KWorld Classic C40 Computer Speakers review

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Today we are looking at a set of speakers from KWorld, called the Classic C40. While the name of the company might be new to many readers, they are handmade and feature a wood enclosure. When the company contacted us they were brimming with enthusiasm, so we decided to test them in a variety of situations.

The Classic C40 speakers are a traditional 2:1 configuration: comprising two satellites and a subwoofer. The price point is very competitive, retailing for only £35 inc vat.

KWorld are keen to point out that the speakers are built from wood materials, by real people, not inside robotic factories.

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Specifications:

Configuration 2.1 subwoofer system
Total Power 40 Watts RMS
Satellite RMS Power /ea: 8 Watts RMS
Subwoofer RMS Power: 24 Watts RM
Driver Satellite : Two 3″  full-range speaker drivers
Subwoofer : 4″ subwoofer driver
Frequency Response 50Hz -20KHz
Signal to Noise Ratio(SNR) 80dB
Signal to Noise Ratio(SNR) Satellite: 112 mm (W) x 135 mm (D) x 180 mm (H)
Subwoofer: 250 mm (W) x 275 mm (D) x 150 mm (H)
System Requirements : An audio output port for plugging 3.5mm cable
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KWorld Classic C40 Computer Speakers review, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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  • Paul

    I spent more for dinner last night. as you say hard to pick holes in them, even though they aren’t perfect.

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  • Francis

    £35 with a sub? is that a joke?

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  • Li Lian lover

    Never heard of this make and their website is hideous, but I trust your reviews. Seems like a bargain imo

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  • http://. FoxMontage

    My guess the metal cone is to directionally disperse the high-frequency sound, which tends to propagate in a single direction. This is as opposed to the lower end of the spectrum, which tends to be pretty much omni-directional. This would probably mean that you would get a better balance of high and low if your listening position is “off-axis”.

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  • Optix

    They look weird, but they seem to work. For people with very little money and those wanting something very bass heavy,. seem a good enough purchase

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