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Microlabs Fc360 Speaker

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  • Powerful 2.1 subwoofer system with full range acoustic production, rich sound and clarity
  • X-Bass design, Microlab own proprietory technology - bass with natural depth and range
  • 5.25" woofer system for deep vocal and bass effects. All magnetically shielded
  • Designed by Denmark acoustic expert, Peter Larsen V12 FineCone technology with perfect linear response
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandMicrolabs
Item Weight9 Kg
Product Dimensions43.6 x 40.6 x 30.4 cm
Item model numberMICROLABFC360
  
Additional Information
ASINB006812VRA
Best Sellers Rank 15,280 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 Kg
Date First Available23 Aug 2011
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Microlab FC360 - FC360 2.1 speaker system, 15W x 2, 24W, sep. Amp

Box Contains

1x Toshiba Satellite C660D-1C9
1xAC power supply
1x Quick Start Guide

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Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Peter den Haan on 19 Jun 2012
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I can only agree with the other reviews I've read. These are superb little speakers for the price.

The cabinets may not match those of my £2K Totem Acoustics speakers, but they are made of wood which helps to keep resonance and coloration down. That pays off especially in the bass driver, which is also tuned decently for a change. Most mid end 2.1 speakers try to impress you by producing lots of bass - but once you've taken them home you start to discover that it is really quite a flabby, boomy, ill-defined mush down there. These ain't bad at all, and I've been throwing everything from Johann Sebastian Bach through Scroobius Pip to Rammstein at them.

Some reviews say the FC360 is a tad brash compared to (much) more expensive systems. I find that toeing them in tames that quite nicely. Just turn them so that the speaker axes cross each other well in front of you: you're no longer straight in the firing line, so to speak. It improves the imaging a little to boot.

There's one 1 star review at the moment from someone whose unit (or some part of the setup) was clearly defective. They do NOT sound like that.

I haven't listened to every speaker out there, but my hunch is that this is simply as good as £50 will buy you.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Turner on 5 May 2012
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Initially I was going down the tried and tested route of the Logitech speaker solutions but the model I was after had a strange problem where it wasn't grounded and would pick up foreign radio while on standby. So I had a look about for other sets but none seemed true value for money. On the off chance I clicked on the Microlabs solely on how they looked but was expecting the usual cheapies in expensive looking casing, I couldn't have been more wrong!

I sourced reviews for them elsewhere and everyone seemed to be in agreement that they were terrific value so I went for them. Set them up today with the TV and they perform amazingly for the cost! the bass is unobtrusive buts adds needed oomph to football matches and live music, this in no way effects the crystal clear output of the two included satellites. Both sound crisp and clean with no hiss or distortion.

I recommend them wholeheartedly, I haven't came across anything I'd score them down for? maybe I'd have liked them in metallic silver or white but that's just nitpicking. BUY THEM!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By liam on 21 July 2014
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This set of speakers has a 50Hz hum that drives me nuts. they would be ok for a home cinema system but if your planning on using them at your desk i would avoid these as no manner of messing with settings ( other than hitting the power off button) will kill the hum when you're trying to write or watch something at low volume.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Hywel Thomas on 10 April 2014
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OK, this thing has been in my house for one hour, but, of course, everything had to stop to set it up! So, from a hifi low life let me give you my impressions:
1. It's big! Especially the subwoofer, had to move my desk out from the wall to slot it in.
2. Beautiful piece of kit - black, shiny and substantial.
3. Fitting - easy peasy. Just slot all the wires into the back of the volume thingy. (I told you I was a low life) Switch on.
4. Crank up the bass and press go. (Oops forgot to tell the PC I'd switched sound outputs - Control Panel, right click Speakers and set to default)
5. Alex Clare, Too Close. Wow. The sound is so good; the bass is bassy, the treble is....cutting.
I don't know what you sound nuts think of this unit, but to me, it's awesome! Well done Microlabs.
(Writing this to Goody Two Shoes, two thumping drums, Adam has never sounded so good!)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Oldg1t on 27 May 2013
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I wanted a simple, high quality 2.1 speaker set up for my PC. Initially, I was going to go for the Corsair sp2500 system @ £180. Yes, the Corsairs are better ... but, not £130 better! (obviously 'sound quality' is purely subjective, and some people may disagree with me)

The build is excellent, as is the design (if aesthetics are important to you) and will make your ears & eyes smile. And all for only £50!

There is a 'pop' as it is turned on, but if you are like me, and once on, it stays on, then that small shortcoming is of no consequence.

Highly recommended :)
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Deb McDougall on 27 Feb 2012
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I purchased these speakers after reading a review in a popular computing magazine, which gave them a glowing reference.
The Sound quality is indeed very good. However, I have one minor niggle and something which is not made clear in the specifications.
The headphone socket DOES NOT respond to the speakers volume control! All other speaker systems I have had over the years do. This is not a one off fault, as I purchased 2 of these systems and it was the same on both sets.
To adjust the volume you have to do it via the speaker control icon on your computer, or using the volume control on which ever program you are using to play the sound I.e. Itunes/windows media player etc. This is OK unless you want to listen on headphones while gaming on a PS3, as this has no volume control, so the volume ends up fixed.
To over come this I purchased a small in line sound amplifier for headphones, the FiiO E6 from amazon priced at £20.94. This worked a treat and can be used with other MP3 players, Ipods, Iphones etc. Shame that this is the case, hence the 4 star rating.
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