Summary: I got these speakers for a new self-build PC after reading favourable reviews. They seem well made with all-black gloss plastic and faux-leather texture. The sub is reassuringly heavy, and the satellites aren't far behind.
Summary: Well I have just recieved my Micolab FC360 2.1 speaker system and recieved them earlier than antisapated well done supplier Microlabs Fc360 Speaker.These replace an expencive Sony system that the amp packed up.
Excerpt: I have only had these speakers for 3 days, and my review might be slightly bias due to the 3 watt speakers I had before, however, I would definitely recommend these to anyone for general home use/gaming/etc.
Summary: Really impressed with these, sound is great with a nice match between the subtle (or thundering if you like!) sub and the desk speakers. Initially they sounded awful and I thought I had a duff pair after reading some of the reviews, but it actually turned out to be the awful Dell 'Maxx Audio'...
Summary: best cash spent on speakers very loud and good sound quality perfect thanx to amplifier even my old Sennheiser head phones sound better connected. and sub-woofer is huge and bass sound amazing amazing.
Summary: I debated whether this system would be better than my current 40watt set up. After reading the reviews, I decided to go for it. Amazon's Prime had it delivered to me the very next day, very well packed too. As I was un-boxing, it was hard to ignore the fact that it's a quality set up for under £50.
Summary: I must admit, until a couple of weeks ago, I had not heard of Microlab. I was asked by my boss to get a set of 2.1 speakers for the new video/audio editing Mac and not spend too much money (tightwad that he is).