Excerpt: I was originally looking to purchase the Klipsch 2.1 THX system as a local merchant had dropped the price to $99.00. As it happened they were sold out, and by chance I dropped by a garage sale later that day and low and behold, found these sitting there for, get this, $20.00.
Pros: Power, clarity, good bass even at low listening levels
Cons: Non so far except I almost got a hernia carrying the subwoofer.
Summary: The speakers are perhaps the best value out there for computer speakers. I use them with an SB Audigy Gamer and they sound terrific in games and music. I tend to listen to classical music, which is generally pretty difficult for speakers because of its intricacies, but the Z560s handle it quite...
Pros: Not compatible with speaker stands, high-gauge standard wire
Cons: Not compatible with speaker stands, high-gauge standard wire
Summary: Well i just wanna recap you guys reading reviews about people who had them less than a month. Well still the kick butt and ROCK! My sub is alive and kicking at 25% power and satilites at never over 60% (theres no need, they are frigging loud to begin with, no need to pump them full blast.
Summary: I purchased my Z-560's just over a year ago from now and they're still kicking stong, however I have found some problems with them. I live in an apartment building , so I had to modify my setup. First off, I had the sub-woofer off of the floor which did the trick.
Summary: i am *not* a gamer, i like listening to music, and i found that the original location i had the setup in (about 12'x12')was too bassy even with the bass turned down to 'zero'. if i could turn down the base some more, i would rate this a 5.
Excerpt: Hello once again people. Ok these speakers are by far the best value for money speakers you can get which are Loud, and actually deliver nice crisp sound. I have in the past fallen for those Speaker systems you see for around £50 saying 2000watts or '1580watts' when i reached home, plugged...