As I mentioned before the people who'll opt to buy this speaker system are those who have absolutely no real need for an expensive speaker system. I guess if you're fed up with the desktop speakers you got with you computer system, then this is an excellent choice. Caged in a durable mesh grill these 3" long throw drivers give out a total power output of 10W R.M.S. If you are upgrading from your cheap $20 or $30 speaker system, then the 2010 speakers are bound to give you a totally new experience. Size can be very deceiving when it comes to Diamond Audio's speakers. If you think this is just another $30 speaker system you get in the market, boy are you wrong.Diamond Audio is so confident that their speakers are unmatched by any other speaker system in their individual price ranges that their guarantee states: if a customer finds a superior speaker system to ours within 60 days of the purchase of one of our speaker systems, we'll refund their purchase in full. For a company to make such a statement, you could just imagine how good these speakers really are.As with the 2012 the 2010 also produce impressive high and mid range frequencies. I put these speakers to the usual test, similar to what I did with the ProMedia 3025 and the 2012. Well I must say the overall effect I got from these speakers were really good. I tested a few other speakers in its price range just through curiosity to see how good these speakers really are. Believe me, they were worlds apart. Trebles and midranges were almost similar to a good speaker system, yet the bass isn't too great (guess I don't need to repeat myself again). However it sure beats all the other speaker systems I tested in its range. The fact is you really can't expect excellent sound quality from a $30 speaker system, so if you want excellent sound be prepared to spend over a hundred dollars. However in its price range of $29.99 I can't think how these speakers could get any better.
The 2010 also comes with the 3DSP™ feature, giving you crisp clear 3D sound when needed. It also features a Microphone pass-through for educational applications. I couldn't think of any real need for this for myself, yet that's just me. Some might find this feature very useful in their college studies as well as company presentations. It also comes with a headphone jack, giving you the choice of privacy when needed.
Overall I would say the ProMedia 2010 is a great speaker system and it out performs most speaker systems in its price range (This goes for the total ProMedia series as well). I don't know about you, but I think that's exceptionally great. How often can you say this when it comes to speakers? Finally I would say that if you are looking for a really cheap speaker system with very impressive sound then the ProMedia 2010 system is an excellent buy. If you already don't own any speaker system but want to step into this new world, I suggest you go ahead and start with this, it's great, you'll simply love it. If money's no real object then go for the ProMedia 3025(It really kicks ass). However if you're looking for really great sound then the 2010 will disappoint you, no doubt. It's sheer common sense, want more… pay more…!!! When it comes to sound however it's always a matter of personal taste. Some might like the sound produced by the 2010 and some might not. The final decider is you, so make sure you make the right choice, however I would recommend any of the ProMedia speaker series to anybody any day.