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Edifier M3300SF 2.1 Speaker Set 54W RMS Black

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   Shipping Weight:   17.5 lbs
   Part #: M3300SF

Features    [ Edit | History ]
Features:

The super-sleek flat panel 2-way satellites are combined with a powerful 6½ inch subwoofer, making the M3300SF a spectacular performer for all audio sources. Vivid, deep sound is produced by the 3 inch midrange and 10mm tweeter satellites as well as the computer designed subwoofer, extracting every subtle nuance from all sources. The wired remote control with mute function incorporates a built-in headphone jack, perfect for late night movies, gaming and other audio applications.

Quick Specs:
Package Contents
  • M3300SF Speaker System
  • Wired Controller
  • Audio Connecting Cable
  • User's Manual
Frequency Response 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Weight (Approximate) 15.65 lb
Color Black
Country of Origin China
Speaker Configuration 2.1
Bluetooth No
RMS Output Power 54 W
Subwoofer Height 11.73"
Subwoofer Width 6.57"
Subwoofer Depth 11.14"
Satellite Speaker Height 7.36"
Satellite Speaker Width 4.25"
Satellite Speaker Depth 2.95"
Subwoofer Type Active
Wireless Speaker(s) No
ProductId1021449021


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Audio  
     RMS Output Power: 54 W
     Speaker Configuration: 2.1
     Subwoofer Type: Active
     Wireless Speaker(s): No
Controls/Indicators  
     Controls: Volume
Mute
Line In
Power
Bass
General Information  
     Brand Name: Edifier
     Manufacturer: Edifier Enterprises Canada, Inc
     Manufacturer Part Number: M3300SF
     Manufacturer Website Address: http://www.edifier.com
     Product Model: M3300SF
     Product Name: M3300SF Speaker System
     Product Series: M
     Product Type: Speaker System
Interfaces/Ports  
     Headphone: Yes
Memory  
     Memory Card Slot: No
Miscellaneous  
     Country of Origin: China
     Package Contents:
  • M3300SF Speaker System
  • Wired Controller
  • Audio Connecting Cable
  • User's Manual

Network & Communication  
     Bluetooth: No
     Wireless LAN: No
Physical Characteristics  
     Color: Black
     Material: Wood - Subwoofer
     Satellite Speaker Depth: 3" (75 mm)
     Satellite Speaker Height: 7.4" (187 mm)
     Satellite Speaker Width: 4.3" (108 mm)
     Subwoofer Depth: 11.1" (283 mm)
     Subwoofer Height: 11.7" (298 mm)
     Subwoofer Width: 6.6" (167 mm)
     Weight (Approximate): 7.10 kg
Technical Information  
     Driver Type: 6.5" (166 mm) Woofer
3.1" (78 mm) Midrange
0.4" (10 mm) Tweeter
     Frequency Response: 20 Hz to 20 kHz
     Impedance: 4 Ohm Speaker/8 Ohm Subwoofer
     Magnetic Shielding: Subwoofer
Midrange
Tweeter

Customer Reviews of (EDIFIER M3300SF)

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Westcoast
10/02/14
Experience: 10 Days
Pros
2-way Satellite speakers for clarity
6.5" Subwoofer
Wired remote with headphone jack and line out
Cons
None for this price bracket
Summary
These were $55 pricematched. I was replacing a 2.0 2-way speakers set in search of some more bass and had first purchased the Logitech Z523's for $80, the Logitech satellites are only 1-way and the mids and highs are lost and muddy and don't match the power of the subwoofer.

My only concern with this set was the complaint about not enough bass. To my surprise these match the Logitechs in the bass department while being way better in clarity.

The bass isn't always present on lower volume, but this is easily fixed in Windows sound properties. Just goto your sound properties, enhancements, choose the bass boost, goto 'settings' and change it to 50hz and choose your dB level, instant deep bass at low volume.

Excellent overall sound quality.

_Ryan__
09/26/14
Experience: 7 Days
 Verified Owner
Pros
Cheap
Pretty
Decent
Cons
Hollow Sounding Bass
Lightweight Construction
Volume Dongle is Flimsy
Summary
Hahaha, Westcoast got his done first. I was writing this today as I have a bit of downtime.

I have lived with these speakers in two environments for basically a working week now and feel comfortable giving my thoughts ( I will essentially copy this into the reivews at some point I'm sure).

