Excerpt: Banging for the bucks! ...& by that I mean, these speakers THUMP much harder than they hit your wallet! That could be a good or a bad thing, depending on your preference, environment & needs. At lower volumes, with interference from traffic through open windows...
Pros: Attractive Design, Easy To Set Up, Good Power Output, Great Sound Quality, Super Economical
Summary: They have good bass for their size, but highs are lacking, and their hardware is built with cables that you cannot replace. When these go out (and they will), rather than replace the cable you have to buy a whole new set of speakers.
Pros: Good Bass
Cons: Muddy highs, bad hardware that isn't a replaceable component.
All speakers have a sweet spot. That sweet spot is the volume where ...
Lenton K. Goforth, Amazon
16 November 2014
Summary: Weak. These speakers still sound tinny, priced at $100. They're not worth it. What to look for -- Flat response across the entire audible spectrum. That means that you get even output at all frequences that the ear can hear, and output that the body can feel at sub audible frequencies (30 hz - 45...
Summary: I had the chance to compare these directly to a pair of Creative Gigaworks T20's and T40's. The Bose are more compact and not as prone to falling over a the T20's, but at least to my ears they did not sound as good as either speaker from Creative.
Summary: These work for me pretty decently but only after some tweaking. On their own they had a nasty hiss in the high frequencies. I went into my computer and manually adjusted the loudness of each frequency range, eliminating the highest entirely, and now they sound good.