Corsair SP2200 2.1 Speaker Review
The SP2200 come packed in a very sturdy box that will keep your purchase in prime condition. The Sub box has the speaker facing into the middle, to help ensure that even the most ham-fisted delivery attempt wont damage them. It's the little thing that we always love. Documentation is fairly sparse, but speakers don't require a huge amount of information and the connectivity guide on the front of the manual is clear and handily placed.
As well as the 3.5mm jack and DIN cable hard-wired to the right hand satellite, there are a few other cables to assist in connecting the SP2200 to a variety of sources. Hopefully your version will come with a UK plug or at least an adaptor, something ours didn't.
As is often the case the subwoofer has the cable attachments and the SP2200, whilst not replete with them, at least has enough for the majority of cases.
The subwoofer itself absolute dominates the box. There is no doubt that this will be able to rattle your fillings. The piano black port is a nice touch too.
The satellites come in a separate box within the main package, and the right hand one has the main controls. On/off, volume and bass, as well as an AUX port and a headphone one should you require them.