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Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Speaker System Review

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Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Detailed Features

I am confident you would agree that, considering what you have read so far, there is plenty to appreciate when it comes to the Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Gaming Speaker System. We will discuss the audio performance in the Testing & Results section coming up, so all I will say at this point is that the Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 is more than just a pretty face. Now, let us take a look at this system in more detail.

Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Gaming Speakers

The front of the control box/external amplifier provides a user with plenty of options to manipulate the Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Gaming Speaker System. In descending order, we have the volume dial, the bass dial, the standby button, the source button, the headphone jack, the microphone jack, and the line in jack. Around the perimeter of the volume dial, you will find an LED light that changes color depending upon which source is active. Obviously, this light and the source that is active is controlled by the source button.

Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Gaming Speakers

The reverse side of the control box/external amplifier has plenty going on as well. From top to bottom, we have the mic output, the input for another external device, and then all of the ports to connect the speakers for the Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000. Finally, there’s the power cord and power switch at the bottom.

Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Gaming Speakers

I failed to mention this earlier, but the satellite speakers are wall-mountable, which is evidenced by the reverse side of each speaker. The Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 satellite speakers don’t have any type of slip-resistant rubber pads on the bottom, but they probably should.

Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Gaming Speakers

Speaking of slip-resistant rubber feet, both the control box/external amplifier (pictured above) and the subwoofer (not pictured) have this feature. The subwoofer will stay in place when positioned on a hardwood floor and the control box will stand fast when sitting on your desk. We can’t say the same for the satellite speakers.

So far, we know that the Genius GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Gaming Speaker System is full of features and it looks good. Now we need to find out how good it sounds. I’ve made a few hints throughout the previous pages, but it’s time to lay it out there for all to see on the Testing & Results page.


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  1. PhilH

    Have you heard a lot of speaker? What speakers would you say these compared too?

    1. Greg Schepers

      Hello PhilH. Yes, I have heard my share of speakers. My previous PC speakers system was a Harman Kardon 2.1 surround system. It is difficult to compare systems unless you are able to listen to them side-by-side, but I will say that this Genius GX Gaming system is, at the very least, among the best 2.1 PC systems that I have ever heard. The bass especially exceeded my expectations. They look cool, sound great… I doubt you’d be disappointed.

  2. dust

    Which one is better – Logitech Z323 or this one?
    Thanks!

    1. Greg Schepers

      Hi Dust. I have never tested the Logitech Z323 system, so it would be unfair for me to tell you which is better. What I can tell you is that, when you compare the features and specifications, The Genius GX Gaming system wins that battle. So, on paper, it is the more capable system.

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