Your PC deserves more than just monitor speakers. It doesn't matter whether you have a lightweight web surfing device or a powerful gaming rig, a solid set of speakers can change your setup. This guide to the best computer speakers will introduce our preferred options.
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It should go without saying, but not all speakers are created equal. Some are specifically designed for easy listening while others are designed for intense gaming. Regardless of your sound needs, you can find the right speaker on this list.
The Allaire offers the most complete combination of high-end sound quality, versatility and connectivity in the genre. With Bluetooth, a digital optical input, an analog input, a subwoofer output and a USB port for charging devices, the Allaire is suitable for almost any installation. It contains a 1-inch dome tweeter and a 4-inch woven fiberglass woofer.
What really sells us about this set, however, is its superb sound quality, which features rich bass response, pure midrange details, and flawless highs. For a desktop that often functions as an entertainment hub, there is no better choice than thatfor this price.
Klipsch has always been in the high-end audio business, and with thatyou can bring the high-end to your desktop.
The R-51Ms definitely look good with Klipsch's signature copper woofer and a range of connectivity options (including Bluetooth, USB, and 3.5mm). However, it is the sound that stands out. The 5.25-inch woofers are larger than any of the other options on our list, resulting in more definition in the mid-range and a narrower lower-range. The rear ignition connector helps the low end a bit, while the square Tractrix tweeter handles higher frequencies.
The R-51M are big and expensive, but both are easy to miss when you have a pair on your desk.
The overall performance of Logitech's Z337 speaker kit is Quite decent for a desktop-oriented system that offers 40 watts of sound quality without rattling the walls: a pair of 8 watt satellite speakers and a 24 watt subwoofer that pumps deep bass to your feet. The kit isn't just for your desktop or laptop though: it's also a great setup for your bluetooth device (version 4.1 and above).
Other connectivity options include a 3.5mm audio jack, RCA input, and a headphone jack. Add toBundle is a wired audio dial for pairing Bluetooth devices with the system, adjusting the volume and turning off the power. The subwoofer has its own dial for manual setting of the bass.
Audioengine A2 +
Audioengine's A2 + is an easy and cute speaker upgrade for your computer or related device. The dynamic bookshelf speakers are characterized by clear accuracy and nuanced undertones that cover the frequency range, and offer an integrated digital-to-analog converter that allows you to forego the analog output of your computer in favor of a cleaner signal.
TheLoudspeakers may lack the low-end sound a bit, but they exude versatility.
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If you want your speakers to make both a visual and an acoustic statement, the Logitech G560 is a great 2.1 setup that not only offers great sound quality, but also has fancy light show features. It comes with tons of colorful lighting options that look great while pumping to your favorite songs, but can also be synced with games like Battlefield 1, Grand Theft Auto V, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive to showcase information like your health or health Map location.
TheThe sound quality is excellent and with the virtual DTS: X surround sound they offer a more expansive punch through than the limited number of drivers suggests. The software is a little confusing at first, but once you get used to it, you should love your new Logitech speakers, and they will be eye catchers on the edges of your gaming desk for some time to come.
Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II
Version 2 of the affordable GigaWorks T20 Series kit from Creative consists of two 14-watt speakers, each with a special tweeter with a fabric dome and a larger mid-range driver.
There is no subwoofer included, just everyoneThe speaker is made from what Creative calls BasXPort. Proprietary technology pushes sound waves upward from the inner chamber through an opening at the top of each speaker to produce better, more natural midrange audio. You can still control your bass level using a special controller on the right speaker, as well as treble and volume controls. The right speaker even has a headphone jack and an additional 3.5 mm jack for audio input.