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2.1 PC Setup

AmuseMe

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I’m looking for a decent computer audio 2.1 setup. Just want something basic (one cord going into the computer).

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I was looking at these, which have been mentioned on the forum and seem solid:


Anything else worth checking out?
 

Prickly007

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Klipsch Promedia 2.1 if you like bass, or something by Logitech maybe. There is not a lot of choice anymore in "computer speakers".
 

Dwayne

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I am using a TV soundbar for my system. It has a wireless subwoofer and is connected with a single toslink cable. It works well. Some bookshelf speakers would be nice too, but I liked the soundbar. And there are a lot of them to choose from too!
 

clshades

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I am using a TV soundbar for my system. It has a wireless subwoofer and is connected with a single toslink cable. It works well. Some bookshelf speakers would be nice too, but I liked the soundbar. And there are a lot of them to choose from too!
sound bar isn't a bad idea really.
 

JD

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Kanto and Audioengine would be the other choices I think, though a little more costly, especially if you add a sub too.

If music is the main use case, then you'd want to get the largest bookshelf you can fit on your desk or wherever. It'll help a lot with the low-end and to blend in with the sub (if you get one).
 

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