Package and Contents
- 2x Satellite speaker
- Quick start guide/product manual
- 1x speaker cable
- 1x Stereo Mini Jack cable
- 2x speaker cover cloth
- 1x Power cable fixed
- 1x remote
This system was delivered to us in a very large white box, which frankly came as a surprise because in the literature we studied they looked so much smaller. The design of the box is well done and executed, with a nice simple layout and not too much in the way of figures to clutter everything up, just a web address and product name. Good job.
Inside everything is well laid out and easy to remove and get into place. It must be said, though, that the initial impression upon opening the package for the first time is a very strong one, with both of the speakers having a no-nonsense, serious and well built vibe to them.
Overall, the Microlab SOLO6C package is competent and well laid out - we cannot think of any issues we had with the way it was presented. Good job once again.
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