- Active Passive: active
- Rated Power: 25W
- Input Interface: 3.5 stereo headphones plug
- The Input Power: ~ 220V, 50Hz
- Impedance: 10KΩ
- Functional Regulating: Volume adjustment, the power switch, the power indicator, bass regulation
- Low Pitch Unit: 4 inch paper cone (outside diameter 106 mm)
- Intermediate Pitch Unit: Antimagnetic 4 inches the band paper cone
- Antimagnetic Function: Full antimagnetic design, including the subwoofer and satellite box
- Satellite Box Channel: RMS 3W x 4 (THD = 10%, f=1kHz)
- Center Channel: RMS 4W (THD=10%, f=1kHz)
- Bass Channels: RMS 10W (THD=10%, f=80Hz)
- Low speaker cabinet: 158 x 226 x 223mm/6.22 x 8.89 x 8.77in(W x H x D)
- The front, surround speakers housing: 68 x 166 x 86mm/2.67 x 6.53 x 3.38in(W x H x D)
- The center channel speaker cabinet: 160 x 66 x 60mm/6.29 x 2.59 x 2.36in(W x H x D)
- Live your games with the speaker system Subwoofers units used by 4 inches (106mm)antimagnetic type speakers, low frequency are solid
- Lose yourself in titanic bass and astonishingly accurate, full-spectrum sound from precision-matched speaker drivers
- Say good-bye to built-in PC audio and get down with your music, games, videos, and movies with this 5.1 Multimedia Speaker System
- Conveniently connect these sleek speakers to your PC, notebook or MP3 player, and experience great audio immediately
- Satellite box adopts 50mmx90mm oval of speakers, intermediate frequency melting
- Multifunctional line control device, volume, the power switch, bass adjustment, the power indicator light, regulation handy
- Wire control device also support the headphone output
- For everyday music listening at an amazing value with the 5.1 mixing multimedia speaker
- Upgrade your PC audio experience with this 5.1 mixing multimedia speaker system
- The stereo multimedia speaker adopts 50mmx90mm oval of speakers, intermediate frequency melting
- The mixing multimedia speaker is easy to install, plug and play
How to Connect Stereo Speakers to a Television:
It's funny how much time and research is put into the television picture and then some cheap, poor quality speakers are stuck in at the last minute. To get a sound that's as quality as the picture, you need to hook up some better quality speakers. There's no short answer on how to do this, and it really depends on your television and equipment. Hooking speakers up to a television requires a receiver, because the television itself has no speaker terminals to hook speakers to, and doesn't have the proper amplification to drive a decent pair of speakers.
- Route the television audio directly through a stereo receiver. Connect the audio outputs of the television to the audio inputs of the receiver, using digital (coaxial or optical) or RCA (left and right audio) cables. Connect the left and right stereo speaker to the corresponding terminals on the receiver. Be sure that the positive and negative terminals of each speaker and the receiver are correctly lined up.
- Use a cable box. If your television doesn't have audio outputs, as many older TVs don't, use the outputs from a cable box to route your sound to the receiver. Proceed with a digital or RCA connection as described for the TV.
- Use a VCR. If you don't have a cable box, run the cable from the wall outlet into your VCR and then instead of outputting the audio to the TV, output it to the receiver so that you'll get sound from cable programming through the receiver and to the speakers, rather than to the TV. Connect the video output from the VCR directly to the TV for the easiest setup. You will then need to control your television programming with the VCR.
- Change the program mode on the receiver to the input category you used to input the audio; for example, "TV," "Cable" or "Aux" are common options. You should now be able to hear audio from television programs on your speakers.
- 1 x Low Speaker
- 1 x Speaker
- 1 x Wired Remote