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Cyber Acoustics CA-2022


$35.00 Released June, 2002

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Great audio clarity even at higher volume levels. Remarkably strong bass presence for a basic stereo system. Compact design takes up very little desktop space, is travel friendly.

The Cons:Plugging your headphones into the speakers rather than directly into your computer results in a constant low-level buzzing.

The CA-2022 is a 2.0 multimedia speaker system from Cyber Acoustics.  The system consists of two satellite speakers, each with 2.5" high-excursion, high-efficiency drives that provide a total system power of 5 watts RMS.

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  They feature a slim design with a glossy black finish to match many flat panel monitors.  Like Cyber Acoustics' CA-2014, the CA-2022 also have a volume control, headphone jack, and power button built in to one of the speaker bases.  They also have an LED-illuminated power button and offer a built-in auxillary input which the CA-2014 lacks.  The CA-2022 comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features/Specs

  • Dual Satellite Speakers
  • 2.5" High-Excursion, High-Efficiency Speaker Drivers
  • Slim Speaker Design
  • Glossy Black Finish
  • Built-in Volume Control
  • Built-in Power Button with Illuminated Light
  • Built-in AUX Input
  • Built-in Headphone Jack
  • System Power: 5 watts RMS, 12 watts Peak
  • 1 year limited warranty

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Pros
  • 2

    Great audio clarity even at higher volume levels.

  • 1

    Remarkably strong bass presence for a basic stereo system.

  • 1

    Compact design takes up very little desktop space, is travel friendly.

  • 1

    Slick aesthetic looks great, belies the low price point.

  • 1

    Volume, power controls and headphone jack are all easily accessed on the right satellite.

  • 1

    Some of the best audio available at this price.

Cons
  • 1

    Plugging your headphones into the speakers rather than directly into your computer results in a constant low-level buzzing.

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