What's in the box:
1 x J8902 1000 watt Home Theater Subwoofer SystemPoduct details of Speaker J8902 1000 watt Home Theater Subwoofer System
Now any audio fan would know that for a sub to produce decent bass response, it should have at least a 6" sub installed. However if you read our review on the TDK Tremor S-150 speaker system, you would remember that it's sub had only two 3" drivers. Therefore what we can understand is that if the drivers are of strong enough to handle high current flows it'll have good bass response. I'm sure this is what TDK has implemented in their system, and it's very likely that Jazz speakers are adopting a similar strategy on the J8902 system as well. Well find out soon enough to give an opinion on this :)
The package contains two satellites, one sub, a control box, user manual, a power adapter and all required cables to hook up the speaker system onto your PC. One this speaker system will guarantee is that it'll turn heads from all over the planet, even if it isn't the most powerful speaker system out there. I had loads of my friends (some I even don't know : ) coming over just to see this mysterious creature sitting on my desktop.
Setting up the J8902 is pretty easy and straightforward. The satellites and the sub connect directly to the control unit. The cables are color coded so you won't have problems figuring out which goes where. Next you need to attach the line out from the PC to the line in of the control box, and once you hook up the power adapter you're set to go. The speakers are magnetically shielded so you can place them close to your monitor if you wish. I have placed them next to a monitor and it doesn't seem to receive any interference at all.
The two satellites are enclosed in a transparent plastic globe which has been flattened out at the bottom. A white mesh cover in front of the satellites hide them from our view and give a really neat look. The 2.5" satellites produce a total of 4Watts R.M.S each.
Now if you look at the box you'd see that the box displays this system as if it is rated at 1000Watts PMPO. If you read our TDK S-150 review you'd know that PMPO ratings are only marketing tricks. The true power of this system is 20Watts R.M.S in total, thus the PMPO rating does at all give a true rating of the power of the system. So when ever you decide on buying a speaker system, never go by the PMPO rating.
Since the insides of the satellite can be seen directly you can see that the built quality of these drivers are really good and they show great promise. If you wish you could remove the front covers, if you think it gives a cooler look, however this exposes the drivers directly to various hazards, so make sure they are in a safe place if you plan on doing this. The beauty of these satellites is that they are so small that if they weren't on, one would mistake them for paper weights. This makes them very easy to camouflage in a small desktop area.
real highlight of this speaker system is its sub. This is no doubt the
strangest looking sub all of us here have seen. It looks partly like an
Easter egg and partly like a lunar landing module. The sub truly
attracts lots of curious eyes in its direction. As mentioned before the
sub uses a 4" driver and it's rated at 12Watts R.M.S. The sub has been
very well designed and it rests on four silver colored stands which add
to it's sleek look.
The control unit is where all speakers connect to. The functionality of the control unit has been kept pretty simple, with volume control, power on button and a bass control. The control unit is colored metallic silver which suites the whole system well.
|Zone||Weight||Delivery Fee (RM)|
|West Malaysia||First 1.00 kg||6.50|
|Additional 1.00 kg||2.00|
|East Malaysia||First 1.00 kg||11.00|
|Additional 1.00 kg||9.00|