4 Affordable Speakers for Your Computer
Life is but a montage in retrospect, and it’s your job to give it a good audio sequence. We’re not talking about your choice of music because that’s about personal preference. We’re here to help you provide your PCs and laptops, which about 92% of you own, with a better sound system.
Without further ado, here are some Speakers Daily reviews for the best computer speakers.
1. Creative Pebble V2
The Creative Pebble V2 is a set of speakers that has been doing the rounds for quite a bit. After launching in 2020, they’ve been on the charts, thanks to a rare USB-C plug that comes with an adapter, so you don’t need to buy one separately.
These speakers also happen to be under $30, cost less than their predecessors, and sound better than them, too, now that we think about it.
2. Edifier R1280DB Powered Bluetooth Bookshelf Speakers
Edifier has found its niche in computer speakers. Their R1280DB Powered Bluetooth Bookshelf Speakers are a thing to behold. Not only do they look spectacular, but they also let out a spectacularly rich sound.
Their features include:
- Professional sound quality.
- Bluetooth compatibility with Apple and Android PCs, laptops, tablets, and phones.
- Optical inputs
- Remote control capabilities.
3. Logitech Z407
The Logitech Z407 comes with its own subwoofer, so you don’t have to go out of your way to get one. The set looks good and boasts some attractive features that you can easily make the most of because it’s as user-friendly as they come.
You can connect this set with your computer through a cable, USB, or Bluetooth and set it up horizontally or vertically in a smaller room. You can’t expect the bass to be tight when it only costs $120, but you can expect your PC to sound even better with this system at the helm.
4. Audioengine A1
The Audioengine A1 has been emitting clear sounds since its launch in 2020. These speakers may not have the best bass, but at just $200, they sound way better than Logitech Z407. Regardless, if you’re using them for your computer, you don’t need great bass anyway because you’ll be using them at close range.
These speakers are easy on the eyes and even easier to set up. All you have to do is press the button at the back, à la AirPods, to connect them with a Bluetooth device or pair the two up via cable.
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