The only thing I would say with the Volls is that you can't really beat physics, not to continually harp on frequency range but they simply won't go very low purely because of the compact size. For a long time I used a hifi system I bought in the 90's, one of those all in one, cd, radio, double cassette deck deals. The speakers that came with it were regular size bookshelf speakers. At some point I read about the Loudspeaker Kit M4 (Mk I) speakers and decided I'd 'upgrade' the speakers but without quite realising how small they were (about the same as the Volls). Once I hooked them up I felt the audio quality was better but the frequency range was more constrained and for tv/movie/music duty the wife and I both felt the old ones were better even though the fidelity was worse. Long story short I bought $1k floorstanders and the M4s are hooked up to the wife's PC haha (as an aside she thinks the Swan's sound much better than the M4s, more warm in her words). Anyway the moral of this story is just be aware of what you get with compact speakers, I haven't heard the Volls but assume they are good for what they are but a more regular size bookshelf might be a better option.