Satellites: To start off, these tiny little satellite speakers might be good when considering the $50 price tag of the entire speaker set, but they don't stand up to other sets. The drivers are backed by 10 watts combined to both channels, yet tend to over emphasize mid range frequencies. They lack the crisp high frequency response that is found in more expensive speaker sets, but we have to remember that this set retails for only $50 which is around the cost of a video game. Overall the satellites tend to over emphasize mid range frequencies and lack the crisp clean sound we have come to love.
Subwoofer: This little guy does its best to perform like a champ, but for it's size it just can't pump out the wall shaking bass. It's rated from 40Hz to 20kHz to provide a good range of response. When you start to look at higher quality subwoofers you will notice that the range rates from 20Hz to 20kHz, which is basically standard. When a sound hits 20Hz, it produces the really low bass that shakes. In terms of Hz, the lower it goes, the quieter the sound gets, but the more it shakes. So when you hear that super low bass that you can feel yet hardly hear or not hear at all, it's probably getting close to that 20Hz range. Overall the subwoofer is pretty good for the $50 price tag, but doesn't come close to other speaker systems which cost around $100.
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