Summary: after reading all the reviews I thought great just what I need. But find them less than desirable. They work but have no depth and the sound is less than desirable. the volumn is controlled by the TV control. So they work and if your not into great sound...they are ok You get what you pay for
Summary: Once you've experienced 2.1 or 5.1 (aka anything with a subwoofer) you won't ever use anything else. Bought these as a stopgap measure between not having any audio at all and a decent speaker set.
Pros: Might make an okay laptop speaker set. These attempt to pump bass through a little tiny speaker. It sounds hilarious. It's pretty comical to listen to the attempt at audio from these.
Cons: Great for comedy. Otherwise just okay for audio without low frequencies (e.g. watching some streaming television/YouTube videos), not so great for audio reproduction (e.g. music and games). There's significant distortion regardless of the tone and volume settings and that's due to the low frequen...
Summary: They do the job but they sound like 15-20 year old speakers. Weak bass and they just don't sound high quality. Spend the extra 10-20 bucks and get much better sounding speakers. Plus they're really huge for the weak sound they put out.
Summary: Awesome when they work, bass is lacking but what do you expect when you pay 30$ for a pair of logitechs? If they lasted longer I'd be fine with them, but 30$ for a month of mediocre sound simply isn't good enough.
Pros: Sound is good for a cheap pair, not looking for anything to shake my walls but these deliver where it counts. Easy to set up
Cons: Quality control, logitech is infamous for products that simply don't always work, as good as they may be when they do. This is another example and I will be definitely take much more care in buying logitech products as the fact the main right speaker no longer works is very annoying.
Summary: Speakers MAY be sensitive to a local radio station due to poor design or poor shielding, but no other speaker sets (PC or otherwise) in my residence have this problem. Also, the hum/buzz sounds like a stage amp, not a tiny PC speaker.
Pros: Seemed solidly built.
Cons: Powered up and got a loud hum/buzz which never went away. Got some sound, but muted if could be heard at all. Tried line out and also front panel headphone jack--no change. Tried in other room hooked up to MP3 player--sound a bit better, but still watered down and with a persistent hum/buzz which...
Summary: While I am a big fan of Logitech products in general, this was the second set of their speakers that failed in less than a year. I didn't bother trying to get them replaced on warranty as I wasn't impressed enough with the speakers in general to want a replacement.
Pros: For the price these speakers provide a decent sound. They are certainly not $100 or even $50 speakers. The adequately fill the $30 range.
Cons: Within 6 months of purchase, the on/off/volume switch started working intermittently. Even leaving the speakers on all the time didn't work. After fussing with them for another 3 months I decided they weren't worth the effort and tossed them out.
Summary: After reading a lot of reviews looking for "slightly above average" desktop speakers, I settled on these. They seemed a good fit for the price point and quality. I have the Audiophile M-40s at home which sound amazing, but these were just for work to listen to the occasional video clip or plug in my...
Summary: These are solid speakers they aren't going to tumble off the desk The sound has depth However there's a BUT if you can hear high pitch noises then these aren't for you. They have a high pitch hiss when there's no sound being put through them. Enough for me to want to return them.
Summary: Having read the other reviews for these speakers I thought they would be a good buy for my desktop. Firstly these are HUGE - get 7 DVD cases and put them together - each speaker is about this wide and deep, and the speakers are about 4 cm taller than the DVD cases.