Today we are taking a look at the “superbudget” category in PC speakers, a place filled with varied brands and some really interesting looking models. One popular brand name in this zone is Intex. These guys have a large variety of products, including a full fledged range in PC speakers. We have a 5.1 model called the IT-4800, meant for multimedia enjoyment. Let’s check it out.
Design and features
The wires are attached to the sats, which plug into the back of the sub. The latter’s front panel is ported, and contains a column of silver push buttons for volume, mute, select functions etc. The finish of the products is actually very impressive, it’s neat not conforming to the typical tacky IT peripheral feel that these PC products generally carry.
The output power is rated at 115 watts RMS total, while the frequency response is 20 Hz – 20 KHz, with the sub crossover at 200 Hz. The rated SBR ratio is >= 75 dB. The product is magnetically shielded.
Speaking of high levels, the speaker set goes pretty loud, but it’s not the cleanest as mentioned. Bass response is respectable and low reaching, and the thump you get for the low price is satisfiable. The driver cones seem to be made of paper, thus one cannot really expect too much in terms of quality.
Updated 19 May, 2013, 5:16 pm IST
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