Pros Great sounding, good projection speakers that are very portable. Diverse range of sound and quality bass tone. Sub-woofer has deep, but yet controlled bass response and the speakers have overall mastery of high and low clarity. Highly recommend.
Cons None, but there's always room for improvement. They could have made the bass slightly more powerful, but its fine as it is.
Summary All together, it?s a great sounding, portable system that any user will like. The price is also very reasonable, considering all that you?re getting in the package. Most people will be surprised of the response and clarity of the sound as well as the ease of use. And with all the audio setting on computers these day?s you can tweak the sound to get it just the way you like. Experience it yourself!
Pros At $25, they're inexpensive. They're small enough for easy placement, and the cables are long enough for various placements. For such small speakers, they give off plenty of sound, and everything sounds great in an enclosed space.
Cons Unlike their $20 counterpart (sans subwoofer), these speakers require a dedicated power supply rather than using power over USB, but this isn't necessarily a problem. So far, I haven't noticed anything wrong with them.
Summary If you're in the market for dedicated computer speakers and are looking to save, these are a good option. They can't beat out higher-end speaker systems in terms of sound quality, but the average user may not be able to tell. They can be easily cranked up and sound pretty good for basic things (music playback, videos, etc.). Gotta recommend these for the price.
-Easy to turn on/off
Cons -Underperforming subwoofer
-Sound can get crowded on busier tracks
Summary For the price, these speakers are fantastic. The subwoofer is quite sub-par, but that is also largely due to the tiny size, which is perfect for dorms, laptops, or crowded desks. The treble is definitely there, but doesn't sparkle. Although tracks sound full and are far from tinny, they lack a discernible soundstage and can get messy on busier tracks. They're amazing for rock songs, but those seeking bass heavy rap/techno or more complicated symphonies may want to look elsewhere; but then again, they shouldn't be looking at this price range in the first place.
Pros The sound quality is very nice and when it's hear it's more comportable for ears.i wont hear any noise even i maximize the volume. it's a very good portable 2.1 channel for laptops... Nice design too..
Cons wattage is bit lower side but it's enough who loves better quality of sound in inhouse region.
Summary Nice product from altec lansing...more flexible with hp..good one..the cost is really worth..
Pros Low price, interesting design, good build quality
Cons Passive subwoofer
Summary When you are dealing with 2.1 speaker systems you inevitably have to listen to many low quality speakers that have annoying, tinny drivers and nonexistent bass. This one is the exception. The Altec Lansing BXR1220 is perfect for moving up from integrated laptop speakers or speakers housed in your flat panel monitor. The design is unusual and the satellites can play plenty loud. the passive subwoofer gets its power from the amplifier inside one of the satellite speakers, and its adequate for such a low cost speaker system.