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A Morro That Make Sorrow

Reviewing: Sonic Gear Morro 200  |  Rating:
Jemmy Hosea By Jemmy Hosea on
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When the first time I moved to Batam city, I am seeking for a cheap speaker system which I am going to use it temporarily, so I bought this Morro 200. The reasons I choose this speaker system because it has a black flat panel design and use USB at the power source (no power cord, no batteries). It is very simple and convenience for me. The speaker has a power button with beautiful blue indicator and a built-in earphone jack with volume control. The audio power are 2x3 watts RMS. This speaker can only deliver standard audio quality. This is the part I am very dislike. I cannot turn on the sound very loud because the speaker will produce "broken" sound. It is very annoying. There is no any bass I can hear from this speaker also. Finally, I use this speaker as the middle sound only since my Creative sound card provides multiple port as the audio source (rear, front, and middle). I decide to buy new bigger speaker that has a woofer that can produce big bass. The price of this speaker is pretty cheap. It only cost $8. I only recommend this speaker for standard usage. This economic speaker is made by Sonic Gear.