The virtually twin box, as in the case of the previously tested model, welcomes us after unpacking the polystyrene liner, holding in check two quite large rectangular satellites, additionally secured by a foil pouch. In addition, a short instruction manual awaits you in the box, AUX cables terminated with a 3.5 mm jack, length 140 cm, two-core (150 mm) aluminum for connecting both satellites and a traditional power cord with a length of 140 mm.
The loudspeakers themselves are not so simple, however, and Genesis has tried to get them done. The two satellites are composed of minimalistic rectangular “boxes” made of wood, but at the front
The most important was obviously at the front, where just above the silver-plated logo and the name of the manufacturer was the main red membrane with bass characteristics. A fully functional tweeter came right over it, not just an ornament. Although during the test I was sure that it is inactive, but I sought information at the source, which shows that the tweeter in the Helium 400BT actually works. The high-quality appearance is
On the back of the
The distinctive feature of the Helium 400BT is
At the Helium 200 test, I found that the loudspeakers are far from satisfying the most demanding ones and unfortunately I have to repeat myself with the Helium 400BT. The difference in the quality of the sound is audible, but rather not in the matter of detail, but in a
We get good sound quality (of course, in my opinion – quite demanding, but definitely not belonging to audiophiles), and in addition we can enjoy the uncompromising performance and unseasonable (as I call it) “gaming smart”, which should fit into most sets . Helium 400BT, however, beats one thing – Bluetooth mode, which frees us from the need to connect the smartphone with a cable or computer startup