Summary: I have owned these speakers for several years now and I've only just become completely happy with them. When you first buy them, they need to time to burn-in, so don't be disappointed if they don't sound quite right straight away. I found this particularly noticeable with these speakers. The design limitation comes with the subwoofer. From the picture, you'd assume the speaker is front firing and bass-ported at the side, right? WRONG!
Summary: Speaker system arrived 2 days later after the order was placed and the package was well protected. Easy to set up , hassle free. Design: The speakers are quite tall but slim and look really good in space. The sub is long and slim one as well. Both of them look quite robust and of good quality. All the trims are just plain aluminium and not blue or red (don't know if there are other versions of the speakers with different trim colours).
Summary: Been looking for speakers to go with my 27" inch iMac for about a year. Trouble with Apple kit is that it's so good looking that most accessories including speakers just look naff. These tall and elegant speakers look fantastic next to the Mac with the look enhanced by the high gloss backs and the fine silver highlighting strip on the front.
Summary: I thought I would take a chance on this 2.1 system for my TV setup, and I'm glad I did. It looks amazing and the build quality is more like that of a much more expensive system. The sound quality is fantastic once you have the sub positioned and set to the right level for you. It doesnt sound quite as good as my Creative Gigaworks T40's but it is nearly there.
Summary: The Edifier M3200 2.1 Speaker is an item to those who wants something different to their sound system. The tall towers are sleek in design. The sound that comes out from them is loud enough to fill the entire hall without having to turn the volume up to maximum. It's a good companion to those who wants to host parties in their homes. On the other hand, the sub woofer looks very amazing.
Summary: Being a music lover, I like to have a good quality sound system in my room. When doing to 'extensive' searching, I found these ones and the look of them drew me in straight away. The build quality on the satellite speakers are outstanding and the volume dial feels and looks really solid, and expensive. I never have the bass turned right up as it adds a really unnecessary floor shaker and seems to over power the rest of the music.
Summary: Plus Points:- ********** * The equipment works well, if slightly short on bass if the bass control is not wound-up quite high. * For those who care (I don't), it looks good on the desk. * The Remote volume control is well-made and delightfully heavy (doesn't wander around the desk when being used) Minus points:- *********** * It is being sold to UK users with a TWO PIN PLUG! Mindless! * The volume control is on a good 'remote' BUT....
Summary: I picked these up in a store in France, where I live, so I didn't have any plug problems. I bought these to replace my Logitech S-220 speakers, which never impressed me. Those cost me 25 or 30 euros, and these Edifiers cost twice as much, 60 euros. You get what you pay for. The Logitechs were ok for listening to the radio, news stuff, youtube videos, etc, but no way would I recommend those for people wanting to turn up the music.
Summary: A great sound system for the price. i havent bought any other competitive 2.1's but i highly recommend this one. It looks great and the sound is very clear even at high volumes and the bass is adjustable. The little volume control also has an aux input on it which means no fiddling about the back of it and also adds a touch of style to it. All in all very good for the price.