Bij AnandTech is een kleine review te vinden van de Midiland S4/7100 5.1 speakerset. Hieronder wat info:
The S4 7100s came with everything you need to hook them up to just about anything. One thing that was impressive was their cabling set-up. It uses RCA everywhere, so you can really do anything you want with them (i.e. hook them into a MIDI setup, home stereo etc.). One major thing that wasn't included was the Dolby Digital Decoder. But, is it really a standard yet? That is the question. The most probable reason for leaving it out is to keep the cost down. The speakers can be purchased on the street for as low as $199 USD. Other than that, there are no rear stands included, but again who else includes them? Only Cambridge SoundWorks. So, you cannot fault them for not including them.
The control module is a great way to control the speakers. It's similar to the module used in the S2 series. With Treble, Bass, Fader, Balance, Volume, Mute, and Power controls. What more do you need? Well, a headphone jack would have been nice. It is available with the 4060s but not on the 7100s, which seems unusual. The module can either sit on your desk somewhere or it can slide into a 5 1/4" drive bay. It has a cable that goes down to your card slots in the case and then the sub unit hooks into there. Either way you hook it up, great idea.