• Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
  • Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
  • Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
  • Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
  • Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
  • Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
  • Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black
Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black

Cyber Acoustics 2.1 Powered Speaker System (CA-3001RB),Black

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  • Convenient desktop controls
  • Low distortion, high power amplifier technology
  • High frequency satellite radiators
  • Magnetically shielded satellite speakers
  • This item is Non-returnable
  • Ergonomic space-saving design featuring cloth grill covers and a convenient desktop volume control
  • Satellites feature 3-inch polycarbon, high-excursion woofers and 2-inch high-frequency satellite radiators
  • Acoustically balanced wood subwoofer cabinet with ported (bass-reflex) design for enhanced bass output
  • 14 watts power output (total system power)
  • Includes 9-volt power adapter

Customer Reviews

Functional, But TINY !!These are much smaller than the picture leads you to believe, That said, they do work, and would be fine for a laptop, or a small cubicle. The description states "Thunderous Bass"...A gross over-statement. The subwoofer speaker is smaller than a pack of cigarettes. It is o.k., but not what I expected. I should have read the size/description better. They work fine, are easy to hook up and sound decent at what I'd call a 'normal TV level". I wanted something a little better, so these will go to my 7 yr old grandaughter for her music MP3. I can rest assured I'll never hear them from the next room. Not this systems fault, it was mine. It is functional, and the price for what you get is more than fair, I should have known better. The whole box shipped was no bigger than a 2 slice toaster!. I think I'll go spend a few $$ more and look at an Altec Lansing System, I tried one out a WallyWorld and it Rocked. These are not bad, just deceivingly photographed, the price should have given it away. My fault. 3Cheap, cheap, cheapThe sound quality out of these is terrible. The sub-woofer is really a cheap speaker about 3 inches across in a ported box. There is nothing over the speaker to protect it and you have to pretty much turn the bass on your computer to nothing to keep it from blowing.I'll also add that the person that designed these felt it necessary to put a blinding blue led next the the power button so when you are working on your computer and, if your like me, you have these speakers near your monitor the blue led will be shining right in your face. I had to put a piece of utility tape over the led to keep from burning out my retina.Trust me, spend a little more and go with an Altec Lansing speaker set. I only replaced mine because after 10 years of service one of the speakers finally started going out. I will most likely order another speaker set and use this crummy one on another computer I don't use much. 1You Get What You Pay ForSound quality is largely subjective and is often described in the same way as wine tasting is described; nonsense. That being said, these are pretty low quality speakers. As far as I can tell, there is no crossover in place so those 1.5" speakers try to play low frequencies, they very noticeably distort at low volumes, with that distinct sound of muddy, slapping bass especially noticeable. The manufacturer does not specify the frequency range, but based on my own tests is seems to be somewhere in the ballpark of 90Hz-20kHz, making the subwoofer effectively useless. The distortion again may be less than noticeable for some, but per the manufacturer specifications, both the satellites and the woofer have a 10% THD rating, again, not great. All that in mind, they do sound pretty good at low volumes, and they are probably better than any other speaker at this price range, but I wouldn't recommend them if quality is a concern. My advice would be to pony up the extra $10 and get the JBL Jembe 2.0 setup, currently $30 through amazon. Those sound way better, even without a subwoofer. 3Solid sound at a great priceI had an old set of inexpensive Cyber Acoustics speakers for about 4 years which sounded great for playing some tunes through my Mac. When they finally wore out, I decided to go with the extremely well-rated Logitech S220 2.1. Boy what a mistake. Those speakers sounded tinny and just plain weak. Yeah, I got schooled. With my newfound enlightenment, I ordered the CA-3001 RB 2.1 and had good sound returned to my work station.It's really baffling that these superior speakers are not as well-rated. What gives? Coming in at just under $20 this is a hard bargain to beat. I haven't experienced any of the distortion or disturbance from electrical current that others have mentioned. That being said, I don't turn my music up very loud (halfway to max is probably the loudest I go as I live in a NYC apartment