Summary: My goal was to get the best universal sound that allowed me to watch both movies and listen to music without the need to make individual adjustments for each. My built-in sound card is a Realtek, and it comes with a sound manageror Audio manger application that allows adjustments of many things.
Summary: I'm using them for a DVD/TV combo and not a PC. I bought them for the price and size. They go "everyone in the house will hear this" loud with no problem, but "wake the neighbors" loud is a little distorted. I never need to wake the neighbors, so I don't anticipate this being an issue.
Summary: I have an older computer setup in a spare room for the kids (also doubles as my PVR). I needed some kind of sound system for their learning software and video games, so I found this relatively inexpensive set of powered speakers.
Summary: I agree with everyone who says that the sound quality is great. It is. I read many of the reviews before buying it. But I wish someone had told me to take extra precautions with the little round volume controller.
Summary: This is a great speaker set for the price. I wanted something that delivered clean sound, decent bass, and good stereo separation on a desktop iMac. After a bit of research, I decided to try this unit. At the price, how can you go wrong?
Summary: Overall, I am happy with this product. Keep in mind I gave it 4 stars. Hardware: As far as looks go, the speakers look nice. They don't take up much space and have an attractive look. The sub woofer isn't bad, but it looks like an old radio made with modern products.
Summary: Pro: Nifty wired volume remote with microphone jack - good value for the money. Con: Requires two independent runs to the table top - one for volume control and the other for the powered speakers
Summary: The sound is pretty decent considering the small size and small wattage. When listening at low to medium levels, I am satisfied. Don't expect anything impressive when played loud. The satellite speakers have a little tinny sound to them.