Genesis Helium 600 Speaker Review

As far as I remember using cheap speakers when it came to PCs, the last thing I had was a cheap Logitech speaker I got from Tesco a while back, which never disappointed me. Over the past few months, I’ve been able to upgrade my game setup. Why not take this opportunity to upgrade your speakers as you need them? That’s where the Genesis Helium 600 speakers come in to help make my dreams come true. If you follow my review or read other recent reviews about the Genesis Carbon 500 Ultra Blaze, you’ll notice that my setup is sold out to Genesis, which is a really good reason. It turns out that their products are really worth your time and provide everything gamers need for a perfect setup. That said, the Helium 600 speakers really made the time to use your PC fun, not only when playing games, but also when listening to music on Spotify and YouTube.

First impression

It arrived quickly in a large, well-protected box in transit. The actual speaker package was a decent size, so I knew why the delivery package was so big. When removed from the shipping box, the Helium 600 speaker package is displayed, contains all the information about the speaker, and has a convenient handle at the top of the box, making it very easy to move. The box was a bit heavy, but there were no signs of damage to the handle. When I opened the box, I found that all the parts were neatly packed and firmly secured. This was great. It was packed tightly so it took me a while to get everything out, which is good. I didn’t want to damage anything, so make it a little harder to remove from the package. When I first saw the speakers and subs, I liked the basic design and style they were looking for. I also like the wood effect you get and I think it adds an extra touch to the whole product. The biggest problem I had was that it didn’t come with a British plug, so I got in my way to pick it up just to allow it to be plugged in I had to make sure it wasn’t, I would have thought it would come with a lot of speakers and adapters, but unfortunately it wasn’t. It was very easy to set up, but my desk is a bit small and doesn’t fit everything. The two speakers fit snugly in each corner, but the sub sadly sits under the desk away from everything else. It’s more difficult to access the bass and volume knobs on the side of the sub, but fortunately it comes with a volume controller on your computer or desk, depending on how you control the overall volume. I am.

Speaker for me?

The Helium 600 speakers provide high quality sound with two premium satellite speakers with RMS 15W power, and when combined with a subwoofer, the total RMS power is 60W. The high quality sound of the speakers comes from the mid-high frequency range and uses a magnetic shield to prevent other devices from interfering with them. The powerful subwoofer features a 6.5-inch speaker surrounded by a wooden case that allows you to reflect on the bass for loud, deep bass. To the right of the subwoofer are two dials that control the bass and volume levels. The convenient volume control dial has a mini jack output so you can connect your headphones to headphones or other devices that use the mini jack port. The length of the cable is 1.7m, which is very convenient because it can be placed anywhere on the desk.

While using these speakers, the sound quality of the game is much better than any of the speakers I’ve used before, giving me a more immersive experience and making the game more enjoyable. I am very happy to be able to pick up these speakers. You’ll notice that there’s more to the game than just the overall aspect of the game. If there’s something that produces a great sound, it brings another element to play. Gamers may miss it. This adds levels to the game, with a larger footprint when closer and a quieter footprint when far away. These little things alone will improve your gaming experience and revolutionize the fun you get from your games. Adding these to your game setup is the best decision you’ve made throughout your setup, and you can’t wait to continue using it.

Spec list

For more information on Helium 600 speakers, follow the link to the website provided ( Below is a list of the specifications provided,

  • Subwoofer RMS output: 30W
  • Total satellite RMS output: 30W
  • RMS output: 60W
  • Material: Holtz
  • Communication: Wired
  • Lighting: No
  • Height: 185 mm
  • Width: 120mm
  • Length: 120mm
  • Connector: Mini jack x4
  • Subwoofer dimensions (length x width x height): 26x25x25.5cm
  • Frequency response: 40 – 20000Hz
  • Color: red, black
  • Power: 60W
  • Volume control: remote control, panel
  • Headphone connector: Yes
  • Power supply: Main power supply (230V)
  • Audio system: 2.1


The· Genesis Helium 600 Speakers are a great addition to my setup and have long been needed. The design is beautiful, the audio quality is perfect and adds to the overall gaming experience. The only problem I encountered with the Helium 600 was that the plug didn’t come with a UK power adapter, so I had to go out and get it. There is a little price tag and it costs about £ 91.37 on Amazon. Shipping charges are not included. If you look in the right place, you may be able to find better and cheaper speakers, but for me they do everything I need for them. That is wonderful. The volume control dial is very convenient and helps with the ability to easily control the volume. The Helium 600 subwoofer amps are excellent and provide decent bass not found in PC systems. This is because previous speakers do not have a good subwoofer. If you are on the market for some new speakers, it may be worth heading to the Genesis website to check them out for yourself. This speaker is a great kit, but if you live in the UK, have an adapter ready when you arrive, or get one if you find one in the store. For these reasons, I give the Helium 600 speaker 8 out of 10.

If you’re interested, you can get these on Amazon for about £ 85.00. (No affiliated link)

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