and actually like my neighbours). Honestly, I am so pleased with the clarity, decent bass and general fullness of sound.My 2 in. Over and out. 4these speakers power connector broke after only a few days of use!!!!!!!!!!!! want my money back!!!!!!!!!!!i hate these speakers. they quit working after a few days. apparently they were bought used with amazon prime warehouse. i rather get my money back and use it buy a different model cyber accustic speakers. ones that don't have a woofer, but, have great sound. i should know since i used to have them and really was thinking of getting those again. but, i decided to go with the ones with the woofer. now i am paying the price and not a happy person. i hope to get a refund of some sort so i can get a different model speakers. apparently with the cyber acoustics ca-3001rb 3 piece subwoofer model the connector to power the speakers broke or stopped working after a few days of use. i don't know why, but, i really would like a refund to get a different pair of speakers. ones that don't include a subwoofer. i still committed to cyber acoustic products and probably will replace this item with something simliar to it without the subwoofer. my advice to all consumers on amazon. don't trust buying used items from the amazon warehouse. i could be wrong about this whole thing. i may have bought these speakers brand new, i am not sure now. but no matter if it was bought used or new don't matter. they don't work now and i feel like a refund is in order. and i defintely would request consumers on amazon to not trust cyber acoustic speakers if they come new or used. i used to be a big fan for cyber acoustic, and if i get enough of a refund or a full refund i mean. that i probably will buy a different model cyber acoustic speakers that don't include a subwoofer. 1but they're probably good enough for someone who just listens to MP3sDecent cheap speakers, but they're definitely cheap speakers. They're not going to be very satisfying to audiophiles, but they're probably good enough for someone who just listens to MP3s. Compared them to my Logitech Z320s, which do not have a subwoofer, and the Logitech speakers have superior sound. CyberAcoustics have a little more base, but the mid- and upper range is pretty muddy. Neither speaker is going to put out a lot of volume, although it will probably be enough for folks in the market for this level of speaker. If you want basic, cheap, small speakers, these are fine. For top acoustic quality, you should already know you have to spend a good deal more. 3You get what you pay for...I picked these up because they had good reviews and the price was pretty decent. While I didn't expect top-tier sound quality, I was at least hoping for something decent. These speakers are not it. For those of you looking for good sound quality at a low price, you'll be disappointed. I toyed with my equalizer on my computer while playing music from various genres for over an hour with no success. Especially on flat, it sounds extremely muffled.The bass is muddy and overpowering. At default settings, you can barely hear anything else. You know how if someone drives by with their stereo blaring, but their windows up, you just hear that bass-y vibration? That's what these are like. The mids are all but erased by the overkill-level bass. I turned the bass down almost all the way, which helped with some music, but completely eliminated the bass in others. One size does NOT fit all, and I don't really want to adjust the EQ with each song that plays. But really, who does?The mids are decent. Voices are relatively clear, but muffled a bit. Don't even think about turning the lower range of the mids up because then you get the exact same problem as the bass.Treble is quite tinny. Not TOO bad on flat, but once you adjust the lows so the bass isn't killing everything else, then the tinny-ness really comes out.All in all, I will be returning these speakers. The overpowering bass is what really ruins them. If there was a hardware dial on the subwoofer itself to turn down the bass, I bet these would be nice, but as they are, spend a few bucks extra and get a pair of Logitech speakers. 2Atrocious what these do to musicThese are cheap speakers in every sense of the word. You will not recognize the songs you try to play through these pieces of junk. The sound comes out as extremely muffled, sort of like the effect of if you place four or five heavy throw pillows on top of each speaker. I just hooked these up and cannot believe how horrible they sound.This is probably due to a manufacturing defect or a setting in the crossover circuitry. Practically all of your music signal is shunted to the sub-woofer which leaves it trying to reproduce the mid-range and lower treble tones along with the bass sound. even though it is a very small "woofer" of course it is not designed to do those frequencies and cannot do all three at once. What little sound there is coming out of the satellite speakers is also muffled and affected as well. I guarantee you've never heard your songs sound like this before, and I don't mean in a good way.I would definitely stay away from ANY of the cyber acoustics brand speaker or any others manufactured by the same company as they cannot even come close to getting the basics right.I bought a similar pair of speakers a few years ago from another unknown name brand. Those gigaware speakers have lasted and always sound great.I would recommend that you RUN not walk away from any of the dreadful sounding Cyber Acoustics speakers as fast as you can and purchase instead something you can actually stand to listen to music on. I'm not one to come on here and savage or abuse a product line at all, but these should not be on the market and deserve to have their sales plummet to what these speakers are worth, which is next to nothing. 