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Edifier M3300SF 2.1 Speaker Set 54W RMS Black
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 8.7/10
With 23 User Reviews

Review Date: 01/24/14
Cons: -Some issues involving volume controller-Dust prone

Pros: -Aesthetically pleasing-Great price-Fairly balanced sound
Very few 2.1 speakers can top this one in terms of price (after pricematch). Build quality is decent, but volume controller can cause sound issues, and may need replacing (through warranty).

Review Date: 12/07/13
Cons: pricematch available

Pros: great sound and good styling
good sound from this well made speaker set. volume control and a subwoofer with good base

Review Date: 11/08/13
Cons: none so far

Pros: Pretty compact, great sound for price
Were purchased to replace a set of speakers and are recommended for a decent price/sound combination.

Review Date: 04/03/13
Cons: control pad is bit too light lol

Pros: very good sound quality, decent woofer, conpact
i bought this to replace an old set of yamaha 2.1, much better sound quality and compact.best 2.1 speaker in this price range. can't go wrong with it. plus you can PM it if you find a better price.

Review Date: 03/27/13
Cons: Not very powerfullSounds bad at low volumeSatellite feels cheap with base

Pros: CheapNo uniformity in the build of satelite vs subTweeter in the sateliteSatellite are wall mountable
I used to have my computer in the living room hooked to the TV and a lousy home theater setup for quite some time. So when I moved to a new house and made myself an office in the basement I needed to equip myself with a set of speakers.The sound I am used to.Like I wrote, my computer was hooked to a home theater system which consist of a cheapo Pioneer amp, 2 Quest towers, 2 Quest bookshelf speakers, the tv speaker as center and no sub. Also, please note that about 15 years ago I was equiped with a 2.1 Cambridge speaker set before upgrading to Monsoon MM-1000 2.1 Flat panel speaker set. Those where the best speaker I’ve ever eard in terms of clarity. I bought a set of Logitech Z-2300 for my brother in law and my mother, so I also got used to 200 watts RMS of power.Tought choice.I am not single anymore and can’t justiy spending big money on a speaker set that will be used almost exclusively by myself. I was asking myself what was the best speaker set I could get for less than fifty bucks CAD. After reading a little bit, I found myself in front of two choices : the Corsair SP-2200 and the Edifier M3300SF . There where more reviews that where praysing the SP-2200, but Bryan Waters at overclock3d.net tested the Corsair SP-2200 and gave it a bronze award with a rating of 7/10 for performance. Less than a month later the same reviewer tested the Edifier M3300SF and gave it a Gold award with a whooping 9/10 for performance.Down to business.The M3300SF is composed of 2 flat pannel satelites, a subwoofer, a control knob and a 3.5 mm audio cable extension.Satellites : The two ways satellites are 12 watts RMS each and consist of a 3" driver and a tweeter. They have a nice piano black finish that fits with my Antec minuet case. Compared to the Monsoon MM-1000, the speaker are not that flat and feel very cheap. They really weight nothing compared to the Z-2300 and the Moonsoon satellites. In fact, they are so light that it makes them tip very easily. What is nice is that you can remove the ugly stand they come with and hang them on the wall. I really like that feature as it also saves me some precious desk space.Sub : The sub is made of wood of some sort and has a better feel than the satellites. It doesn't have the same finish as most of it is matte instead of glossy and it doesn't look like it fit with the satellites, in that sense I would say the design lacks uniformity. A 6½" speaker brings the 30 watts RMS stated on the box. The bass control is in the back but the power button is on the front which is more usefull.Control knub : I usually prefer controls directly on the satellite, but since I hang the satellites on the wall, I understand the use of a control knob. This one feel particulary good with nice buttons and the piano black finish. It has a volume control, a mute button , an auxiliary input and a headphone output. The only thing missing seems to be a treeble and a bass control.Installation : Everything went smoothly.The only thing missing was the screws for the wall installation.Sound quality.Once everyting was installed, I started watching a music video on Youtube to get a quick peek of what quality sound quality looked like. The first thing I noticed is how bad it sounded at low volume, but as soon as I cranked the volume a bit up everything souded very nice. On the other side, when raising the volume higher the treeble started falling appart. Still the volume range where both the bass and treble are good is enought for most listeners, but it certainly doesn’t have the power of the Z-2300.I tested the speakers using better sources. I listen to some rock, pop, metal, ska, dubstep, classical and can say the sound is nice for the price range, but both the bass and treble are not outstanding. I remember that using my Moonsoon, I was able to clearly ear the difference between the sound of an mp3 encoded at 160kbps versus one at 192kbps, with the M3300SF I can’t. Also when I watched movies and played games, I found the stereo effect not as good as on my Moonsoon set. But on the other side, I don’t find the same problem that was on the Moonsoon which was of having a sound so directionnal that if you where not in the exact sweet spot, you where having a sound greatly diminished.Conclusion.I would lie to say that the M3300SF is the best speaker set I eard, but in the price range I can say it seems like a very good one. Everything sounds good on it, I find the bass and treeble of the same quality, but comming from a Moonsoon set, I was really spoiled with what is considered the best treble you can get in a speaker set. That makes me guess that most listeners would find the treeble better than I would and would find the bass the low point of the M3300SF. The overall quality of the build is ok if you hang the speakers on the wall, if not the satelite feels quite cheap with their very lightweight base. So if you can get this set like I did for around $50 it will blow any other speaker set available at that price. I would even say that at the full price of $99 you shouldn’t be deceived by it.OVERALL : 4/5Bass : 3.5/5Treeble : 4/5Build quality : 4/5Power : 3.5/5Value : 5/5

