Summary: I bought these speakers to replace a set of 2.1 channel Cyber Acoustics speakers that I had for about 5 years. The Cyber Acoustics sounded great, had a separate control for bass adjustment, and only cost me $20. Sadly, they developed an annoying buzzing sound that was driving me crazy, so I bought these Creative speakers, thinking they would be similar. I'm pretty disappointed.
Generally Clear Sound, but Too Much Bass, Human Interface Problems.
Jake Francis "Jake", Amazon
12 January 2013
Summary: I got these speakers for Christmas. I wanted to use them to play music from my iPod in my room. Pros: Long cords that allow flexibility - I needed one satellite to be on one side of my bed and another to be on the other side of my bed w/ the subwoofer in the middle. I have a queen bed and the speakers reached with a little tweaking.
Summary: They sounded fantastic, but sadly the left chanel and subwoofer ceased functioning after only 8 months of very light use while hooked up to plasma screen in a meeting room. Got them on sale for only $24 with free shipping. Not bad, yes?
Summary: These speakers sound pretty good. Not the best I've ever had but pretty good. I guess my main issue is a mesh fabric covers the speakers that I didn't see in the picture. How am I suppose to clean this when stuff gets in there? I see this being an issue.
Summary: I got these to go with a new Mac Mini rig I just set up. Cranked up iTunes and started playing some Opeth, and at "rocking out" volume, speakers become quite muddy. I'll mess with some eq, maybe turn down the bass a little, other than that, these serve their intended purpose.