For starters, they’re very well connected, with Bluetooth, USB and analogue inputs. They look pretty high-end too, with Bang & Olufsen-style satellite speakers and an aggressive three-driver subwoofer. Quality is fine, even over Bluetooth. There’s enough power to make your desk shake and there’s a remarkable sense of space. On the downside, the subwoofer doesn’t have great definition and control, and the speakers produce a sound that doesn’t cover the whole audio spectrum evenly, with a gaping hole in the range between treble and bass notes. That’s very disappointing for a set of speakers this pricey, no matter how flexible they are.