for dongle?

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          Yep, there's literally heaps of them, but here is one identical to what I bought.

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        It's a bit more expensive, but the Chromecast Audio is fantastic if you want to wifi-enable some speakers.

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          Purely aiming for inexpensive :) - it's great for entertaining, cos when people come over, they can connect to the Bluetooth dongle easily.

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    I have been using the logitech Z333's for a looong time now. But the price on these is so attractive i might get a pair for the guest room…

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    anyone remember cambridge soundworks?

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    If I remember correctly, the A250 cannot control the bass level. If that is something you require, you will have to get the A350.

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      This is correct, the only control is volume which doubles up as a on/off switch.

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    Didn't know Creative were still around!

    Might have to pick this up. Thanks OP.

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    Thanks OP got these today, perfect for a smaller room