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Quality of Sound.
Bass (for their size).
Easy to take with you.
Compact and lightweight.
Plenty of volume overhead.
Bass could be stronger.
Have to supply your own AC adapter.
Expectedly mediocre sound quality.
No protection for the speakers.
By Viperlair on March 03, 2011
With an item like this, you have to temper any negatives with the price and target market. The price of the Arctic Cooling Arctic Sound S111 Speakers is low at $18, and having listened to a few different portable speakers to compare, I have to say...
By OverclockersQH on November 17, 2010
Over all the dice speakers performed quite well. The sound quality was very impressive. Dynamite does come in small packages and in this case the cliché is still true. These little speakers pump out big sound. The treble is clean and the mids are...
By I4U on November 12, 2010
If you want something portable and cheap that will work on your notebook and with your MP3 player, the Arctic Sound S111 Portable Speakers are worth a look. ...
By The Gadgeteer on October 19, 2010
I’ve used laptops exclusively for the past few years, and their speakers aren’t the best for listening to music. But what can you expect from speakers the size of almonds, right? My current laptop has the best speakers I’ve had in a...
By XtremeComputing on September 13, 2010
Before we critique the Arctic Sound S111’s any further, I feel it’s important to point out their MSRRP; It’s about £14. Knowing how inexpensive the S111’s are goes a long way (in my books) to justify their...
By TechReaction.net on September 03, 2010
The ARCTIC Sound S111 speakers performed well in producing quality sound with accurate and balanced vocals for natural sound response. As long as you do not crank the volume to 100%, these speakers will meet or even surpass your expectations given...
By Top Review Shop on September 03, 2010
Several months ago we took a look at the Arctic Sound E361 iPhone headset, one of the first releases from the new audio-oriented subsidiary of Switzerland-based computer components manufacturer Arctic Cooling. Despite some gripes with the sound...
By Vortez on August 11, 2010
The Arctic Sound S111 is Arctic Coolings first 2.0 speakers. These speakers are USB-powered and thus they do not themselves require an AC adapter. This makes the Arctic Sound S111 a great match with a laptop by minimizing cable clutter and by...
By DigitalReviews on August 02, 2010
If you don’t already have a set of external speakers for your netbook or lappie you can do much worse than spend a few cappuccinos on this set. In fact, just buy two sets – one for you and one to give away. They make a nice pressie...Have a...
By DreamWare Computers on July 31, 2010
I was actually quite shocked at just how well the Arctic Sound S111 speakers sounded for their compact size and small price tag (MSRP $15.45USD). I have a few smaller sets of speakers around the house and none sound nearly as great and full sounding...
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