These speakers sound nice, and that they take up little or no house. The few problems I actually have with their engineering science style are fairly nit picky. as an example, I would like the upward-angled speakers were a little heavier—they are thus lightweight that it is simple for them to urge bumped out of place on your table, or get affected accidentally by the stiff connecting cable if it's disturbed. Also, I hate having to succeed in right down to the woofer on the ground simply to regulate bass level and power.
Of course, these are minor considerations. The sole real useful issue here is with the touch-sensitive and minus volume controls that sit on the correct speaker. These controls usually do not respond once ironed, and after they finally do, they alter too quickly, that makes it arduous to line the amount at simply the amount you wish. I finally settled on turning them to the grievous bodily harm and fine-tuning a lower volume in iTunes. Also, there's no visual meter for the Spyros’ volume, thus you ne'er apprehend whether or not you are at volume, full, or one-quarter—it's a complete game.