I replaced two sets of speakers with two sets of these edifier 2.1 systems. The first replacement was a clip on monitor "soundbar" beneath a monitor in an office in the office section of our facility, the second was replacing a 2.1 system from dell in our production office, which exists overlooking our manufacturing floor.

Tracks listened to include:
Voice - various youtube videos
Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah
Piano Guys - Beethoven 5th / Secrets Mashup
Avicii - Wake Me Up
Ludovico Einaudi - Experience, Sarabande (320 kpbs mp3 downloaded, not youtube)
Eminem/Rihanna - Monster

Appearance/Construction/Etc...

These are very pretty speakers. The satellites have a nice glossy piano finish, large grills on the main woofers with the logo stylized in silver and attractive and moderately sturdy stands. The powered sub is large and heavy, looks quite nice (although will most likely be hidden away) and gives a feeling of solidness. There is a little dongle with a blue light, a mute button (in place of power) and a jack for headphones; it shares the piano finish and is quite light. Even though it has a pair of anti-skid strips, I'm able to push it around with a piece of paper.

The construction of the satellites feels very cheap; they are extremely light and the enclosures are cheap feeling plastic. They sure look nice though....

Overall for the $60 I paid, I feel like aesthetically I got a good deal, construction/material wise I feel like they will sound a bit cheap. Any good speaker I have ever heard personally has been heavy, solidly built, and imposing. There are some good physical reasons for that, but it's also an association that I've made. Not that I'll let that override my sound testing/judgments... but if (when) these speakers sound hollow and tinny, I'm going to - consciously or not - blame it on the cheap feeling satellites.

Onward to the most important part of a speaker - Sound.

First Case (Traditional Office; replacing monitor "sound-bar").

The satellites were placed 3' from the sitting position on a desk, ~ 24" apart. The sub was placed below the desk and about 3' from the chair, directly into the corner formed by a V shaped desk. The office is quite quiet and large, carpeted floors, t-bar ceiling with cork-type panels - a fairly typical office, if a bit large.

In terms of sound relative to the soundbar, it's obviously not even close. Bass is actually there, there is better left/right separation, the mid and highs are more clearly defined. Paying a homeless guy to beatbox avicci would have been better than that sound bar, and these speakers do a better job than that.

Taken on their own, in that room, I am somewhat less impressed. The sound definitely has that "cheap" tone to it; aka, somewhat tinny and without a snap to the bass. The sub took a lot of fiddling with and it's still not right to my ear, it sounds very muddy. I would think that the problem is the lack of range on the satellites, meaning the sub is being asked to supply bass higher than it is really capable of doing. I suspect the carpet in the room and the interactions under the desk are compounding the problem.

It leaves me feeling like these system does a decent job, especially given the small nature of speakers, but that a bit more money would have delivered a much better sound... that said, keep it in perspective : these are office speakers, and in that role they are better than almost any other speakers I've come across in a working office setting. Basically I'd be more than happy to have these in a standard office environment (with a door that closes of course) and I think they would fit the bill for kids or older folks who just need some good computer speakers.

Second Case (Non Traditional Office; replacing old Dell speakers).

This office is shaped oddly, being perhaps 10 ft standard wall, 15 feet angled off of windows, with the other two walls being standard walls. Room looks like a square with a right triangle attached, where the hypotenuse of the triangle is windows. Floors are concrete, roof 10 feet up and is t-channel with cork panels. Satellites were placed 2 1/2 feet from listener, 3 feet apart on either side of a double monitor. Sub was placed on the concrete floor under the desk with the port facing away from listener, driver facing listener.

The sound in this case is markedly different from the sound in the other office. It is much brighter, much clearer, and much more enjoyable. The sub is less muted, although still a bit hollow, and there is much more "snap" to tracks such as Monster or Wake Me Up. The cellos have a better low end that was totally lacking in the other office. Comparing to the Dell 2.1 that was here before I feel like the Dell sub delivered more clear but less powerful bass but that the Edifier system has a much cleaner sound in all other regions and, although somewhat less clear, a more powerful feeling in the low end.

Taken on their own in this office, I am very pleased with this system. The satellites still do not have the range I would have liked and have a somewhat tinny sound that I'm blaming on their lightweight plastic construction, but they are a clear cut above most budget computer speakers.

....

Now the other speakers I was comparing these to are my personal pc speakers at home, an Altec Lansing 2.1 system which cost $200 nearly 10 years ago. I don't know much about them, I bought them when I was young and didn't care about such things, but they clearly brand themselves THX certified and come with a 6" powered sub, and double woofer + tweeter, heavily constructed satellites. I have literally dragged this system around with me for nearly a decade, abused the bejesus out of it and it still sounds amazing. They go full volume with no distortion, and full volume is enough to hear down the block - it's crazy.

