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Easy to install.
Nice looking speakers.
Works great for games and movies.
Sturdy speakers stay in place on your desktop.
Excellent sonic performance.
Very powerful speakers, with no distortion at high volumes. Quite affordable for this level of audio quality. Digital input.
Easy setup, Good sound quality
Accepts TosLink, RCA, and 3.5mm Aux audio input.
Music can sound bit bland.
No headphone jack on remote.
Wired controller adds cable clutter.
Subwoofer doesn’t quite rock hard enough.
Can sound a bit bright.
The "3D" effect mode sounds poor and should be disabled.
Needs longer cables.
Lack of THX, DTS, SRS and Dolby certification.
No optical cable included.
Kit lacks RCA to RCA and TosLink cables.
By Rbmods.com on September 25, 2011
I think I have said most already in the review so im gonna cut the conclusion short to save your time A good speaker kit with a decent price tag around 200$ that really works great in movies and games. It also works decent in music at normal mode,...
By Mac|Life on June 27, 2011
For $200, we expect a little more bass and a little less treble -- especially for music -- but the Rockus 3D 2.1 is great for gamers or movie fans who don’t have a lot of space. Product Rockus 3D 2.1 Speakers Company Soundscience Contact ...
By MadShrimps on June 03, 2011
Being curious about the proprietary 3Dsst™ technology these speakers come with, I have powered and connected them to the Sound Blaster X-Fi Titanium HD sound card on the optical interface; it is needed to mention that enabling Dolby Digital Live...
By PC Mag on June 01, 2011
The Antec Soundscience Rockus 3D 2.1 PC Speaker System could use some ergonomic design improvements, but it sounds so magnificent, we can't believe it costs just $200. Buy it...
By XSReviews on May 20, 2011
I’m just not quite sure about the Rockus 3D now that I’ve come to the end of it. It’s a strong 2.1 setup that I think sounds great most of the time. But there’s been a lot of emphasis put on this 3D setting, and I’m just...
By I4U on May 12, 2011
The Antec soundscience Rockus have deep bass and good overall sound making them worth serious consideration if you need new PC speakers. Don't miss ... shopping List of Tiny High-End Designer Speakers Apr 14 2011 Small, stylish and great...
By DragonSteelMods on May 04, 2011
Antec’s first audio product – the soundscience rockus 3D has its pros and cons. It is well designed in terms of appearance, construction and build quality. The system offers three audio inputs, including a digital TOSLINK for connecting...
By Neoseeker on May 04, 2011
Throughout testing the Antec Soundscience Rockus 3D speakers we found a lot to like, as they are a compact 2.1 systems that can accurately reproduce high-fidelity music across many genres. The Rockus speakers sound better than the majority of compact...
By PC Advisor on April 22, 2011
To sum up, the Rockus 3D 2.1 speakers deliver okay music playback with an edgy sort of breathiness to vocals. Stereo imaging is quite good and the bass isn’t boomy, as it often is with desktop speakers. They don’t sound particularly...
By techcrunch.com on April 19, 2011
Unfortunately, with great speakers like the Logitech Z623s or classics like Klipsch’s Promedia 2.1s going for $50 less, I just can’t recommend these Antecs. Looks like the longtime hardware maker still has a lot to learn about making a compell
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