Reviews and Problems with Corsair Gaming Audio SP2500
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Great system, but beware: RMA shipping is on your dime if it fails
19 August 2014
Summary: I love these speakers. They sound fantastic, crisp, clean, just wonderful - while they worked. Unfortunately, I have to give them one star on account of Corsair's RMA policies. Unlike other manufacturers, Corsair does not cover return shipping for RMAs. My speaker system failed under warranty and I had to send it back to Corsair at my expense. This is a heavy system. The cheapest available shipping option was UPS ground and it cost me $40.
Best Price on the internet for these new, Can't go wrong for the pirce ...
8 June 2014
Summary: I have barely stretched the systems legs. Sounds great. Don't let the pictures fool you though, the satellites are very small , but pack a heck of a punch! I have to set the subwoofer to about 50% or it rattles the heck out of my house. for the money these smoke the Bose Companion 5 out of the water.
Great sound, but getting static EDIT: Replacement is great!
Clinton Fox, Amazon
7 June 2014
Summary: The sound for these is just awesome, with any genre of music. You get what you want out of it. My only issue is that I'm getting static out of one or both of the satellite speakers, and it has done it since I first connected them so it's not a problem caused by me. I can't make it happen since it's random and not from the song file itself. I haven't done anything to blow them out.
Summary: I have had these speakers for about 6 months now and can say these can make a room shake. Playing Battlefield on the 50 inch tv with the bass booming is awesome. The sounds of RPGs and assault rifles really come alive with these speakers. These speakers are made for gaming. I also use them for Spotify as well. This is where you can kind of tell a difference. When streaming music you might have to play with the settings in order to get an ideal sound.
Summary: At first when I tried them I didn't really like them compared to my Klipshe. But they grew on me and sound pretty killer now. They do have good separation. I use them for recording guitar with my Axe FX II.
Summary: I like these speakers. They are pretty awesome, no doubt. But why did I not leave a 5 star review? Well, it took a few days for me to be convinced they were that good. I guess my previous system was pretty good anyway, so the punch of massive awesomeness was lost against it's predecessor, a $150 older Logitech system. I had to A/B them a number of times to admit these were really better. The old ones occasionally crackled, which is why I replaced them.
Summary: We have had the product less than three days and now there is no output from the subwoofer. No it is not muted and yes I have tried all three audio inputs as well as different sources. System was excellent prior to the failure. Am starting the RMA process with Corsair, will see how well that goes but thus far am extremely disappointed.
Summary: I love these speakers, I've had them for over a year and when I purchased them they were 300 dollars. A year later and the price tag has dropped 70 dollars to 230. And to be honest I would still pay 300 dollars again, these speakers are that good. Now the sound quality is great, I use them for my Tv rather than my PC but either way they work great. So the sound is crisp you have a good amount of options for how you want to customize the audio.
Summary: That title? Yeah, I'm not kidding. I need to get some of the air conditioning vents tightened - it actually RATTLES. Another thing. The sub-woofer is HUGE. I read that quite a lot before buying this. Each time I thought, nah, it can't be that big, right? No. It is. That. Big. The build quality is, as always from Corsair, amazing and then some. It's sleek. It's sexy. The desktop controller adds such a geeky touch to it.