The units themselves aren’t too fancy but present enough class to fit in nicely with any setup. The gloss black plastic front face is surrounded by black wood on all sides with the silver speakers providing a little bit of contrast.
The only thing of note on the front aside from the speakers themselves is the small LCD display that shows volume/bass/treble when you adjust them and a small blue light to signal whether the speakers are on (solid) or in standby (blinking). The display itself adds nicely to the overall presentation of the unit in addition to being very functional.
On the inside of the left speaker we find one of the subwoofers as well as the control knobs and microphone jacks. The controls are pretty basic with only the capability to change volume, treble, bass, and the mic volumes. With so few adjustments you are limited if you know how to tweak everything properly, but for the majority of people these will be enough. The microphone jacks take the standard 1/4 inch plug and allow you to simply plug up a mic or two and do a little karaoke if you are in to that.
Around back we have our very basic connections including the RCA inputs and the right speaker outputs along with the power cable and power switch.