Summary: These speakers were inexpensive (yea!) But they were also very 'cheap' in sound quality. I just wanted some speakers that would run off a USB cable plugged into my CPU (rather than via a power cord since I've run out of electrical outlets.) These speakers serve that need. But I like to listen to music when working and these speakers have a distant, tinny sound to them. Are they "horrible"? No. But they are far from good.
Summary: Great addition to my upgraded Dell computer also purchased from some seller. They even forgot to include in the original box and did not charge me extra for separate shipping. I have purchased from them, three refurbished computers and they are a great company to work with.
Summary: they're USB powered, which is VERY convenient. and they feature long cords for easy placement. because USB doesn't have a lot of power, don't expect to rock the house. a home office should be fine, though. I use these at work to listen to music while at my desk, and they're adjustable enough that I don't bother anybody nearby. I'd definitely get these again and/or recommend if your plan is to listen to music or basic audio at your desk.
Summary: I choose this because when i purchase it i was told the information said that there was the whole set and then when it sent me the delivery info i was told that i was only purchasing the subwoofer i find it to be false advertisement i will not purchase from this seller again and this is my second time that i am writing a review
Summary: Hi, I always liked Dell products. I already had 2 speakers which came with my computer, and being very satisfied with them. when I needed extra sound for another room. I started looking for the exact same ones anywhere I could find them. Thanks for the inquiry. When I replace my Dell computer, I will again replace it with another one equally superior to most other brands.
Summary: I wasn't sure what it was at first when I walked by but saw it was a sub woofer / speaker setup. I almost put it back because I thought the tan connector was a propriertary connection to the computer... I'm glad I didn't!! I have them hooked up in my office playing through an iPhone tuned to Pandora.