Creative Sound BlasterX Kratos S3 review

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As you know here at we try to show it all, and that includes packaging. Be prepared to pick up a light-weight box as even sub-woofer does not weight into the package. The box is has a familiar Sound Blaster black/red styled feel, if you pick a kit up on a retail store, it's hard to miss alright.


Inside the box, you'll notice that everything is carefully packaged, no issues there. Chances of damaging anything are close to NIL really. All important components are protected by a foam layer and plastic as well.


Let's walk through the bundled stuff first. You receive everything to get yourself up and running. This includes Subwoofer and satellites (two), obviously, this includes cables and a manual as well. Each of the satellites sporting a 2.75in driver and the subwoofer being a ported unit with a 5.25in driver, making for the claimed 46W RMS of overall power. 



It's not a bad looking set really, unfortunately, the BlasterX logos everywhere completely ruin the looks, at least for me, that looks a bit cheap, to be honest.

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