Excellent Highs (Tweeters), Mids (Speakers) and Lows (Subwoofer). The sound range is excellent and the sound quality is absolutely phenomenal.
The speakers, subwoofer, cords (everything) are all very high quality and not cheap or flimsy. The framed cloth covers, on the speakers themselves, can come off if you wish to remove them. But I prefer to have them on, since it does not affect the sound and it protects the speakers from getting damaged. The subwoofer volume can be adjusted to be a little louder, quieter or off (on the control speaker). The subwoofer never overwhelms the main volume but always compliments it (even at the subwoofers highest setting). This speaker system has a very high volume range. I only turn the main volume up to about 20 degrees out of the full 240. Not only is this near the limit of what most would feel comfortable listening to but you can feel the subwoofer as well (if you turn up the subwoofer to its recommended setting) which is about 45 degrees out of 240. It comes with more than enough rubber feet to stick to the bottom of your speakers and subwoofer to prevent scratching the floor and desk. The cords are set in length, but are more than long enough to set up for a computer desk. I ordered these six days ago and they just arrived today. And I am pleased to say they are not going back. I would not hesitate buying them again or recommending to a friend. Another product that truly brings this speaker system to shine at its full potential is a program called "SRS HD Audio Lab" from [...] for only $30. The software digitally restores all sound that is coming from your computer in real time, so whether you are watching movies, listening to music or playing video games, you will get the optimal sound quality for your computer system. After I tried it, I bought it and now I leave it on all the time. The difference is very noticeable regardless of what kind of speaker system you have.
Update: After using these speakers I had the left speaker connector stop working on the back of the subwoofer. I knew it was not the speaker that was causing the problem because I hooked them both up to the right speaker connector on the sub and they both worked. Then I experimented a bit and tried unplugging and replugging the power cord from both the wall and out of the back of the subwoofer. Sometimes it would fix it and sometimes it wouldn't. So after doing extensive searching I found nothing that would help. Then when only one speaker was working I decided to try to see what would happen if I plugged in my ipod into the control speaker (which has the main volume and subwoofer volume control on it. This speaker also has a headphone jack and a 3.5mm audio auxiliary line in port on it.) So when I plugged in my ipod into the 3.5mm audio auxiliary line in port, on the speaker, Eureka! Both speakers and subwoofer were working! So now I always have my speakers hooked up to the back of my computer using a "3.5mm Stereo Jack Plug to 3.5mm Stereo Jack Plug" cord to the 3.5mm audio auxiliary line in port on the main control speaker. Works perfectly and have not had any problems since. Additional note: After using this hookup for a year I decided to go and get an expensive 3.5mm monster cable, because I had heard that they are one of the best quality cords you can buy. After using the monster cable it only worked for a short period of time and the connection started to break up and one speaker only worked just like before, so I went back to my cheap cord and it has worked without a single issue ever since. The cord I am using that works I purchased from memory express and was the only type they had available.