Bij 3DHardware hebben ze review gepost van de Labtec LCS-2414 speakers met subwoofer. Hieronder heb je wat info over de performance van dit setje, lees de rest hier.
These speakers are small and one must realise that you can't get large sound from a system that only have a total power of 25 Watts. Testing these speakers with various games and different types music I found out that the subwoofer is indeed really excellent for it's small size. Clear bass is being reproduced accurately which is great for music, whilst it does have a slight punch to satisfy the small gamer in every PC user out there. The down-firing design and wood cabinet really works for the subwoofer, as it is amongst the best subwoofers I've come across, for the small size that is. It can't, of course, compete with the larger Labtec speakers such as the APX-4620 as they feature a big 6" subwoofer but the LCS-2414 subwoofer is great for the size it comes in.
The satellite speakers didn't impress us as much as the subwoofer did. The 2" drivers won't give you any disturbingly high sound and work best at low to mid sound levels. The midrange is warm and accurate and the satellites are great with Ambient music. Disappointingly, the high frequencies weren't as good as the mids. In music with a lot of high vocals the speakers tend to sound a bit flat and lifeless. With no tone controls whatsoever there's no chance to tweak the sound except through the mixer for your soundcard. Overall, the LCS-2414 satellite speakers aren't as alive and vivid as of the APX-4620, but they do offer nice sound for the low price they come in.
At high sound volumes the satellite speakers kind of fall apart, not being able to accurately reproduce many of the sounds. As mentioned above, the LCS-2414 should be used at moderate sound levels. The satellite speakers don't have a headphone plug, which is disappointing as it was available on many of the other Labtec models but considering the small size of the LCS-2414 satellites a headphone plug would not be possible.