Summary: Admittedly, it is quite loud considering that it is powered via the USB 2.0 port. However, it sounds quite mediocre to bad given its original price tag. For the £20 I paid, they are not brilliant either, just a little above average.
Summary: These are excellent travel speakers, presented very nicely in a smart travelling bag, they are obviously soundly built with quality linking cables. On my desktop Mac they produced a very clear sound, picking up a great deal of detail that I don't hear normally, making me realise that I really do...
SoundScience QSB - 30W USB Desktop Speakers with NXT DyadUSB Technology Rated 5/5 by What HiFi
TechRadar, Advance MP3 players
12 March 2012
Summary: 'Sound quality is excellent, with a wide soundstage, plenty of detail and enough bass to make even a movie convince. If you have a laptop full of films and time to kill in a lonely hotel room, the Sound Science QSB is a wise investment.' TechRadar Full review
Summary: Bought as a gift for someone, they look good, feel heavy, just lack a bit of oomph so left me feeling as as if I had been a bit mean! I have small USB speakers myself which were cheap and I have had for years, and whilst they had won no awards, they have a lot more substance.
the audio quality is very good but I would have been disappointed had I paid ...
20 October 2011
Summary: These arrived in a 'blisterpack' which had been opened and resealed with some plastic film, but looked new with no sign of finger prints on the shiny surfaces. Plugged into a Windows 8.1 laptop they worked straight away with no apparent issues.