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Razer 2.0 Gaming Speakers Custom Woven Glass Fibre 3-inch Drivers - Nommo Chroma £98.79 @ Amazon
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Razer 2.0 Gaming Speakers Custom Woven Glass Fibre 3-inch Drivers - Nommo Chroma £98.79 @ Amazon

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Posted 4th Feb

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£98.79 from £149.99

Not as good as that half price deal, obviously. But still a deal right now. Normal Nommo’s go for this.
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  • 3 Inch drivers coated with DuPont Kevlar custom woven glass fibre 3 Inch drivers
  • Rear-facing bass ports with increased bass output
  • Bass knob with automatic gain control
  • Razer Chroma RGB lighting
  • Gaming-focused positional accuracy so you never miss a shot
  • Frequency response is 50-20,000hz

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When I was in the market for 2.0 speakers I considered these, but reviews were a bit mixed. I went with Edifier R1700BT instead.

Edit, look what I found (best hearing these tests through headphones)
Edited by: "louiselouise" 6th Feb
Thought it was ip camera and still looks like one.
Now £118.27. Price keeps fluctuating, guessing they're matching another site somewhere.
louiselouise04/02/2020 22:51

When I was in the market for 2.0 speakers I considered these, but reviews …When I was in the market for 2.0 speakers I considered these, but reviews were a bit mixed. I went with Edifier R1700BT instead.



Good choice.
Gaming PC's are the size of a suitcase, gaming monitors are literally 3 feet wide, why on earth do people still buy "gaming" speakers that are smaller than their mouse? Are you trying to save space here?

Does the speaker on your TV sound like it's any good?
No it's crap, and it's crap mainly because you can't create bass without moving a lot of air, and the only way to do that with a 3 inch driver is to throw it back and forth like a mad thing, which creates distortion and a tinny sound.

Or you use a separate bass driver, like those ridiculous Harman Kardon soundsticks that are on here every month, which then ruins the focus
horsey05/02/2020 12:31

Gaming PC's are the size of a suitcase, gaming monitors are literally 3 …Gaming PC's are the size of a suitcase, gaming monitors are literally 3 feet wide, why on earth do people still buy "gaming" speakers that are smaller than their mouse? Are you trying to save space here?Does the speaker on your TV sound like it's any good? No it's crap, and it's crap mainly because you can't create bass without moving a lot of air, and the only way to do that with a 3 inch driver is to throw it back and forth like a mad thing, which creates distortion and a tinny sound.Or you use a separate bass driver, like those ridiculous Harman Kardon soundsticks that are on here every month, which then ruins the focus


A bit bigger than a mouse, my mouse anyway.

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rev605/02/2020 12:34

A bit bigger than a mouse, my mouse anyway


That's interesting, because the Celestion 3 speakers in this image are 5 inch,
so these things are in reality more like 2 inches, so even more compromised than expected

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Like you said, Louise's Edifier's would probably be a better choice
Edited by: "horsey" 5th Feb
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