- 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 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #217,176 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Coby CSMP67 50W Multimedia Speaker System, Black
- 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
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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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.
Cons: poor quality and components are not made to last.
Bottom line: not worth $60! More like $10.
This is another Coby product that has been a disappointment to me.
Purchased to be able to listen to music from my phone while working around the house.
System has a sub with two satellite speakers that connect to the sub with a quarter inch jack, a power plug, and a "hardwired" quarter inch jack for the input. The sub has a power switch for an internal amp and separate volume controls for treble (satellite speakers) and bass in the sub. Right from the start only one satellite speaker would operate. The second satellite worked only when I pulled quarter inch jack connecting the speakers to the sub on the back of the sub out just a little, indicating the socket connection is defective, or the circuit board has a fault. The sub barely makes any bass at full power. Issues are the same regardless of whether the system is plugged into a laptop, desktop or a phone/mp3 player.
I attempted to re-solder the speaker connection jack in the back of the sub by disassembling the sub and removing the circuit board - to no avail. I attempted to disassemble the connecting quarter inch jack by slicing it open to find a fault in the wiring - also to no avail. The issues remain.
A very disappointing product. Would not recommend to anyone.
Con: Low quality all around
Bottom line: we're done with Coby products.
This is the second of their products we've owned and the second that's been a disappointment (at least they're consistent).
Purchased these for family member as a gift so they could listen to portable music w/o headphones.
System consists of two wired satellite speakers - that can be plugged either directly to a source such as a laptop - and the larger bass speaker. The latter has a 110v electric plug and power switch (presumably for an internal amp), a socket for the satellite speaker wire, and separate volume controls for treble (satellite)and bass speakers.
Initially, only one satellite speaker would operate. The second satellite would play if we pulled the plug on the back of the sub out just a little, indicating the socket connection is faulty. The so-called bass (laughingly referred to as a "sub") barely makes any sound at full power. The only way we can tell it operates is to feel the speaker cone, which barely vibrates. I suspect the internal amp is faulty as well.
Issues are the same regardless of whether the system is plugged into a laptop, desktop or portable music player.
We've repackaged this one and it's going back.