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Written on: 25/05/2010
A great set of speakers that I got half price due to a mix-up with price labels in PC-World. The seperate bass level helps bring depth to any game or music. The profile of the speakers mean that they take up very little room on the desk. The only negative thing is the cabling, I would prefer it if the speakers had their own individual cables that plugged into the sub-woofer… Read Full Review
Written on: 03/10/2008
This is yaaseen, I bought this little monster since 3 years and I very satisfied with the sound quality, it has really an amazing soung despite its two speakers are flat, it got a very good bass effect.
Everytime I turn the volume to the full, all I get is raw music power thumping at my heart, All without an inch of sound cracking. It can pump out the decibels and send your pulses
For those who have already buy one, I would advice you to remove the sheild covering the subwoofer, the… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/02/2008
Very pleased with these Packard Bell speakers, Good sound quality. Slim design. Recommended, only bad point is audible, even when switched of… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/12/2006 by dabirdi (1 review written)
Shop around. Even £20 is very cheap for the level of sound quality and output that these Packard Bell FPS-100 speakers offer but you can find them for much cheaper if you look hard enough… Read Full Review
Written on: 17/11/2004 by mabalene (1 review written)
Had the Packard Bell FPS-100 Flat Panel speakers for a few hours. Hooked it up first to my laptop and was amazed at the sound and power for such a small setup. Even my wife loved it. Next for me was my big test hooking it up to my mp3 player, I didn't expect miracles but boy I got one just as good as the laptop. And all for knockdown price of £19.99. I would be happy paying the full asking price of £30.Do yourself a favour people rush out and buy one now… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/10/2004 by janestff (1 review written)
Firstly, the bass on the Packard Bell FPS-100 Flat Panel is amazing, and they go reasonably loud without distortion, but my definition of loud is window shattering! and the flat speakers look great too, all for the price of 20 quid!… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/09/2004 by Johnjames (1 review written)
Bought during 1/2 price special offer from Currys to replace those that came with PC originally. On reflection, perhaps they weren't as bad as I thought...
OK for £14.99 but I'd feel pretty miffed if I'd shelled out the full £30.00 rrp… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/05/2004 by Johnno TM (1 review written)
Got a set of these Packard Bell FPS-100 Flat Panel Speakers from Dixons in their closing down sale for £15. To be honest I didn't expect much but was pleasantly surprised when I hooked them up to my Laptop for a quick test.
The sound quality is excellent, certainly on par with a good quality Micro Tower system… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/02/2004 by coo1k3n (5 reviews written)
Packard Bell FPS-100 NXT Technology Speakers
This speaker system uses a standard 3.5mm stereo jack, so it can be used with a variety of devices. Supplied with two revolutionary FLAT NXT Technology Satellite speakers and one powerful SUBWOOFER the sound produced couldn't be any better! Produces up to 10 Watts RMS, don't be fooled because the sound is very powerfull. There is also a wired remote which comes off from the Subwoofer with a power on/off… Read Full Review
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