Author: Bob Buskirk
We all know Antec for making great PC cases and power supplies. We all know someone with an Antec case and that just shows the quality of their products. Antec knows a lot about making cases and power supplies, but when I heard they were going to making speakers a was a little bit skeptical. We have seen so many companies just use an OEM to get into another market, and what comes out is a very poor product. Luckily Antec is not one of those companies, they introduce you to Soundscience an Antec subsidiary that is set to produce audio and video lifestyle products. Their first product is the Rockus 3D 2.1 Speaker System and we have them up on the testing block today.
|Satellite Speakers:||5.7” (H) x 4.7” (W) x 6.3” (D)|
144.8 mm (H) x 119.4 mm (W) x 160 mm (D)
|Subwoofer:||13.8” (H) x 7.7” (W) x 10.6” (D)|
350.5 mm (H) x 195.6 mm (W) x 269.2 mm (D)
|Weight||8.5 kg / 18.7lbs|
|Satellite Speakers||25 Watts/each|
|Maximum Output S.P.L||95dB|
|10 Hz – 20 kHz|
|2 satellite speakers, subwoofer, remote controller|
|3.5mm to 3.5mm cable, speaker cable – speaker cable – 2 x RCA to open end|
|RCA to 3.5 mm cable, remote cable|
|13” (H) x 10” (D) x 21.6” (W)|
330.2 mm(H) x 254.0 mm (D) x 548.6 mm (W)
The Rockus 3D 2.1 speaker system comes in a nice retail box. On the front there is a large photo of the satellites. On the side of the box there is an explanation of many of the features.
Opening the box up everything is nicely packed with large pieces of Styrofoam. Getting everything out of the box you will find a large subwoofer, 2 satellites, control module, left and right speaker wires, 3.5mm to 3.5mm audio cable, and a RCA to 3.5mm cable.