Bose Companion 2 Desktop Personal Stereo Speakers Review

I like the Bose Companion 2 Desktop Personal Stereo Speakers. They sound great, look professional, and while they could use a sub, in a work place they are perfect.

These are excellent multimedia computer speakers. They have excellent base response without being too bassy. A subwoofer is definitely not required. Midranges and highs are clear with distinct clarity. You’re really getting a 2.1 system in the disguise of a 2.0. It seems like there’s a sub hidden somewhere under my desk. These are very light, compact, and don’t take up too much space. Connection is very easy. They do not have an on/off switch. They don’t have a cloth mesh over the front of the speakers, and the don’t have a separate (visible) sound chamber for bass production, so they won’t collect dust and hair the way other models do.
In terms of use: they have a headphone port, and if you can adjust volume, then you should be able to use these speakers.
The Bose Companion 2 Speakers are small, of sleek design, and are two shades of gray (tin and charcoal, respectively).

Whether your musical taste is hard rock, country or classical, you’ll be more than satisfied with the excellent sound emanating from the Bose Companion 2.