The RadioShack Minimus 7, AKA Optimus 7, OptimusAV, and I'm not sure what else, is by a wide margin the largest selling speaker on the planet. A diminutive 7" X 4.5" in a black or white metal case, it is a ubiquitous presence in dentists' offices, college dorms, and anywhere else cheap small decent-sounding speakers are required. For decades, the regular price of $49.95 each was reduced in June to $29.95, and I suspect that's when most of the sales were made.
There have been a number of attempts by experimenters to improve them, but these efforts were thwarted by frequent changes in the parameters of the drivers (as RadioShack sourced out from a different Asian factory) or by the lack of interior room for extra crossover parts. The stock crossover is just a coil and cap on the tweeter. The little woofer runs free. What you end up with is very smooth response up to about 1200Hz, followed by a woofer break up in the 2500 Hz-3500 Hz region, followed by destructive interference between the woofer and tweeter from 5k-8k, and then fairly strong output up to 15k. It looks like a mess, but it sounds quite good at low volumes, particularly if they're sitting on a shelf near a wall boundary. I have a pair attached to my clock radio by the bed, and they're fine for that. Crank up the volume and they start sounding edgy real fast.