SoundScience QSB - 30W USB Desktop Speakers with NXT DyadUSB Technology Rated 5/5 by What HiFi
Anthony, Advance MP3 players
21 April 2014
Summary: If you're looking for a replacement for your desktop speakers, and you're a lover of base, move along as you will be disappointed.
Going by all these raving reviews, as well as recommended on What Hi-Fi, I thought "For £19, it's worth a punt, lets see if that is true". For the RRP of £80-90 these are certainly not worth it, and reflect on their now discount price. For £20? Yes, they are worth that. Will they be better than your laptop speakers?
I'm sure they would sound great, but they are too quiet for me.
J. Cockrill, Amazon
15 March 2014
Summary: I wanted to use these with a Raspberry PI as a little audio streaming option for a small study, however they are just too quiet and have gone in the drawer. I have tried boosting the mixer settings in Linux for the loudest possible output, to no avail. Indeed they are so quiet I can't imagine they'd be much use attached to a laptop either. You aren't going to get room-filling sound out of these. A 4W pair of computer speakers from PC World were louder.
Summary: If you want a sound you can stand away from to dance to or hear whilst you are busy doing housework then don't buy these. Okay for watching a movie but if like me you watch in bed, you'll not be able to move them away from the laptop as the lead is not long enough to place further away -say at the side of the bed and so will have to negotiate 2 (not that light) speakers that have to stay close to the monitor.