Reviews and Problems with Cyber Acoustics CA-3550RB
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No treble adjustment, but still OK.
emily s., Newegg
19 February 2016
Summary: Package arrived from seller with a big hole on one edge and the item was sliding around inside the shipping box due to insufficient padding, but luckily the item packaging was secure...
Pros: Not too bad for a fairly good inexpensive sound with pretty good bass, maybe too good because I have to turn it down to keep speaker from making an overload noise on heavy vibrating bass. I use it on my smart phone and have an instant sound system. It sounds as good as a system I just paid twice ...
Cons: There is no treble adjustment and it is preset pretty high so a pair of socks over them works. The volume and bass adjustment wheels are way too small. The bass driver sometimes rattles under extreme high bass.but still sounds really good at lower volumes and high if the bass is turned down some.
Summary: Well first off I want to say GREAT shipping. Got them 2 days before I was suppose too. Packaged was good. Did what everyone would do is plug them up pick a song that has bass hits and crank it up and let me tell you that these sound clear and hit HARD for the price you pay.
Pros: Don't need a lot of room, look stylish, sound amazing.
Cons: Doesn't have the blue emitted lights that show in the picture, that's about it.
Summary: These are great speakers to own. I would highly recommend them to anyone.
Pros: They really do offer a lot of bang for the buck. Coupled with an equalizer on the computer, you can definitely optimize the sound output. Even better is that they get very loud when you want them to be, which is very nice.
Cons: I only have a couple minor gripes about them, really. One is that the subwoofer, if turned up past a certain point (I think 20% or so), begins to sound muddy. But honestly, I didn't really find a need to push it that high to get a great bass response. The other issue is that the subwoofer volume ...
Cyber Acoustics CA3550rb 68 watts 2.1 Black Speakers
Jeff S., Newegg
27 June 2015
Summary: Hopefully this company listens to these reviews. Maybe put a little more weight in speaker bases because there a little top heavy to make more stable. Bass speaker is of course fine. I would recommend this product if the things I mentioned don't bug you.
Pros: Very nice speakers for the price. If you like bass this is a good setup for you. Instructions not bad if you need them speakers pretty basic to hook up.
Cons: I have one speaker a little wobbly the bottom isn't completely flat and it is the speaker with the on off button. You also have to hold speaker to push in the on/off button or you'll just slide or push over speaker. Little things that bug but overall sound quality not bad. I do need to dock one e...
Summary: If bass isn't your priority I'd look elsewhere.
Pros: Very strong bass Pretty good sound overall Excellent value
Cons: Bass is a bit TOO strong, it shakes my desk above half a turn of the bass dial and is always a bit boomy. Great for bassheads and games, not so much for balanced music listening or not annoying other people.
Summary: If you are looking for audiophile quality sound you need to look elsewhere and expect to pay at least 3 times as much. But if you're looking for better than average overall sound quality at a good price then these should fill your need.
Pros: Not Expensive Adjustable bass level Overall Good sound quality Will produce some serious volume given the price
Cons: Like too many speakers these days the bass can get very boomy and out of balance with the rest of the music frequencies, necessitating lowering either the bass level or Volume level. Bass quality is not as clean and tight as my 12 year old set of Labtec 2.1's that gave out due to a bad cable.