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Corsair SP2500 2.1 Gaming Speaker Review

  1. Introduction
  2. Specs and Contents
  3. Design
  4. Performance
  5. Conclusion

Corsair is a manufacturer of high quality PSUs, RAM and Cabinets. However they have been not been content to just rest on their laurels and be where they are. They have now entered into the gaming speaker market. Their best foot forward in this segment is the Corsair 2500 2.1 speaker system. They have another less expensive speaker system the SP2200 2.1 speaker system which has a much smaller sub-woofer. Lets see whether Corsair can come on top in the competitive computer speaker market which has plenty of old names like Altec Lansing, Creative and Logitech.

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  1. my mx5021 died. using my cousin’s 5.1 gaming unit temporarily but now he wants it back. is this good replacement or should i buy altec’s mx6021? am using using xonar stx.

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