Microlab SOLO-7C - Altavoz PC
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Tipo de conector:2 x entrada de la línea de audio ( RCA fono x 2 ), Detalles del controlador:1 x controlador del woofer - 6.5"Š 1 x reforzador de frecuencias medias - 6.5"Š 1 x controlador de tweeter - 1", Altavoces incluidos:2 - 3 vías - 55 vatios - 55 - 20000 Hz - 4 Ohm - cableado, Control remoto:Mando a distancia - rayos infrarrojos, Accesorios incluidos:Cable de audio, mando a distancia, Amplificador de sonido:Integrado, Componentes del sistema:2 altavoces, Potencia nominal de salida (Total):110 vatios, Respuesta de frecuencia:55 - 20000 Hz, Tipo de altavoces:3 vías - activa, Relación Señal a ruido:85 dB, Protección antimagnética:Sí
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I did a lot of research into which speakers to get - I was tempted by M-Audio Studiophile AV 40 and Creative Gigaworks T40, but I thought that the drivers wouldn't be big enough to handle bass properly.
The picture shows the old version of these speakers - the version I received had speakers that look like:[...](main difference being the on-board controls on the right side of the right speaker) and, strangely, the remote in this picture: [...].
So far, I have tested them with music, keyboards (a synth and a more traditional piano type keyboard) and games.
Volume - these speakers are LOUD. They have a digital display on the right speaker, very classy looking, and it goes up to 60. I can go to about 40 without it hurting my ears at PC sitting distance. I reckon these will do a decent job for a TV, but I can't be sure.
Size - HUGE. Tall, deep, not super wide. Make sure you have the space for these - I measured up beforehand and am still surprised at their immensity. I like it though! Look very cool next to my huge monitor.
Music - I'm a musician, and I appreciate good quality sound, though I wouldn't call myself an audiophile. I A/B'd these with my B&W P5 headphones, which are really good, and they didn't come off badly at all(I know I am comparing apples and oranges with headphones and speakers btw). They have really good bass, enough for me (my test is Diesel Power by The Prodigy and it sounds amazing on these!). For 90% of people I would say these have enough bass. Mids are clear, so are the highs... I'm not great at descibing sound but they do not sound cheap, they sound far better than their price tag suggests. I'm very happy with them for music.
Keyboards - Tested with my synth with crazy low sub-bass synth sounds. Sounds OK, verging on good. These speakers aren't really made for that so the fact that they can do a passable job is a positive. For normal keyboard sounds it's great - plenty of power, good clarity.
Games - tested with Bioshock infinite. Explosions sound great. A sub would probably do a better job for explosions but this does fine on it's own - I don't feel like I'm missing out. Directionality is very good too. Very immersive.
Looks - looks very good, I know it's made from cheap materials with a thin fake covering (forgot what it's called) but it does look convincing. very surprised at how good it looks in the flesh.
Haven't experienced any particular hiss or pop sounds. The speaker connect cable is a little cheap (though it includes banana plugs! - oh and a cable for connecting to a PC) and was rattling at first but I tightened it up and it's sorted now.
All in all, I am mightily impressed. Looks good, sounds good, insanely low price, loud enough for most room sizes... there is literally nothing to dislike here. Hopefully all orders from Amazon will now be the new units as the upgrades are very nice (better remote, on-board volume, bass and treble controls, no problems with having both inputs plugged in at same time)
In addition to this the bass & treble knobs on the right hand side speaker stop working intermittently (turning them will change the bass/treble value from -8 to +8 but has no effect on the audio produced), aswell as the right hand speaker being audibly louder than the left. I believe it is a logic board issue or a loose connection within the set as the distortion will (occasionally) vanish, and the knobs will begin functioning again, however the overall sound quality has markedly reduced in comparison to when i first purchased them. I found having them powered down for a significant amount of time would nearly always result in them functioning close to how they originally did. (However it may just be down to luck.)
I contacted Amazon, who offered me a full refund for the set - and am likely to be upgrading to either the Solo9C or an entirely different set in the near future.
The set look good (very large) and I found sitting at least 1m or further away from the set had the best results - so if your desk isn't the smallest - these aren't for you. They handle music excellently with no or little distortion even at high volumes. Bass +6 & treble +5 were my default settings. The speakers come adequately packaged with all required cables and are rather heavy. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend them if it weren't for the recent issues I've had with them.
The build quality seems really good and the cables also are very strong.
I don't like the remote very much as you need to be close to the speakers and directed right at them in order to work, but I've connected them to a PC, turned the volume to max and I control it from the PC sound settings ( keyboard shortcut ), so this isn't a problem for me.
I've had a lot of sound systems until now, both 2.0, 2.1 and 5.1, but nothing can compare to the Microlab 7C from my experience. The price is also really low.