When taking into consideration the relatively low street price of these speakers, their use can become more widespread. It would have been nice if the lab systems at university had snapped up a few systems like these; I could even see them as good office speakers as they have a very small footprint. Laptop users should also look out for these as they would be great lightweight speakers to take on business trips for after hours entertainment.
So, it's time to offer a summary. These speakers are not fantastic with the high-end, and they're not room shakers with the low-end, but they're pretty damn cheap for what you get and they don't take up space. They're light and easy to setup, and would be great to travel with too.
As the buyer, you weigh up what you need the most. Whether it be value, size, portability or performance, choose the best for your needs.
I'll be back in a couple of weeks to talk about the exiting new Auzentech soundcard that I just received which uses the latest Creative X-Fi chip under the hood. We might just have a little gem here.
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