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SoundBlaster SBS250 speakers

2) Installation


The installation was ofcourse very easy. Unpacking the speakers from the box, and separating the wires out. Positioning the left speaker required some weird manoeuvring because it’s wired to the right speaker. The wire is about 1.5 meters long. Beyond this, the installation was very simple, just plug in the cable in your PCs soundcard.



3) Testing


I've tested the speaker’s trough putting up some music and playing a few games (Quake3, RCT2, Red Alert 2, Half Life,). The first thing I noticed was the quality of the basses. The bass quality makes you feel in to the game immediately ;-).
While I was playing the music I put on some different music genres like Hard Rock , Pop , Techno , Hardcore , Rap , … . It all sounded well, but if you put the speaker to loud with the Hard Rock and Hardcore you hear some cracking, but hey that's normal :P.
With all the other applications the speakers performed well.

Added: October 31st 2002
Reviewer: LORDrazer
Score: 8/10
Related Link: Official SoundBlaster Site
Page: 2/4



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