Tuesday, January 26th 2021

Genesis Gaming Announces Helium 300BT ARGB Desktop Speakers

Modern speakers are not only a source of sound, but also an element of interior design. The Genesis Helium 300BT ARGB speakers adhere to this trend, offering not only powerful sound, but also personalization options.

The Genesis Helium 300BT ARGB set are stereo speakers, which can be connected to a computer with a cable or wirelessly through the Bluetooth interface. The manufacturer equipped it with ARGB LED illumination, and the user has full control over it. LEDs which run around the membranes work with illumination systems from the most popular motherboard manufacturers. The compatibility list includes, but is not limited to, Polychrome RGB, Mystic Light Sync, RGB Fusion, and Aura Sync.
The Genesis Helium 300BT ARGB have a carbon finishing, according to modern trends. When it comes to the system, the speakers use the Bass Reflex technology, which gives the user the ability to configure the volume and bass levels independently with the proper dials. Beside them, on the side panel, you can find RCA and 3.5 mm mini-jack connectors, as well as buttons that control the work mode and the illumination. There is also an eco mode button (ECO).

The power of the system is 24 W with a frequency of 100 Hz - 20 kHz which translates into high quality of sound. The Genesis Helium 300BT ARGB speakers are already available on the market. Potential buyers should expect a price point of around 74,99€ / 84,99$.

Technical specification:
  • RMS: 24 W (2 x 12 W)
  • frequency: 100 Hz - 20 kHz
  • communication: wired (3.5 mm mini-jack), RCA, wireless communication (Bluetooth)
  • ports: sound (3.5 mm mini-jack, RCA), USB (ARGB illumination)
  • size: 200 x 85 x 105 mm
  • cord length:
    • o between speakers: 135 cm
    • o power: 135 cm
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21 Comments on Genesis Gaming Announces Helium 300BT ARGB Desktop Speakers

#1
King Mustard
That's a low price, so I'm not expecting them to sound fantastic.

They'll do though, I'm sure
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#2
Dristun
Damn, I don't live in a palace but I'd be super-depressed if these fit into my interior. Imagine a whole room of rgb rings and cheap faux-carbon plastic, hahahaa, my God.
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#3
Camm
You know what, I don't hate the idea (as long as I have the ability to control them and turn them off).

I'm more disgusted by all the cables being on the side tbh.
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#4
TheUn4seen
Honestly, just get a pair of old Tannoys and a cheap "class D" amp like older SMSL ones on eBay. They will sound infinitely better and won't give you cancer with blinking colorful lights.
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#5
Bork Bork
At 12W each and no subwoofer there ar far better alternatives unless you're only considering these for the aesthetics (?). You can DIY mod something similiar anyway if it's the aesthetics you're after.
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#6
Kohl Baas
TheUn4seen
Honestly, just get a pair of old Tannoys and a cheap "class D" amp like older SMSL ones on eBay. They will sound infinitely better and won't give you cancer with blinking colorful lights.
Excuse me, Doctor. What kind of cancer can you get from blinking colorful lights?
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#7
mak1skav
This is getting depressing ...
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#8
Valantar
Uh, am I the only one noticing that all the cabling for these speakers go to the right hand side of one of the units? So that everything will be very much visible unless you happen to have a wall there?


...why? "Oh, we don't want our knobs on the back, but we don't want the expense of having separate wiring and adjustment panels"? That's ... terrible, terrible design.
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#9
Jose Jeswin
Kohl Baas
Excuse me, Doctor. What kind of cancer can you get from blinking colorful lights?
You can trigger seizures from blinking lights in individuals with epilepsy..:)
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#10
mechtech
Unless that's 10-bit ARGB with 1.07 billion colors................no thanks. ;)
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#11
silentbogo
Ain't that the same mighty band of dummies that got featured recently with an overpriced "gaming" membrane keyboard?
This might be one of the worst Polish hardware "manufacturers" in existence.
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#12
protain
100Hz would have very limited (if any) bottom end, add to that an internal power supply and all that RGB and they'll probably suffer from a lot of electrical noise as well.

Nice idea but just not quite there... jumping on the RBG bandwagon that doesn't seem to be ending anytime soon :D
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#13
repman244
Kohl Baas
Excuse me, Doctor. What kind of cancer can you get from blinking colorful lights?
You get it from all the plastic production and plastic waste.
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#14
StaticVapour
I'd rather put my money towards studio monitors than buy anything like that. To be fair my PreSonus Eris E 3.5's have been 100% worth it, and for the price they sound excellent to me :)
protain
100Hz would have very limited (if any) bottom end, add to that an internal power supply and all that RGB and they'll probably suffer from a lot of electrical noise as well.
That sweet noise from unbalanced cables and bottom of the barrel RCA/3.5mm cables that come supplied (not sure if they do). Little GPU coil whine now in stereo :roll:
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#15
zinixo
Nothing beats a good set of z906 ,5.1. for under 400$ Canadian.
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#16
Sp33d Junki3
what???
I'll stick with my Edifier R1280DB
Those sound great with my DAC
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#17
zlobby
Kohl Baas
Excuse me, Doctor. What kind of cancer can you get from blinking colorful lights?
Gaming one, ofc. :D
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#18
Caring1
Kohl Baas
Excuse me, Doctor. What kind of cancer can you get from blinking colorful lights?
The same kind he gets from 5G when his tinfoil hat slips off.
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#19
timta2
"Genesis" is an old name in The White Van Speaker Scam.
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#20
protain
StaticVapour
I'd rather put my money towards studio monitors than buy anything like that. To be fair my PreSonus Eris E 3.5's have been 100% worth it, and for the price they sound excellent to me :)
I'm running the Eris E4.5's and the Eris Sub8 in my setup and agree for the price the quality is amazing, even at low volumes I can make out every detail and nuance of the sound
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#21
TheUn4seen
Caring1
The same kind he gets from 5G when his tinfoil hat slips off.
You obviously have problems understanding basic sarcasm.
Also, as a matter of fact, this kind of trash can actually indirectly cause cancer and/or other health problems, since it's manufactured with no regard for any kind of environmental or material quality laws and will probably end up on a landfill fairly soon.
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