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Excellent sound quality for the price, extremely sturdy, looks and feels like an actual stage monitor and able to connect it to multiple monitors and various audio sources (including MP3 players).
Easy setup, Sounds better than expected, Enhances gameplay, The fun factor is undeniable, Daisychainable for multi monitor mayhem
Does not include a male-to-male cable and no bass or treble adjustments.Overall: Certainly adds to the faux stage experience and can be used for much more than just gaming. Playing a music video game does not make you a musician but dammit if you sure don
The power cable is kind of short, A threeband EQ (or even bass and treble adjustments) would have been nice
By Gaming Age on March 15, 2010
So you say that you spent all your hard earned cash on your HDTV and current generation console and you want better sound than what your television will output? Then have I got a speaker system for you. Polk Audio, the manufacturer of high end audio...
By GamerTell on March 10, 2010
Playing a music video game does not make you a musician but dammit if you sure don’t feel like one while you do. You can rapidly smack buttons and strum to some heavin’ hitting in-game tunage. Companies have done well furthering that rock...
By Big Picture Big Sound on January 14, 2010
There's just no denying that having a monitor on the floor blasting music up into your face while you dance around the living room, beating the crap out of faux musical instruments is a hell of a lot of fun. So much so that I'm leaving the...
By Gaming Nexus on January 05, 2010
Polk Audio has been in the gaming audio business for many years, but mostly on the PC side. Last year, Polk debuted the SurroundBar Instant Home Theater with one of it stated purposes to enhance gaming audio without having to invest in a full-fledged...
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