Pros: I got these speakers second hand from someone for Free who probably used them for a while, and now after another 4 years, yeah, they are not AWESOME or anything but still... They work, they are reliable.
Cons: Sometimes you have to give the subwoofer a little kick to make the sound start working correctly again. And I would NEVER pay $80 for these, which is currently what I see them listed for. Probably would give $30 for them
Summary: I purchased this speaker system some time ago and have been a loyal Logitech consumer (speakers, wireless keyboards/mice, cameras, etc.). I've also placed various Logitech products at my clients homes and offices throughout the years.
Summary: I bought these for some cheap speakers at the office, They are technically an upgrade from the dell soundbar on my monitor and laptop internal speakers. I would not recommend these to anyone. I wish I had spent a little more and got some better speakers.
Pros: -Cheap -Headphone pass through jack on the volume controller
Cons: -Almost no point in having the sub, bass is barely there. -Short cables from the speakers to the sub
Summary: I bought this to replace an ancient Altec Lansing system that I had snagged for something like $30 brand new. I've used Logitech headsets, keyboards, and webcams for years without issue, so I thought this would be a no brainer. I was wrong.
Pros: When I bought these they cost $30, and I got $30 speakers. They let me listen to music, etc. without headphones, and they haven't disintegrated yet.
Cons: The audio quality is nothing special. Also, the microphone jack on the external volume control doesn't have a corresponding speaker jack, so if you usually wear a non-usb headset, you're going to have to keep plugging it in in the back when you switch.