1Fine while it lastedThe thing about this speaker set is that it works just fine. it was loud as i wanted, i could tell differences in quality between tracks (important for someone who makes online content), and there wasn't any buzzing or distortion. It was just fine and was doing just what I wanted.After about three months, though, the power supply stopped sending to the subwoofer. I'm not even sure what happened, but I think it has something to do with the fact that the power routes through one of the satellite speakers *before* being led to the subwoofer. I think maybe the movement of the speaker shook something loose in the power line going to the sub. The speaker *itself* vibrates just fine. Obviously the *signal* is going through. Just no *electricity*.I tried to find a solution to this, and I contacted Cyber Acoustics by email, but... return failure - and this was from the email address on their website. I guess you get what you pay for.But like I said, when it works, it works just fine. Hope yours works longer than mine did. 2Surprisingly good qualityFor its price point, I was somewhat surprised at the bass this system put out. Using it on a PC, it's surely not the best in any category, but performs perfectly well with gaming and browsing without much care for amazing sound, especially on a budget. That being said, it sounds great to me without any adjustment (running with pulseaudio on Ubuntu 13.10), or at least better than any laptop, TV, or other speaker system in the house (well, the bass is way better), given that I would likely prefer a surround sound setup to this, especially using a motherboard that supports full surround.I would recommend this for a PC on a budget, or for a generic speaker system for a phone, tablet, or laptop that remains somewhat stationary (like a replacement for something such as an iHome, have it set up somewhere and plug a phone in to listen to music). 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.hk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
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Description
  • Convenient desktop controls
  • Low distortion, high power amplifier technology
  • High frequency satellite radiators
  • Magnetically shielded satellite speakers
  • This item is Non-returnable
  • Ergonomic space-saving design featuring cloth grill covers and a convenient desktop volume control
  • Satellites feature 3-inch polycarbon, high-excursion woofers and 2-inch high-frequency satellite radiators
  • Acoustically balanced wood subwoofer cabinet with ported (bass-reflex) design for enhanced bass output
  • 14 watts power output (total system power)
  • Includes 9-volt power adapter
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Functional, But TINY !!These are much smaller than the picture leads you to believe, That said, they do work, and would be fine for a laptop, or a small cubicle. The description states "Thunderous Bass"...A gross over-statement. The subwoofer speaker is smaller than a pack of cigarettes. It is o.k., but not what I expected. I should have read the size/description better. They work fine, are easy to hook up and sound decent at what I'd call a 'normal TV level". I wanted something a little better, so these will go to my 7 yr old grandaughter for her music MP3. I can rest assured I'll never hear them from the next room. Not this systems fault, it was mine. It is functional, and the price for what you get is more than fair, I should have known better. The whole box shipped was no bigger than a 2 slice toaster!. I think I'll go spend a few $$ more and look at an Altec Lansing System, I tried one out a WallyWorld and it Rocked. These are not bad, just deceivingly photographed, the price should have given it away. My fault. 