Corsair launches PC speakers, we try to get them kicked out of CES (video)

SP2500 2.1 speaker system looks and sounds real good.

Published Jan 7, 2011 5:36 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:32 PM CST
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CES 2011, Las Vegas - One of Corsair's big announcements at CES this year is the introduction of their very first PC speakers.

You may know Corsair has a newish audio group within its company that has a range of headsets and now Corsair continues its long lasting transition from being just a memory company, to one who I reckon wants to eventually buildup a big enough product portfolio that it can make its own high-end gaming PC systems from its own parts. Alright, so I might be getting ahead of myself here, but this is happening bit by bit.

Back on track, we hooked up with Dylan who is in charge of Corsair audio and he gave us a look at the SP2500 2.1 speaker system. It comes with plenty of neat features I won't begin to pretend I know about, but if you are an audio enthusiast and want a solid set of new PC speakers for your desk, it seems like Corsair is right on the money here.

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Dylan from Corsair told us we couldn't turn up the volume, but after just getting done telling us that even at 100% volume there is little to no distortion, he didn't need much arm twisting when we told him we had to crank it up. It sure did get the attention of everyone in the hall. Watch above.

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