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Loud And Clear!

Reviewing: Inland Speakers  |  Rating:
tai-pan By tai-pan on
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Inland Pro Sound 1000 2-Piece Computer Speaker$12.88 @ your Friendly neighborhood Wally-Mart all day.

Cheap? You bet! I'm not really a techno-gotta have kind of person.

Utility is my first demand. Bells and whistles come way after, unless I'm looking for a ...bell or a whistle. These little guys have performed excellently and clearly and sometimes quite loudly for me now some two years and I don't expect them to stop anytime soon.

They have already outlived a "same time purchased" motherboard and soundcard.

They're simple, plain, unobtrusive, effective. One power button, one volume knob, and even a handy little earphone jack. It's plug and play, no additional software; I didn't even have to detect new hardware.

So far the only drawback for me is the volume knob, it protrudes from the speaker case approx. 3/16 of an inch. and is still a pretty tight turn.

I don't exactly have sausages for digits, but folks, that's "dainty"!

I watch a fair amount of movies, DVDs and net-cast programming on my p.c.

You know how effects, music and commercials are all louder than dialogue?

Yeah, a fellah can get pretty bruised up after a bit of getting "LOST" with "THE UNIT".

All in all though, I've got my $$'s worth and am still getting it. If you like to hear, but you don't care to pay for more than that, maybe you want to give these a shot.