Summary: Had these speakers less then a minute. the central speaker wouldnt bearly play any sound and there was a creaky noise from the sub when i played music beyond a certain level of volume and bass.
Summary: The right front speaker rattled as soon as I tested it, its never been over ~40% max volume. So now I have to take down the 5.1 system I just spent an hour putting up, go to the store and exchange it, then come back home and set it up all over again. Way to go on not testing your products before you send them out.
Cons: After less than a week, I get strange noises out of the front speakers, and I also noticed that the cable from PC to subwoofer is for a different set of speakers as there is an additional connection that is not used.
Summary: The company that built my computer which is an excellent computer recommended this set for me. The left front & left rear refuse to work. All the wires are ridiculously confusing. I don't think anyone no matter how cheap they seem to be should purchase this system. I will never purchase another stereo system from Logitech again. Stick with making keyboards & mice.
Excerpt: this sound system is absolutely pitiful. i thought, being their most expensive product it would have somewhat decent quality. I was totally wrong. Staples needs to step their game up with their product quality.
Summary: I purchased these to replace an extremely aged set of low-end Creative 2.1's. This speaker set was of very poor performance. The description says 75Watt RMS but actual sound output sounds more like 25Watt. The bass from these is nice at extremely low volumes but any sound level approaching mid-range the subwoofer distorts and cannot reproduce low frequencies even approaching 35Hz - let alone below 35Hz. The volume control made me quite irritated out of the box.
Pros: Sleek, stylish looks., Sturdy design.
Cons: Volume knob is scratchy right out of the box., Power of the speakers is extremely poor., Subwoofer farts., Bass is weak.