3Cheap, cheap, cheapThe sound quality out of these is terrible. The sub-woofer is really a cheap speaker about 3 inches across in a ported box. There is nothing over the speaker to protect it and you have to pretty much turn the bass on your computer to nothing to keep it from blowing.I'll also add that the person that designed these felt it necessary to put a blinding blue led next the the power button so when you are working on your computer and, if your like me, you have these speakers near your monitor the blue led will be shining right in your face. I had to put a piece of utility tape over the led to keep from burning out my retina.Trust me, spend a little more and go with an Altec Lansing speaker set. I only replaced mine because after 10 years of service one of the speakers finally started going out. I will most likely order another speaker set and use this crummy one on another computer I don't use much. 1You Get What You Pay ForSound quality is largely subjective and is often described in the same way as wine tasting is described; nonsense. That being said, these are pretty low quality speakers. As far as I can tell, there is no crossover in place so those 1.5" speakers try to play low frequencies, they very noticeably distort at low volumes, with that distinct sound of muddy, slapping bass especially noticeable. The manufacturer does not specify the frequency range, but based on my own tests is seems to be somewhere in the ballpark of 90Hz-20kHz, making the subwoofer effectively useless. The distortion again may be less than noticeable for some, but per the manufacturer specifications, both the satellites and the woofer have a 10% THD rating, again, not great. All that in mind, they do sound pretty good at low volumes, and they are probably better than any other speaker at this price range, but I wouldn't recommend them if quality is a concern. My advice would be to pony up the extra $10 and get the JBL Jembe 2.0 setup, currently $30 through amazon. Those sound way better, even without a subwoofer. 3Solid sound at a great priceI had an old set of inexpensive Cyber Acoustics speakers for about 4 years which sounded great for playing some tunes through my Mac. When they finally wore out, I decided to go with the extremely well-rated Logitech S220 2.1. Boy what a mistake. Those speakers sounded tinny and just plain weak. Yeah, I got schooled. With my newfound enlightenment, I ordered the CA-3001 RB 2.1 and had good sound returned to my work station.It's really baffling that these superior speakers are not as well-rated. What gives? Coming in at just under $20 this is a hard bargain to beat. I haven't experienced any of the distortion or disturbance from electrical current that others have mentioned. That being said, I don't turn my music up very loud (halfway to max is probably the loudest I go as I live in a NYC apartment and actually like my neighbours). Honestly, I am so pleased with the clarity, decent bass and general fullness of sound.My 2 in. Over and out. 4these speakers power connector broke after only a few days of use!!!!!!!!!!!! want my money back!!!!!!!!!!!i hate these speakers. they quit working after a few days. apparently they were bought used with amazon prime warehouse. i rather get my money back and use it buy a different model cyber accustic speakers. ones that don't have a woofer, but, have great sound. i should know since i used to have them and really was thinking of getting those again. but, i decided to go with the ones with the woofer. now i am paying the price and not a happy person. i hope to get a refund of some sort so i can get a different model speakers. apparently with the cyber acoustics ca-3001rb 3 piece subwoofer model the connector to power the speakers broke or stopped working after a few days of use. i don't know why, but, i really would like a refund to get a different pair of speakers. ones that don't include a subwoofer. i still committed to cyber acoustic products and probably will replace this item with something simliar to it without the subwoofer. my advice to all consumers on amazon. don't trust buying used items from the amazon warehouse. i could be wrong about this whole thing. i may have bought these speakers brand new, i am not sure now. but no matter if it was bought used or new don't matter. they don't work now and i feel like a refund is in order. and i defintely would request consumers on amazon to not trust cyber acoustic speakers if they come new or used. i used to be a big fan for cyber acoustic, and if i get enough of a refund or a full refund i mean. that i probably will buy a different model cyber acoustic speakers that don't include a subwoofer. 1but they're probably good enough for someone who just listens to MP3sDecent cheap speakers, but they're definitely cheap speakers. They're not going to be very satisfying to audiophiles, but they're probably good enough for someone who just listens to MP3s. Compared them to my Logitech Z320s, which do not have a subwoofer, and the Logitech speakers have superior sound. CyberAcoustics have a little more base, but the mid- and upper range is pretty muddy. Neither speaker is going to put out a lot of volume, although it will probably be enough for folks in the market for this level of speaker. If you want basic, cheap, small speakers, these are fine. For top acoustic quality, you should already know you have to spend a good deal more. 3You get what you pay for...I picked these up because they had good reviews and the price was pretty decent. While I didn't expect top-tier sound quality, I was at least hoping for something decent. These speakers are not it. For