Lacie USB Speakers Review | Design by Neil Poulton

These Lacie USB Speakers have a really cool design (by Neil Poulton), in my opinion it could even be descriped as Mac-like. If you want to improve the sound of your desktop or laptop, then check out this video review.

Supplied by: http://www.mymemory.co.uk/
Manufacturer website: http://www.lacie.com/uk/index.htm
Sponsor: http://www.academyclass.com/

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Comments

Geekanoids says:

@Wolopoy I get asked this a lot. 95% of the items I review are loaned to me and then returned.

lakshmere says:

man they are ugly and they sound subpar at best I can tell from here. nice review though.

Geekanoids says:

@NewYorkDontLoveMe A fair bit of bass, yes.

Kiki Lasooy says:

Redmore

Geekanoids says:

@NewYorkDontLoveMe I personally think they sound better than the iMac ones.

raazs35 says:

very good review ..thank you

Geekanoids says:

@Dieselroad Very doubtful that would work.

thomasmovesinc says:

older mac

Geekanoids says:

@ShemiOfek Cool, thanks for watching.

porsche187 says:

is this an advertisement for mymem or a legitimate attempt at reviewing

Geekanoids says:

@thomasmovesinc I prefer to say a classic.

Let's Play on Linux says:

LOL its NOT USB speekers. Its just normal speekers with the option to use USB for power.

Benjamin Pedersen says:

You do realise that you actually don’t need to plug in the jack cable in order to get sound through the speakers, right? Just plug in the USB cable and choose the Lacie USB Speakers as the output in your sound system preferences panel on the Mac! 🙂
The jack cable is for connecting MP3 players and other external sound sources.

swanjame says:

These speakers work on a digital audio signal-straight USB. You do not need to connect the 3.5mm jumper unless your audio source is analogue only.

Jim

Pong Lor says:

Looks like The iPevo Wireless Speakers, but this have wires lols good review

criox12 says:

They look kind of like the pipes on a boat that are painted white.

Geekanoids says:

@wodkaspirit Sorry not really sure, might have been 4W.

Jean Louis Chaillet says:

i know this is an old video, but do you happen to know how many watt they are?

B says:

not such a geeky taste in music.. respect, my man

Geekanoids says:

@elmariel502 Very funny.

mommzyb says:

Does it work on xbox 360

Mac G. says:

thums up for the 12″ powerbook g4 🙂

Lewis O'Driscoll says:

omg they would look perfect next to my white macbook!

Geekanoids says:

@raazs35 Cheers for that.

swanjame says:

They are 2.5w. This is also the max. for USB 2.0.

Jim

Donald J. Trump says:

looks like a sewer pipe

Geekanoids says:

@brendanwalllis Thanks 😉

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