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..
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: 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 MP3 player. These are very large speakers, but don't put out a lot of sound. When I do turn them up to a decent volume, they get almost "muffled" and slightly distorted.
Summary: I bought these because they got decent reviews, looked solidly built and were the right price. Also, I bought them because they didn't look like alien spacecraft landing on my desk like so many other computer speakers. Pros: Design (appearance), physical quality (well built, solid), Price $30+or- Cons: The sound quality is absolutely horrendous. Lows are muddy, highs are tinny, mids are distorted.
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. So after being surprised by the size, I plugged them in to the computer to test. There is a constant buzz from the speakers - it doesn't matter what volume the speakers are set to, they just hum all the time.
Summary: I had the feeling that I was taking a gamble whether or not the speakers would work for the price i was paying, and there were a few mixed reviews. I took a leap of faith because they were logitech speakers. I got my speakers last dec 2010. For the first week they were good, after that a high pitch squealing sound started coming out of one of the speakers.
Summary: Decent enough sound for the price and I like the fact there are two inputs, one for computer connection and another for other devices such as iPods. The main problem is that they must have no magnetic shielding as they pick up mobile phone interference quite badly. I was hoping to be able to open them up to add some shielding but you can't get them apart. That's that main reason I've dropped it a couple of stars from the four I would have given otherwise.