These Edifiers are not even in the same league as that set. So much so that I won't even write about it. If i'm listening to these and I think about my home speakers, all I can hear is how much better mine would be - at the same time, these Edifiers are good enough that if I don't think about it, I can put some music on and just work and not really notice the flaws.

I would love a chance to compare the Edifier S330D as I feel that would be a more fair comparison. So we'll just leave this section at that.

...

" Not great, but better "

That's my tagline for this whole review. These Edifier's are a clear improvement over both the systems they replace, they sound quite good in the one office, and will make a good impression on anyone looking for a budget set of speakers. I would love to have a chance to listen to their big brother as I think it would resolve the few issues these speakers do have.

At the end of the day, they are a budget offering that look great, sound decent, and fulfill the niche of needing a cheap(er) set of 2.1 speakers. As ever, if you can afford more then you can buy better, but for $50 - $70 you can also do a lot worse.

For those who like numbers, I'd go 3.5 / 5 ; Buy them in the right niche and you'll be very happy. Force them into the wrong application and they likely will disappoint.

Ricardo_H
09/12/14
Experience: 5 Days
 Verified Owner
Pros
-long speaker cables
-big ass sound buffer
-good looking
-very useful remote
-headset and AUX jacks on the remote
-extension cable for mic
Cons
look at that price (65$) I cant find
Summary
I normally do not review products but I finally got smarter and understood that because of people doing reviews I got very cheap speakers and very good quality and I should do the same to the next human coming after me. I bought them at 65 or something like that in special , I had the choice between this and the one little more expensive from the same company but the other one had worst reviews. Guys this speaker is the bomb at the price I got it, the sound is crisp , the sound buffer is very big ,i'm not a music pro , just a normal guy looking for descent sound coming from my speakers for music/games/pron , but even an normal price its really a good idea.

Tian_Y
07/22/14
Experience: 1 Weeks
 Verified Owner
Pros
flat speakers, handy remote, microphone extension cord
Cons
sub woofer bit tall, power indicator on remote too bright
Summary
Flat speakers fits well on small tables, the microphone extension cord is especially useful for headset users.
The sub woofer is a bit too tall, I can't fit it onto my overhanging table shelf so had to leave it on the table surface.
Power indicator on remote is too bright, had to cover it up with my finger when I need to check the volume indicator arrow.

cosmic01
06/11/14
Experience: 1 Weeks
Pros
-Looks good
-Very good sound
-Loud
-Good bass
-Inexpensive
Cons
-Doesn't mute completely
-On/off not on the remote
Summary
I like this speaker set so far. I was hesitating between this set and the Edifier S330D. I ended up choosing this set because it's much cheaper and I've read more positive reviews about it than about the S330D. The M3300SF produces clear and crisp sound, even at high volume. It can get very loud. The bass is good and not overwhelming. The overall sound feels balanced.

For some reason the mute button doesn't silence completely the speakers; my left speaker still produces sound. Aside from that the remote works well. I haven't tried plugging headphones into the auxiliary port yet. I hope that these speakers will last me a few years.

Solyendo
01/24/14
Experience: 1 Years
Pros
-Aesthetically pleasing
-Great price
-Fairly balanced sound
Cons
-Some issues involving volume controller
-Dust prone
Summary
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).

ross_w
12/07/13
Experience: 90 Days
Pros
great sound and good styling
Cons
pricematch available
Summary
good sound from this well made speaker set. volume control and a subwoofer with good base

Mehdi_C
11/08/13
Experience: 4 Months
 Verified Owner
Pros
Pretty compact, great sound for price
Cons
none so far
Summary
Were purchased to replace a set of speakers and are recommended for a decent price/sound combination.

Chen_C
04/03/13
Experience: 10 Days
 Verified Owner
Pros
very good sound quality, decent woofer, conpact
Cons
control pad is bit too light lol
Summary
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.

Michel_Y
03/27/13
Experience: 6 Months
Pros
Cheap
No uniformity in the build of satelite vs sub
Tweeter in the satelite
Satellite are wall mountable
Cons
Not very powerfull
Sounds bad at low volume
Satellite feels cheap with base
Summary
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 : 4/5
Bass : 3.5/5
Treeble : 4/5
Build quality : 4/5
Power : 3.5/5
Value : 5/5

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