Question about Philips SBP1100/37 Portable Speaker System Computer Speakers

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Very low output

Hi, i bought this product online and found the sound quality very very low. i got the speakers exchanged only to see that the replacement is equally bad and low in volume. i tried with different settings but no use. the fujitsu lap top's small tiny speakers gives better sound output. what could be the problem? is it that these speakers are soooooo poor in sound/volume quality?

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Hi, No it isn't powered - its plug and play but the ad posted by manufacturer (phillips) and seller says it is powerful (2W output). Shall follow your advice to try it on a radio as well. Pretty sure I bought a wrong product !!

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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Are the Philips speakers powered ????
Try in the headphone socket on a radio and check the sound then.

Posted on Aug 01, 2008

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Dear shelnaaqua,
Please connect the headphone to your system and check the sound quality,If it sound good then the connection of the speakers are not ok. This system has HI & low frequency output. Connect woofer to LOW frequency output and tweaters to HI frequency.
please take trouble to vote for me if this solve your problems
ramesh22

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