Summary: I bought these about a year and a half ago and it was working fine till recently. I turned them on one day and it started to make some hissing sounds and then eventually started to make sounds like when you lose reception when listening to a radio station. Eventually I couldn't use them at all and I had to throw them away. They are extremely light, so I'm pretty sure they aren't built to last.
Great sound for the size! Sounds better than all others
1 March 2009
Summary: We decided to buy these neat little speakers because of the Positive Reviews we read about them. Also we had a 8in. Energy Sub that we wanted to put to use. I new they had that metal type cone and that they put out a very clear sound from all the reviews. They have a pretty neat feature in that they have a sub woofer out on the back; my Husband really wanted that.
A little pricey for a pair of weak performance spkrs
Spike Spiegel, Amazon
7 February 2009
Summary: I was trying to purchase a pair of small, light weight spkrs purely for travel. The smaller, lighter the better. However, I also demand high quality sound. Regrettably, there are not a lot of product in the "light and small" category. Most light and small spkrs failed to deliver even passing grade sound. eventually i came across the I Trigue. I bought this pairs and used it for over 2 yrs.
Summary: I've used these speakers for a couple years now. Sound quality is decent at low volumes, but they just can't fill even a small room with music. They also developed a bad connection somewhere, so I have to adjust the volume knob just so so that I get sound out of both speakers. They are really nice looking, though. If you're buying these for a dorm room, or need some nice looking speakers for basic computer sound and nothing more, you could do worse than these 2200s.
Summary: These speakers have a great form factor and look great. The sound is alright, about what you'd expect for the price point. However, I've been having the same problem with the right speaker (the one with the knobs). When I go to adjust the volume there's a large amount of static suddenly, and one or both speakers will cut out unexpectedly or lose most volume.
Summary: I really needed to replace my old Gateway speakers, and these were the only ones with a sub woofer-out line, which was a huge plus. There just isn't anything out there that has sub-out capability unless you spend $. I don't know when I ordered these, maybe couple months ago, no I dea what the warranty is, but the left speaker just died. I'm right back where I started. I think I'll try and find a used pair of gateway speakers on ebay instead. Rrrrr.