"Live like a savage" (ja zo heet die site, kan het ook niet helpen) heeft een review van de Cambridge Soundworks FPS 2000 speakers gepost.
The frequency reponse of the FPS2000 is very good, the only complaint i might have is that the higher frequencies tend to sound hollow/tinny. The bass this unit provides is not the tight hard bass that some of us love but rather the booming loud bass which is ideal for the Quake3 style blast games. After listening to music i found the quality to be lacking a slight bit at the higher volumes but anything better would probably cost you a considerable amount of money.
If you have a SBLive! value then you will definitely notice a difference if you go out and get the Daughtercard which gives the DIN out. The FPS2000 comes with the cabling for this and it only involved plugging it in for the totally digital music experience. The difference although subtle is quite audible once you've tried comparative listening.
The 3D positioning capabilities of this speaker are pretty amazing. After playing Need for Speed: High Stakes with the EAX/D3D audio option it really added to the gaming experience. You dont realise there is a difference until you disable it and find the experience seriously lacking. With EAX3 just around the corner things can only get better.