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Best Desktop Speakers 2012

Updated on October 10, 2012

Good audio can mean the difference between good and bad movie experience, therefore good speakers are essential if you want good audio. As most desktops don't come with speakers, and even if they do, the default speakers are poor-quality.

Best Desktop Speaker System on

There´s no doubt that the Logitech Z-5500 5.1 Speaker System is the best speaker system on this HubPage, in fact this speaker system is the best on features 4 satellites, 1 center channel, 1 subwoofer, wireless remote and Digital SoundTouch™ control center.Though it´s very expensive, if your budget allows it, and you want to hear your movies, music and games the way the studio meant them to be heard, then buy this speaker system.

Best Desktop Speakers under $20

 These Logitech Multimedia Speakers are very inexpensive and still have a great quality.Of course you can´t compare them to Logitech THX-certified speaker systems, but they are still surprisingly good for the price.Besides that these speakers are likely to be better than your default speakers that came with your desktop.These speakers have a very basic design, but they are extremely good for the price, so if you are look best desktop speakers under $50, you found them.

Cool Desktop Speakers

 Harman Kardon's SoundSticks III three-piece speaker system produces high-quality stereo sound for Music, MP3's, movies and gaming experiences.SoundSticks III encourages consumers to step out of the ordinary speaker world and offers sound in an original and unique package. The system, described as curvy, sleek and sexy, provides consumers with sound that is loud and clear.

Logitech Z-2300 THX-Certified 2.1 Speaker System with Subwoofer

These speakers are quite loud. Be careful not to damage your hearing with these. I really see no point in turning the master volume past 40% and the sub past 25%.The only minus with this product is that you can´t turn the subwoofer down to 0%, so you can´t bypass it, but you can change your EQ setting(it´s very easy to do in windows media player).For the price these computer speakers are a steal.In the price range of 50-150 these speakers are the definite winners, no contest.

M-Audio's Studiophile AV 40 Desktop Speaker System

 Not to sound condescending, but M-Audio's Studiophile AV 40 Desktop Speaker System makes most PC and multimedia speakers seem rather puny by comparison.And it´s not just their size I´m talking about, these speakers really deliver a lot of bass and if you really value high-quality audio, you will find a way to squeeze these computer speakers onto your desktop.M-Audio's Studiophile AV 40 Desktop Speaker System has a great score on, and it is worth it, out 0f 315 reviews, it has 214 5-star reviews.Very few speaker systems have that good of a rating.


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