This speaker is not in anyway related to Ferrari. 🙂
The Subwoofer unit is almost cube-like in dimension, the driver occupies the entire front while the bass reflex port is on the side with connectors and bass adjustment knob placed at the back.
The satellite units are plain, almost cube-like in dimension as well.
It comes with 4 padded feet and does not come with mounting points at the back of the speaker for hooking them up to speaker stands.
The ENZO 500 comes with a controller that is the middle-man between the speaker and whatever device you intend to connect the speakers to.
Power Rating: 50 Watts RMS
Bass Driver: 25 Watts
Satellites Driver: 2 x 12.5 Watts
Satellites Driver: 2 x 3″EU Plug
More details at the official product page.
As a speaker, the ENZO 500 delivers admirably. I tested the ENZO 500 on various games and music content and I’m surprised how well the tones are covered without any software adjustments.
The system sounds rich as it is so it’s entirely up to you how to tune it for your preference.
The only thing I didn’t like about the ENZO 500 is that bright blue LED that’s on the subwoofer. It’s really really bright and it’s not something comfortable to face when watching a movie or listening to your favorite tracks. After all, subwoofers are often placed facing the listener. Fortunately you could just cover the LED with a black tape.
The SonicGear ENZO 500 retails at RM 130 and it’s a great 2.1 speaker setup that’s sure to satisfy many.
Don’t be fooled by the rather light-weight satellite speakers, the whole system sounded great and it’s definitely worth the price paid.