Summary: Not bad but could be higher quality. The bass is not the best so a sub is needed. Dac/Amp and apple air play used with this for clean sound. I got this to replace my sub/sat system speakers and to go real small.
Summary: First impression: Very good value for music lovers who don't wish to pay audiophile prices. For my (decidedly amateur) ears, these are all the near-field speaker that I will need. I'm currently breaking them in as a 2.1 system for a computer, so they are very close to me.
Summary: Awesome speakers, I have been looking for a long time for something to replace my TV speaks in my apartment. After watching this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiDoZybQ_48 i know what i had to get.
Summary: I've had these about two weeks now and have been playing for 2-3 hours a day. I have to say, these are possibly the best speakers of this size that I've heard. Extremely flat response with one of the sweetest tweeters I have heard. The highs are bright and sparkling, but not the least bit harsh.
Summary: I just swapped out my MIccas for these on a recommendation from a few people I got them for $90, I am no professional in the audio world, my first set of non-logitechs were the Miccas, these are actually a lot better than the Miccas, I am no professional but I can tell!
Looks and performs amazing. Arguably best speaker in its class.
Naz Khan, Amazon
6 October 2014
Summary: The TEAC LS-H265 are a high-fidelity bookshelf speaker on a budget. The list price goes for $249, however I was able to get the low $80 price on Amazon. This is probably due to the fact that they are not really well known budget speakers (in comparison to Micca and the Pioneer Andrew Jones...
Excellent speaker when small size is a consideration
16 August 2014
Summary: I was considering these speakers for quite a while and finally purchased them when the price dropped to $79.95 per pair. Very full sound for a 5" woofer. I'm using two of these for stereo music listening.