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Coby CSMP67 50W Multimedia Speaker System, Black

by Coby

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  • Designed for use with MP3 players, computer systems, and more
  • Integrated amplifier with RCA stereo input (3.5mm adapter included)
  • Full-range satellite speakers with 3" drivers (10W peak output x 2)
  • Wood subwoofer with tuned port for deep bass response (30W peak output)
  • Convenient in-line volume control

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 30.6 x 22.9 x 15 cm ; 2.7 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 Kg
  • Item model number: CSMP67
  • ASIN: B003EI4CHW
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 14 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #129,779 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Boost the power of your digital music library, with a full-range satellite speaker system from Coby. Compatible with MP3 players, computers, and more, the CSMP67 system takes listening to the next level with two satellite speakers and a wooden subwoofer for deep bass response. Unit also includes in-line volume controls and independent bass/treble tuning controls.

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They were delivered quickly, and they work. For the price i suppose i shouldnt complain about the poor sound quality, but its just terrible. You get what you pay for!
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It performs fine considering the price you pay, but volume, bass & on off switch, is in the back, ridiculous. I would never have bought it had I known.
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By J. Poitras on Oct. 31 2011
Works as describe, very good speakers/sub. Only bad thing i can say is that volume and bass control should have been easier to access, not behind the sub.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Don't be fooled by the specs - only 13W total power Dec 25 2011
By Justin Mathews - Published on Amazon.com
These speakers look nice, but that's about all they have going for them. The 50W peak power is a misleading specification. Their RMS power, or "average" power is much, much lower (it is not mentioned anywhere in the manual). I have a set of 2.1 Boston Acoustics speakers with 7W RMS on the sub and 1.7W RMS on each of the satellites that are MUCH louder than these.

The two satellite speakers in this set aren't that bad. They produce a loud, but average sound (reasonable for the price point). However the subwoofer is terrible. It simply doesn't pull enough power. They might as well have not even included it.

There is a simple explanation for this. The power supply inside the subwoofer only outputs 13W (that's for the entire system). There is no external power brick.

Bottom line: if you're looking for an affordable set of computer speakers with a minor bass response, these are fine. But if you want to listen to music, or care about the low end of your sound at all, stay away.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great little speakers for the price. April 4 2011
By cheap-n-used - Published on Amazon.com
These don't have low sound - I'm listening to them right now. You have to adjust the volume with the knob on the back of the subwoofer. Not bad for a small set of PC speakers or to plug your ipod into. For sub $25 speakers (that include a small subwoofer) these are pretty good.
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Pretty good July 5 2011
By Tyler Beatty - Published on Amazon.com
These speakers are great for the price, and have pretty nice quality and volume. When you turn it way up, it starts getting a bit scratchy, but it can go up pretty loud without losing quality. These are perfect for a computer, if you don't want to go spend a bunch of money on more expensive ones. For other purposes, such as a TV or music system, I'd recommend getting bigger speakers. It has a seperate knob for bass and vol, on the back of the subwoofer.
Exceeds My Expectations May 3 2015
By Julian - Published on Amazon.com
I originally purchased my Coby CSMP67 from Wal-Mart about three or four years ago. When I purchased this speaker system, I understood its limitations so I didn't have any unrealistic expectations--especially for the price. My primary purpose for these speakers was to use them in the kitchen to connect my MP3 player or phone for music when I am cooking. They sound really good for what they are and I have no complaints. I find that these speakers actually exceed my expectations and they still work like new, look great, and sound as good as ever.

The bass response is sufficient and the highs are reasonably clear and the volume is fairly loud. If you turn down the bass completely, you certainly will notice a difference in the sound quality.

I own and have owned a range of name brands in electronics: Zenith, Hitachi, Panasonic, Sanyo, Sony, Samsung, Aiwa, Magnavox, RCA, Phillips, and several others. And I can tell you that every Coby product I have has never let me down in terms of quality and performance. I do, however, understand that opinions will vary as well as experiences and I would suggest that you do the best research possible before you buy a product.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Not Bad For The Price Jan. 26 2012
By John J. Agnew, Jr. - Published on Amazon.com
A work colleague received a set of these; they sound okay for the price. Yes, the 50 watt rating may be misleading. Even in the '70's, they tried to establish a standard, Peak, RMS and IHF (Institute of High Fidelity) for audio power ratings. If you look on the rear of the subwoofer, you'll see the power draw is only 13 Watts, and a lot of that power is just lost in heat (efficiency), so 50 Watts is just someone's fallacy.