By Krishna Jani
Really, really good speakers. Very loud, very clear, and the most incredible bass. I've kind of turned it into a home theater with the 3.5mm input coming from my PC, and the RCA inputs in my Tata Sky box (Both my PC and set top box are connected to the same TV). Both of them work simultaneously.
A can't stress how amazing the bass is. The subwoofer is HUGE, so take that into consideration if you have a confined space. At just a little over half volume, I can still feel the thump at the other end of a 1000 sq. ft. house.
It's not just bass, though. It's very clear at higher frequency. Rock, pop, heavy metal, EDM, whatever, it all sounds great. Watching movies and (especially) gaming is explosive.
A lot of the reviews online seem to think the satellites are ugly, but I think they look quite nice. It's subjective. At the end of the day, they're SPEAKERS. It's the sound you should be concerned with.
I don't know what the street price is, but it has an MRP of around 14k. Most online retailers have it for 12k, so it's an absolute steal for 8.6k here. I have no idea why it's so cheap on Infibeam, but it's a sweet deal. I will say this. If you're an audiophile and are concerned more with the nuances of your music, you might want to consider the more expensive, but also awesome Klipsch Promedia 2.1.
I was very impressed with the packaging by Infibeam. Layers and layers of thermocol and bubblewrap around it. Took me half an hour to get it all unpacked, but I'd rather do that than have it damaged in transit, so good job there.
Again, if you need good speakers for music, TV or gaming, this is a great all-round set that's REALLY loud, has mental bass, and at the price Infibeam's selling it at, really good value for money.