Tuesday, April 29th 2014

GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Gaming Speakers Available in North America

GX Gaming, the professional gaming peripherals line by Genius, today launches the SW-G2.1 2000 speaker system in North America. With a total output power of 45 watts (RMS), GX Gaming's latest 2.1 speaker system includes a 6.5" subwoofer providing 29 watts of heart-thumping bass, two 8 watt wall-mountable satellite speakers and a separate control box for easy adjustment of volume and bass. In 4 separate pieces, the subwoofer, speakers, and control box can be arranged to maximize the acoustics and layout of any room while still having volume and bass controls at your fingertips.

Pulsating Blue BackLight
To complement the rich bass, a cool blue backlight on the scorpion-emblazoned subwoofer beats along to the rhythm of music or combat.

Convenient Control and Connectivity
Not only does the separate control box make volume and bass adjustments a breeze no matter where the speakers are located, but it also includes a conveniently placed front panel headphone and microphone jack for private listening and chatting while gaming. The rear of the control box includes a 3.5mm standard input, allowing for instant hookup to PCs and external audio devices such as MP3/CD players; and two RCA jacks for connections to game consoles, DVD players, and TVs.

Price and Availability
Offering booming bass, crisp middle to high range sound, and the flexibility to connect to gaming, music, and other entertainment devices, the SW-G2.1 2000 speaker system is available May 5 in the USA on Amazon and Canada for the suggested retail price of 119.99 USD, 139.99 CAD.

For more information, visit the product page.
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3 Comments on GX Gaming SW-G2.1 2000 Gaming Speakers Available in North America

#1
Hilux SSRG
29 watts of heart-thumping bass

LOL,... I'd shed a tear if it wasn't sad.
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xBruce88x
by: Hilux SSRG
29 watts of heart-thumping bass

LOL,... I'd shed a tear if it wasn't sad.
That's RMS not Peak. Peak is probably 58 watts or so. Sure its no competition grade subwoofer, but for gaming (which is what these are for) its not bad. Still plenty of thump to hear that artillery strike coming, or footsteps from something big, etc (w/e game your playing). Still comes down to how well the cabinet is for the Sub though. Price is a tad high though, considering my 200watt promedias are under $100 now.
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pr0n Inspector
OMG Gaming speakers! They must have unicorn dust in 'em.
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