Summary: We bought these to replace a set of Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 Computer Speakers that after many years of constant use died... Was looking to save a little money since these were <$100 and the Klipsch were $140.... Mistake... The speakers do not sound bad but not nearly as good as the Klipsch.
Summary: The sound quality is the best I've encountered for reasonably priced audio for use with my computer. Bass is strong without being booming, and the fidelity is good across a broad spectrum. Higher frequencies are sufficiently "bright" and non-tinny. Output volume can be cranked up to objectionable levels (seems to be over 100db at 3 feet, but with some distortion), and fidelity is adequate at very low levels (below about 40db the mid range level is below bass and treble).
Summary: Battery-powered? Who stuck that in there? Bought these based on all of the glowing product reviews here, but gotta say, I expected more. Are they worth $95.00? OK, cross that out, $79.00 Probably.. but you can find better. I like the wired remote (but I'll be painting in a white dot, so I can track the volume level -- there's no gauge). How do they sound? Well, the highs and midrange are crisp and clean, and the bass is punchy enough..
Pleasantly surprised; great sound clarity and build quality.
16 August 2014
Summary: When I first got these (on a smashing deal through another vendor), I was moving to the Edifier M3300SF from my SECOND set of Cyber Acoustics (the CA-3810, that cost me more than these did) because the cheap wiring and faulty control pod (notoriously glitchy/defective in the CA speaker sets, if you go by their reviews) were AGAIN causing speaker cutouts and static. After listening on and off for a few days, my first thoughts on the Edifiers was that things sounded wrong.
Summary: I bought and returned 3 other speaker sets before settling on these. Design: The speakers are very modern looking and don't take up a lot of space. I was also pleased that the subwoofer wasn't as large as other models of similar power. Only complaint is that the speakers are a little un-sturdy, but this is a very minor issue.
Summary: These speakers are excellent. I was looking for computer speakers to replace a set I had, and I didn't want to break the bank. These fit the bill perfectly. They are compact, connection was simple, but most importantly, they sound good. It has a wired remote to control the volume and mute the sound. My one negative is that they don't have an on/off switch on them.
Summary: This is an excellent speaker system! Well constructed, sturdy and the sound quality is phenomenal for this price point. The volume is ample and the bass is resounding. The satellite speakers deliver clear, crisp audio. The wired remote control for volume and muting is fine. There are also headphone and auxiliary jacks on the remote! This is a worthwhile speaker system for your pc or laptop. Go for it.
Summary: The Edifier system is the best system for sound, I think, you can get for your computer. I am a musician and I need to hear music very clearly if I am working on something. This system allows you to hear ever instrument clearly and really compares to a great home stereo system. Thank you Edifier USA for a terrific product. And thank you Amazon for carrying this wonderful product.
Summary: Having tried the Soundsticks, a Cyber Acoustics system, Logitechs (z300s, z500s, the muddy-sounding z600s)... the Edifier M3300SF has clearer, better sound than all of them. Vocals are clear, each instrument is rendered nicely, and the bass is less "thump-thump" and more evenly distributed across the sound. This sounds really good, and when turned up, the sound doesn't break up and it carries nicely across my living room.