Edifier M3300SF 2.1 Speaker Set Review
Published: 10th October 2011 | Source: Edifier | Price: |
Starting off with the subwoofer connections, there are two phono inputs for the two satellite speakers, and the serial port for the remote. Oddly the remote also has the input, which we'll get to in a moment. The speaker itself is massive and the covering grill is a seriously sturdy metallic number.
Round the front of the subwoofer is the power button and the shiny port that gives the tight bass we all love.
The satellites are incredibly thin and light. Of course piano black is a complete pig to photograph, but looks the business.
See. Told you they were thin. The stands don't adjust, but thanks to a nice angle the satellites aren't much larger than the footprint. Round the back there is wall mount possibilities. The marks on the back of this particular set is thanks to the previous review place not looking after them as well as we do here at OC3D. Thankfully it's purely cosmetic.
The remote has a gorgeous soft-feel volume dial and mute button. Very responsive and a really pleasant juxtaposition between the muted matt grey controls and piano black remote itself. Round the side of the remote is the input for whatever you choose to play, and Edifier supply both a long and a short 3.5mm cable for this.