The Cubik turns dull cubic design into an art of work by putting it on a solid base at one of its corners. Premium danish-designed drivers, advanced enclosure and full-digital amplification technology combine to bring out high quality audio performance. As a true hi-fi speaker with captivating design, Cubik is an ideal partner for your computer.
Not worth $200. B&W MM-1s Much better but $300 more.
Pros: I wanted to try out the Palo Alto Cubik Hi-Fi Speakers and the Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 Hi-Fi Speakers, so I bought both and tested them both. Here is my thoughts in a short review on both.
Cons: SEE ABOVE
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Great compact Speakes with Good Bass
Pros: The speakers are build very well with good attention to detail. The base is heavy solid metal and the cabinet box is a nice quality plastic with metal grill. The sound is great quality compared to any other computer speaker I ever owned. The bass is outstanding and volume is load. I can crank the volume up to 100% and there is very minimal distortion if any. Windows recognized them right away and installed the driver via the internet. Nice, I am happy with them. They have this cool built in feature that basically doubles the amount of bass they crank out which is cool for some songs. LED indicator lights are Not too bright, this is a must for me. I hate all the blinky lights electronics come with these days. This unit actually has a few but thankfully they are very dim.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: One minor niggle, there is no place for a headphone plug-in. Since these speakers basically act as their own sound card if I want to switch to headphones I will have to plug into the computer sound port and switch the sound driver in windows, kinda a pain.
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