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    Cyber Acoustics

    I' am right now using the Cyber Acoustics CA-3000. Thay do have alot of bass for a 3in Poly Carbon woofer. It also say that the sub have high excursion woofer. Also like that it is compact and small so I can hide the subwoofer if I wanted to. I got these speakers at Nebraska Furniture Mart in Omaha. Freq response is from 38Hz to 18kHz it says that on the box.


    Here's a link to my new speakers.

    http://www.cyberacoustics.com/index....content_id=335
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    Who Freaking Cares?

    Wow! You finally graduated past $20 speakers all the way to $27.99. Must be a real improvement when listening to Mili Vanili.

    My recent speaker purchase was a pair of Dynaudio Audience 42s. They are worth posting about, unlike your latest capital purchase of Cyber Acoustics Kiddie System.

    Just for my own info, how long are you going to continue to post here about things that nobody cares about? Do you really have nothing better to do? If you don't, like I suggested earlier, you should spend the time you are wasting on toys and posting about them to get a job so you can buy a pair of REAL speakers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyfi
    Just for my own info, how long are you going to continue to post here about things that nobody cares about? Do you really have nothing better to do? If you don't, like I suggested earlier, you should spend the time you are wasting on toys and posting about them to get a job so you can buy a pair of REAL speakers.

    Hey Hyfi, you wouldn't say that if you read the specs first...

    Product Features and Technical Details
    Product Features

    * 3-piece, 10-watt speaker system
    * Speaker system for PC, Mac, notebook, MP3 player, or CD player
    * Powered subwoofer in all-wood cabinet
    * Plug-n-play usb connection
    * Ergonomic space saving design

    Technical Details

    * Woofer: Information not available
    * Amplifier power: 10 watts (system)
    * Frequency response: Information not available
    * Signal to Noise Ratio: Information not available
    * Woofer speaker diameter: 3"
    * Satellite speakers diameter: 2"
    * Power: 9 volt power (adapter included)
    * Total power output: 14 watts
    * Composition: Acoustic balanced wood cabinet, cloth grill cover
    * Remote: Yes (volume)
    * Connection: Minijack (headphone type)
    * Dimensions: Package: 9 x 6 x 7.8 inches
    * Warranty: 1 year

    Back in my day, we had nine planets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luvin Da Blues
    Hey Hyfi, you wouldn't say that if you read the specs first...

    Product Features and Technical Details
    Product Features

    * 3-piece, 10-watt speaker system
    * Speaker system for PC, Mac, notebook, MP3 player, or CD player
    * Powered subwoofer in all-wood cabinet
    * Plug-n-play usb connection
    * Ergonomic space saving design

    Technical Details

    * Woofer: Information not available
    * Amplifier power: 10 watts (system)
    * Frequency response: Information not available
    * Signal to Noise Ratio: Information not available
    * Woofer speaker diameter: 3"
    * Satellite speakers diameter: 2"
    * Power: 9 volt power (adapter included)
    * Total power output: 14 watts
    * Composition: Acoustic balanced wood cabinet, cloth grill cover
    * Remote: Yes (volume)
    * Connection: Minijack (headphone type)
    * Dimensions: Package: 9 x 6 x 7.8 inches
    * Warranty: 1 year

    Thats it, I am selling both my 82s and 42s as well as my JMLabs Tantal 509s and getting three sets of Cyber Asscoustics. I specially like the Signal to Noise Ratio. All my equipment is listed as Information Not Available so I surely want my speakers to have matching specs.

    LOL, you should see his website. Other than a few Lifestyle bashing posts, he is the only poster and his forums include High End Audio sections of which he has no clue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankingVanillaice
    I' am right now using the Cyber Acoustics CA-3000. Thay do have alot of bass for a 3in Poly Carbon woofer. It also say that the sub have high excursion woofer. Also like that it is compact and small so I can hide the subwoofer if I wanted to. I got these speakers at Nebraska Furniture Mart in Omaha. Freq response is from 38Hz to 18kHz it says that on the box.


    Here's a link to my new speakers.

    http://www.cyberacoustics.com/index....content_id=335
    LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyfi
    Thats it, I am selling both my 82s and 42s as well as my JMLabs Tantal 509s and getting three sets of Cyber Asscoustics. I specially like the Signal to Noise Ratio. All my equipment is listed as Information Not Available so I surely want my speakers to have matching specs.

    LOL, you should see his website. Other than a few Lifestyle bashing posts, he is the only poster and his forums include High End Audio sections of which he has no clue.
    I still say he should get the M-Audio's back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnMichael
    Click your heals three times and say "he will not listen, he will not listen, he will not listen.
    Not necessarily true JM. You'll notice he's now posting about his never-ending quest for computer audio nirvana (maybe a poor choice of words) in the Computer Audio section right?

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    I was wondering what does high excursion woofers mean? Does it mean it makes alot of bass or the cones move alot?
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    It means you can take long trips with them with a non-detrimental outcome.

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    Oh ok I was always wondering what that meant I never knew the real meaning of high excursion means? I seen them on woofers for subs but I never knew it meant to take long trips with non detrimental outcome I learned something new today. I always though it had something to do with the cones moving alot.
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    Since I was interested in what that excursion woofers mean and all of them said they never heard of it but does high excursion woofers really mean "It means you can take long trips with them with a non-detrimental outcome"? They only can guess that it meant it makes low bass but they didn't say it has to do with what you said. I' am confused.
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    Ok I called alot of audio dealers and finaly I found out what high excursion woofers meaning they said it means basicaly that the cones move freely and moves up and down alot so alot of bass comes. But they didn't say that is mean this "It means you can take long trips with them with a non-detrimental outcome". I am acutaly now more confused what does that person was trying to say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankingVanillaice
    Ok I called alot of audio dealers and finaly I found out what high excursion woofers meaning they said it means basicaly that the cones move freely and moves up and down alot so alot of bass comes. But they didn't say that is mean this "It means you can take long trips with them with a non-detrimental outcome". I am acutaly now more confused what does that person was trying to say.
    Maybe you should have done a Google search before asking the question.

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    I don't understand where the confusion is. When I moved down here from Jersey, I brought my sub with me during the trip, and it played fine. WTF???

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    ex·cur·sion(ik-'skur-zhun) - (a) movement from and back to a mean position or axis in an oscillating or alternating motion. (b) The distance traversed in such a movement.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subwoofer

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    Oh, okay. Well, my sub is still here in Texas, so... my bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpankingVanillaice
    Oh ok I was always wondering what that meant I never knew the real meaning of high excursion means? I seen them on woofers for subs but I never knew it meant to take long trips with non detrimental outcome I learned something new today. I always though it had something to do with the cones moving alot.
    NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Sigh...

    Just catching my breath now. Still can't see through the tears.
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    Yesterday for the $48 since it was only sale I got the Cyber Acoustics CA-2908 USB powered speakers and I like it since there are no messy wires and it's compact and portable. It has a 2in woofer and a 1in Myler dome tweeter. It goes from 68hz to 18khz. It also have the volume control and mute control and a headphone jack to connect headphones to it. It also comes with a nice durable carring case to put the speakers in. It says it perfect for notebook PC and that's what I have.


    Here are the new USB powered speakers I got.


    http://www.cyberacoustics.com/index....content_id=379
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    SVI,
    a question,
    and I want you to give a honest, serious answer.

    Why do you change speakers so much?
    Life is music!

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    I really think it's time to give this nit-wit the boot. Seriously.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basite
    SVI,
    a question,
    and I want you to give a honest, serious answer.

    Why do you change speakers so much?
    He doesn't answer questions. Just asks them and then ignores the replies.
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