Review Date: 03/23/13
Cons: none

Pros: Cheap, efficient, average sound
For the price, (50 buck) those are a amazing. Surely they cant compete with high end speaker, but they are decent and will produce a clear enough sound to be joyable. Woudl recommand

Review Date: 02/06/13
Cons: Does not completely turn off sounds when the volume wheel is scrolled down to the lowest point.

Pros: Small slick mountable speakers.
The control pad sound come with a bass volume wheel. I don't like going to the bass and turn it up and down all the time.

Review Date: 01/22/13
Cons: - a rather simple 2.1 set

Pros: + Nice sound to them for small speakers+ Pleasant to look at+ Sub is not ginormous
Recommended. Price was right. Classy and Solid look to them. Good sound for the price. Purchased for family member, pleased to say the least.

Review Date: 01/10/13
Cons: Bad audio quality, bad build quality

Pros: Nice style, decent bass
The subwoofer is decent, it can get very loud and is precise and tight. That's were the Pros end. The mute button is combined with the power button. The power/mute button doesn't fully turn off the speakers, sound can continue playing when it's turned off. A weird, high pitched vibrating sound is emitted when certain mid ranged frequencies are played.The speakers crackle and pop at times Edifier support was impossible to contact when I had issues.I expected much better quality for $100, they work but not very well. I wouldn't purchase them again.

Review Date: 07/26/12
Cons: non

Pros: Great quality
Got this for only $55. A lot better than the cheap Logitech speakers I had before.

Review Date: 06/07/12
Cons: - Bass is really lacking- Price is a tad high for their performance

Pros: - Very crisp sound- Decent build quality- No distortion when louder
Comparing these to my Logitech Z-4's, I was kind of unimpressed with these. As far as clarity and crispness goes, these win by a small margin. But when it comes to bass, these seriously lack any oomph. My Z-4's have far, FAR better bass. I was expecting more in terms of this, especially for the price...I'm kind of disappointed with these.I can't recommend these for this price, maybe at $50, but for anything higher, they're sub-par. They're okay for maybe some quieter music without much bass, but otherwise there are much better 2.1 speakers at better prices out there.

