• For such a compact, two-way loudspeaker the SoundWare has a wholly enjoyable sound that does all the basics right without drawing too much attention to its shortcomings.
• The SoundWare does require a subwoofer if you're planning on using them for anything other than ambient listening, which isn't a bad thing but will add to the cost of ownership.
• At louder volumes the SoundWare speaker will begin to break up and show its faults, but this is normal with a speaker of this size and budget. Keep it within the speed limits and it will more than get you where you want to go.
• The included mounting brackets don't come with any hardware to actually mount the speaker, so be sure to have a handful of screws or the like on hand if you're going to mount the SoundWare to your wall.
For just under $100 apiece the SoundWare speakers from Boston Acoustics are truly wonderful little speakers designed to bring music to virtually any environment. They come in a variety of fun colors or can be painted to match any d�cor, making them one hell of a paid of lifestyle loudspeakers. For what they are and the various ways they can be used I'm not sure they have any real rivals. The SoundWare is another great product from Boston Acoustics.