The satellites are plain and stylish looking boxes made from flat black and gray plastic and around the cones there's a glossy black ring with the fabric attached to it. These rings are removable if you don't like them, but doing so will remove four screw holes.
There's just a single thin RCA-cable leaving from the left speaker, but as the right one has the controls, headphone- and input jacks on it, it also needs to have a rather thick DIN-cable leaving from the back. Not only is there the DIN-cable but also the 3,5 mm PC-input cable goes through the right speaker.
Talking of the right speaker, here's the front view. In the middle there's a large volume knob that also acts as the power switch, to the right is another knob for adjusting the subwoofer volume and underneath are 3,5" jacks for headphones and an auxiliary 3,5" mm input. Under the volume control there's also an annoyingly bright blue power led.
Just like with most 2.1 sets, also on the SP2200 the amplifier and electronics are hidden inside the subwoofer. Behind the bass unit there's a connection plate with the power connection, a large DIN-connector for the right speaker and an RCA-connector for the left speaker. There's also two RCA-connectors serving as the AUX2 input. Behind the plate are the amplifiers, which are two efficient D-class amplifiers based on TPA3110D2 . One of the chips is bridged for the subwoofer and the second operates as stereo for the satellite speakers. Unlike the satellite speakers, the bass cabinet is made from wood. The material isn't too thick, but all of the speakers proved sturdy enough not to resonate and cause unwanted noises.
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