Review Date: 12/21/11
Cons: -Mids could be better-The 3.5mm PC speaker connector that goes to the PC and serial port connector that goes to the sub is split from the remote and can't be split that far.-Power button is on the sub itself (would've preferred to have it on the remote)

Pros: -Great value (paid ~$77 tax in)-Very detailed, clear and crisp highs without being too harsh on the ears-Stylish 2-way satellites-Sub can go fairly low at decent volumes and hits pretty hard-Sub is made of MDF and has a very solid feel and weight to it
In this price range, it's hard to beat the M3300SF. Overall, the sound is very good. The only critique I have (as far as sound quality) is the satellites can lack fullness in the midrange giving a 'small' sound. After a few minutes of using them, it got better, but I still notice it in certain songs/midrange frequencies. The satellites could have benefited from a slightly larger enclosure.Other than that, the sound is excellent. The dedicated tweeter that most (if not all) Logitech sets lack really helps with the high frequencies and the soft dome tweeter isn't overly harsh on the ears. The sub can pound pretty good and produces decent volume even at fairly low frequencies.Other things I didn't really like, was the PC speaker connector and serial port connector that come off of the remote can only be separated by ~4-4.5' so if you plan on having your sub and PC tower separated by more than that distance, you might have troubles reaching. It does come with a stereo 3.5mm male to female extension that you could use.The other thing I didn't really like was that the power button is on the sub itself. Would've been better to put it on the remote, but that's just me.Overall build quality is comparable to a mid-high-end Logitech set. For under $100, I don't think you'll find a better 2.1 system with the build and sound quality of the M3300SF.Build quality - 5/5Sound quality - 4/5Value (at the price I paid) - 5/5Overall - 4.5/5 This review was modfied by poster @ 12-21-11 10:29 PM

Review Date: 09/28/11
Cons: Can't push it too hard

Pros: Great sounding, small profile
While this is a good set, you need to remember that you get what you pay for. This system won't sound as good as one of the $200+ systems on the market, nor should you expect it to. However, as a smaller system it does well if you don't have excessive expectations. The sound is crisp and clear, and the bass is decent. For the price it is good value for the money.

Review Date: 08/26/11
Cons: None yet

Pros: PriceQualityLoud
I'm actually very impressed with these speakers. For 56$ I expected the sort-of low-class speakers you normally see at Staples. However, once I turned up the volume (and bass) I was left very happy with my purchase. They easily beat my old Altec Lansing 5.1 Enhanced (by db and quality), which cost more than double back in 2004!I have a set of z5600 that I now use on my home theater so I didn't want to spend too much on computer speakers (like the Z-623). I just wanted something cheap and simple (2.1 = less wiring). I would definitely buy these again.

Review Date: 07/04/11
Cons: Highs are a bit muted

Pros: CompactInexpensiveGood looksGreat sound for the priceWired remote
For the price, I seriously doubt you will find a 2.1 set that sounds better. Bass, while not earth-shaking, is impressive for the size of the sub, and goes pretty deep. Mids are nice and clear, with good detail and imaging. Highs are a bit lacking; the tweeters seemed almost muted at first listen and aren't as crisp as I would have liked. But for the price, I can't complain. After a couple weeks of listening, the sound improved as the speakers 'broke in'.If you want audiophile sound, spend more, but if you're looking for a decent set of 2.1's for music, TV, or gaming in a smaller space, these are highly recommended.

Review Date: 06/01/11
Cons: Lacking a bass knob on the controller, only one on the sub itselfA little bit tinny sounding at times

Pros: Simple to set upConvenient controls
Bought this for a simple 2.1 setup for a system not needing surround. For that they've done the job quite well. Sound quality isn't excellent, but for the price it's quite good. So far I've been pretty pleased by how they've done, and would recommend these to anyone looking for a low to mid end set of 2.1 speakers.

Review Date: 04/29/11
Cons: none at the price point

Pros: Price , sopund
I just wanted a basic 2.1 replacement for my old Altec Lnasig 2.1 system which well died. I have a hifi set up for serious listening so did not want to spend a lot but still wanted good sound. I like the adjustable subwoofer feature as depending on the track an sample ...I like to tune it.I plan to plan the satellites on a base of Ducseal ( a clay like stuff) as they are pretty light and this will plant them solidly on my desk. I have used ducseal to modify home speaker cone baskets before , works like a charm.

Review Date: 04/09/11
Cons: None

Pros: Good sound!Easy installation!
Good quality for little room or shop.

