Henry Kloss of Cambridge Sound Works Does It Again
William Nolan, Amazon
30 May 2014
Summary: The subject speaker system is very good indeed. It provides what I would call 'big sound' for the many sources of music available on the internet. It is very good on the bass and middle frequency band but slightly thin [but not bad] on the high frequency end which I compensate for with an equalizer.
Summary: After many happy years with a series of CSW products, I ordered an extreme 2.1 multi-media system in 2011. About 1 month after the warranty expired, the BassCube 821 sub shorted out. CSW will fix it for $200 plus shipping, or sell me a new one.
Summary: I own six of the Extreme 2.1 models. I also have two friends that own the same models. In all fairness, they are the best sounding speakers in their class that I've discovered so far. They are great until you use them too long in one setting. Then they break, and they will eventually break.
Summary: This is the best sounding system I have experienced among the desk top speakers. The sound is round (i.e. not flat), true to life and clear. It can be pretty loud, so I keep the computer's mike very low to keep the sound down.
Summary: Have purchased several items from Cambridge the last five years with disappointing results. I purchased 7 speakers for a home entertainment center, and in less than 5 years two of them have failed. One was replaced under warranty and one I had to pay for.
Summary: I bought this speaker system almost a month ago. The sound quality is very good. The sound is rich and full (this is also due to setting the equalizer the way you like it). I used to have a $20 speaker system that I bought in China while I was going to school there.