These Roland speakers were released about 1990 (CS-10) and 1993 (CS-30) to complement its line of LA & GS computer modules. The key differences between them is that the CS-10 has a single input while the CS-30 has dual inputs and an output. The CS-10 are rated at 5W, the CS-30 at 7W. By comparison, a single satellite speaker of my Creative Gigaworks outputs 70W.
Are they a good fit for the devices they are designed to connect to? (CM-32L, CM-32P, CM-64, CM-300, CM-500.) By that I mean do they do justice to the sound they are designed to output.
Are they comparable, better or worse than other computer speakers sold back in the day (knowing that they were usually not great.)
I'm not so sure that a little satellite is capable of 70 watts, I'm pretty sure it's peak power, and not RMS.
Wattages are not very meaningful anyway, because one never uses the full power of an amplifier, normal listening volume is around 1 watt, depending on speaker efficiency.