Summary: I loved these speakers while they worked. They hooked up easily with my Macbook and iPhone and provided pretty decent sound, not nearly enough to blow the roof off my house but enough to fill a room. One problem is that the speakers are extremely top-heavy and they get knocked over easily. If I'd known this ahead of time I would have affixed some kind of base to provide more stability. Be careful with them, they tip right over if nudged too much.
Summary: This was a great buy for the kitchen. I can bring my laptop in and listen to music while I cook/clean with quality higher than my laptop speakers. However, don't expect to be rattling the walls with bass.
Summary: I received my speakers today. Within about 1 minute they were ready to go (my kind of set up). These fill a small room perfectly! They connect to my devises really easily too. I've used them on my kindle fire and my cell phone so far. The sound is great! They do not have the ability to adjust bass, treble, etc, but I feel the sound is perfect! I played some rock music and even some hip hop, and there was definitely enough bass.
Summary: Wow that's some great sound for a 50 dollar set of speakers. This is the best buy for speakers I have ever gotten. Highly recommend this for gaming as that is what I mainly use them for. EDIT: I returned these and ended up getting the T40's which are WAY better. However, I still stand by what I said. These were outstanding 50 dollar speakers. Still recommended if you don't have 120 bucks for the T40's.
Summary: I bought the speakers along with the Creative Blue-tooth USB adapter, because I wanted to have a pair of speakers in the kitchen without the extra wires. It all installed automatically and I was soon surprised at the full sound. I soon noticed that it had some additional settings for the speakers, and after adding bass boost and virtual sound, I was even more amazed. I may even buy a few more pairs! Well worth the price.