Corsair SP2200 completes the collection of PC speaker systems at the lower end. Thus, Corsair goes into the highly competitive market and comes with the price of Rs. 5,500. This is the reason that it has to face of established antagonist such as Logitech, Creative and Speedlink.
The system is relatively compact, neatly packed and all the cables along with the RCA is present here. The impression of quality is decent. The black satellite with anthracite front Corsair is made entirely of plastic. In each satellite, a 5cm wide chassis comes with a power rating of 8 watts RMS (measured by the FTC standard). As usual, the system with this price range comes with the right satellite, the volume and bass control and a headphone output. As a bonus, the Corsair has given an additional satellite of a 3.5mm jack input for another audio device to connect. Go back on the right satellite, a 3.5 mm jack cable for connecting a PC and a special cable for the controls and speakers to connect to the subwoofer. The left is connected to satellite with the mono RCA subwoofer. All cables are securely connected to the satellite and not fully extended. The frame are designed to protect covered with fabric, this can be removed either.
Corsair is having the subwoofer on a black MDF cabinet with bass reflex design. As usual with Logitech and Creative, Corsair is also providing a lateral and frontal bass driver with bass reflex port. With a 15cm bass driver, it brings the subwoofer to get a maximum output of 30 watts RMS. To protect the lateral bass driver, it also comes with fabric coated. Itís of compact size (23.1 x 25.2 x 18cm), the subwoofer can be placed either on the table. On the back, there are the connections for the power supply, the two satellites and a stereo RCA input for connecting another audio source. There is also a heat sink for the amplifier.