those of you looking for good sound quality at a low price, you'll be disappointed. I toyed with my equalizer on my computer while playing music from various genres for over an hour with no success. Especially on flat, it sounds extremely muffled.The bass is muddy and overpowering. At default settings, you can barely hear anything else. You know how if someone drives by with their stereo blaring, but their windows up, you just hear that bass-y vibration? That's what these are like. The mids are all but erased by the overkill-level bass. I turned the bass down almost all the way, which helped with some music, but completely eliminated the bass in others. One size does NOT fit all, and I don't really want to adjust the EQ with each song that plays. But really, who does?The mids are decent. Voices are relatively clear, but muffled a bit. Don't even think about turning the lower range of the mids up because then you get the exact same problem as the bass.Treble is quite tinny. Not TOO bad on flat, but once you adjust the lows so the bass isn't killing everything else, then the tinny-ness really comes out.All in all, I will be returning these speakers. The overpowering bass is what really ruins them. If there was a hardware dial on the subwoofer itself to turn down the bass, I bet these would be nice, but as they are, spend a few bucks extra and get a pair of Logitech speakers. 2Atrocious what these do to musicThese are cheap speakers in every sense of the word. You will not recognize the songs you try to play through these pieces of junk. The sound comes out as extremely muffled, sort of like the effect of if you place four or five heavy throw pillows on top of each speaker. I just hooked these up and cannot believe how horrible they sound.This is probably due to a manufacturing defect or a setting in the crossover circuitry. Practically all of your music signal is shunted to the sub-woofer which leaves it trying to reproduce the mid-range and lower treble tones along with the bass sound. even though it is a very small "woofer" of course it is not designed to do those frequencies and cannot do all three at once. What little sound there is coming out of the satellite speakers is also muffled and affected as well. I guarantee you've never heard your songs sound like this before, and I don't mean in a good way.I would definitely stay away from ANY of the cyber acoustics brand speaker or any others manufactured by the same company as they cannot even come close to getting the basics right.I bought a similar pair of speakers a few years ago from another unknown name brand. Those gigaware speakers have lasted and always sound great.I would recommend that you RUN not walk away from any of the dreadful sounding Cyber Acoustics speakers as fast as you can and purchase instead something you can actually stand to listen to music on. I'm not one to come on here and savage or abuse a product line at all, but these should not be on the market and deserve to have their sales plummet to what these speakers are worth, which is next to nothing. 1Fine while it lastedThe thing about this speaker set is that it works just fine. it was loud as i wanted, i could tell differences in quality between tracks (important for someone who makes online content), and there wasn't any buzzing or distortion. It was just fine and was doing just what I wanted.After about three months, though, the power supply stopped sending to the subwoofer. I'm not even sure what happened, but I think it has something to do with the fact that the power routes through one of the satellite speakers *before* being led to the subwoofer. I think maybe the movement of the speaker shook something loose in the power line going to the sub. The speaker *itself* vibrates just fine. Obviously the *signal* is going through. Just no *electricity*.I tried to find a solution to this, and I contacted Cyber Acoustics by email, but... return failure - and this was from the email address on their website. I guess you get what you pay for.But like I said, when it works, it works just fine. Hope yours works longer than mine did. 2Surprisingly good qualityFor its price point, I was somewhat surprised at the bass this system put out. Using it on a PC, it's surely not the best in any category, but performs perfectly well with gaming and browsing without much care for amazing sound, especially on a budget. That being said, it sounds great to me without any adjustment (running with pulseaudio on Ubuntu 13.10), or at least better than any laptop, TV, or other speaker system in the house (well, the bass is way better), given that I would likely prefer a surround sound setup to this, especially using a motherboard that supports full surround.I would recommend this for a PC on a budget, or for a generic speaker system for a phone, tablet, or laptop that remains somewhat stationary (like a replacement for something such as an iHome, have it set up somewhere and plug a phone in to listen to music). 5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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