Dan's Data heeft een drietal speakersetjes van Juster vergeleken met de Sony SRS-Z750PC, een vrij el' cheapo setje met weinig kwaliteiten. Hieronder een hap uit de review.
If you want a portable CD player which requires precision measurement to determine whether it is, in fact, any bigger than the CD you put in it, Sony are up there with the world's best. And they can make great monitors (I review one here), and video projectors, and other things that need cutting-edge tech. But there's only so much that can actually be done with simple little speakers, so all Sony can do to compete is make really stylish looking boxes and hope their brand name makes the sale for them.
If you want a decent pair of small speakers then the Sonys are just fine, but you can get speakers that sound no worse for a lot less.
Of the Juster systems, the 128N system is probably the best value. The 128N will do the best job of music, and assuming the 601 and 803 don't end up costing strangely large or small amounts of money, they'd both make a nice noise for game players.
There's really not a lot between the Juster systems, though. Any of them would actually do OK as a low cost music speaker system, plugged into a cheap tuner or CD player or what have you. Studio reference monitors they ain't, but with sensible volume and bass settings they do a sterling job for the money, and would be perfect for music in the bedroom or workshop or study or whatever. The bass boost lets you pump up explosions when the urge takes you, and the headphone connector on all but the 601 lets you keep the noise down, when necessary, without fumbling around at the back of your computer.