Review Date: 02/14/11
Cons: It would have been nice to have a thicker casing instead of flat panels to have a richer sound, but that's not a real weakness considering you know what you're buying and the price is really low.

Pros: Good highs, clean sounding sound, very "enveloping" sound, nice design, simple to setup, no hiss/fuzzing when no music is playing or when there's silence in a track.
The Edifier M3300SF is a really nice little system, especially at this price. I bought them to replace a faulty 10 years old Altec Lansing 5.1 system which i bought for 175$ back in the day. It was a nice system so i didn't come from onboard speakers, i was already used to a certain level of quality, therefore i was unsure whether or not this system would deliver.I had to get used to the new sound at first since i was listening to musicwith the same speakers for 11 years but now i can say I'm not disappointed in these. I like them better than my old system now.I tested them with a lot of different styles from heavy music (Tool) to really subtle stuff like Indian music (flute, sitar, etc.) and ambient. It all sounds good. The range of the system seems pretty good.What i really like about them is that they have virtually no background hissing/fuzzing sound like so many other systems have. There is a VERY slight hissing sound when you place your ear right on the speaker but it's inaudible when at a normal distance. The reason I like this is because when you're listening to quiet music with a lot of subtleties, there is nothing more annoying than having a "SHHHHHH" sound in the background. With these you ear the music, no extras. When there is silence in the track, you "hear" silence. That might sound like something basic but a lot of systems fail in delivering in this domain.The other main reason i like them is because the speakers sound sharp and detailed. The flat panels (satellites) by themselves sound thin but when the sub-woofer is about halfway up you have a very nice rich balanced sound.It's a joy to listen to music on these.Overall i am very satisfied, i didn't think that at this price i would have a nice system like this. I would recommend it easily.
UberRevyX (m0pelley99)@NCIX

Review Date: 01/17/11
Cons: When you turn it up louder, the bass tends to get muddy and drowns out every other sound

Pros: Bass, highs, and lows.
They're really great sounding speakers. Great for someone with a gaming system or someone starting out with basic speakers. Bass is good.

Review Date: 01/12/11
Cons: volume

Pros: stylishsound quality
These speakers are nice to look at and sounds great. The only complaint is that it is very loud, even at maximum volume. But for everyday use, it's more than enough and the sound quality is really good.

Review Date: 10/31/10
Cons: Cords could be a tad longer

Pros: Sound quality for price
This speaker system replaced a piece of junk Cyber Acoustics set. The subwoofer has a clean sound and the mid-range speakers are decently clear. Remember to place them far enough away from your screen to eliminate magnetic interference: that buzz coming from your speakers. I would recommend these speakers to anyone looking for a decent set for less than $80.00
B u || e t@NCIX

Review Date: 07/29/10
Cons: - a rather simple 2.1 set

Pros: + Nice sound to them for small speakers+ Pleasant to look at+ Sub is not ginormous
Recommended. Price was right. Classy and Solid look to them. Good sound for the price. Purchased for family member, pleased to say the least.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

General SPEC
Total PowerRMS 12W x 2 + 30W x 1
DriverSubwoofer / bass unit: 6½ inch (166mm), Magnetically shielded, 8ohms

Midrange / high unit: 3 inch (78mm), Magnetically shielded, 4ohms

Tweeter unit: 10mm, Magnetically shielded, 4ohms
Frequency ResponseSatellites: 150Hz - 20KHz

Subwoofer: 20Hz - 150Hz
Impedance10K ohms
Signal to Noise Ratio(SNR)>=85dBA
DimensionSatellites: 108mm x 187mm x 75mm

Subwoofer: 167mm x 298mm x 283mm (WxHxD)
Weight7.10Kg (net) / 8.30Kg (gross)
Features2-way driver, super flat panel satellite design

6½ inch magnetically shielded side-firing subwoofer

Front hyperbolic bass port with wooden enclosed subwoofer

Wired remote control with volume, mute, line-in, headphone jack and LED power indicator

Auxiliary input feature adds additional source input

Magnetically shielded 3 inch midrange speakers and 10mm tweeters
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