In case you're looking for a very serious stereo speaker system to deliver very serious and massive, high-quality sound form a rather diminutive package, the Cambridge SoundWorks MicroWorks II might be one of the premium solutions. Well, this system looks like being more than capable to deliver what you desire and even more, have your room rocking with quite a blasting power at a more than affordable price.
The Cambridge SoundWorks MicroWorks II is the perfect thing to own if you're looking for great audio in your office or work room, where space has always been a premium item; packing advanced technology in small dimensions and sporting a classic design, this speaker system can easily be integrated in pretty much any home decor , modern or retro. The satellites boast an asymmetrically-curved cabinet design which eliminated distortions caused by standing waves and are thus capable to deliver better, purer sound even at high pressure levels; they can handle as much as 20W and their response reaches 20 kHz for a focused and detailed sound reproduction.
The cubic subwoofer is a small piece of technological art itself: despite its diminutive dimensions, it comes loaded with dual woofers for a dramatic LF sound that will fill you room while offering you a strong sound field with consistent thump and powerful imaging. The active driver in the Cambridge SoundWorks MicroWorks II is a 6.5-inch one, air-coupled to the larger, down-firing 8-inch passive radiator, further extending the bass response down to a 45 Hz bottom end, with undetectable distortions and increased pressure level; the maximal power of the bass powerhouse reaches 40W RMS.
The Cambridge SoundWorks MicroWorks II comes with dual analog stereo inputs, subwoofer volume control and a headphone jack for private listening; it retails for less than $150 and it will doubtlessly be one of the neatest small-scale 2.1 systems you've ever had.