In this video review we breakdown best 5 products
based on : Price, quality, performance, warranty, brand
trust, after sales & service, reusability, familiarity and easy to operate. Number 5 : Logitech Surround Sound Speaker
System If you’re an avid movie fan, surround sound
is the way to go. While not the most convenient for your desktop, the Logitech Z906 surround
sound system has small enough speakers with multiple mounting options to make it worthy
of consideration. The package is comprised of four satellite
speakers that are meant to be placed around you, a central speaker, a front-firing subwoofer
and control module for controlling the output. Across the speakers, the system Z906 delivers
500 watts of continuous power with the ability to go up to 1,000 watts. In short, it can
get really loud. At the center is the subwoofer, which contains
the amplifier and all necessary inputs and outputs.
Kindly See the Description for This Product Link. Number 4 : Razer Chroma PC Gaming Speakers
Razer is well known for its gaming peripherals but only recently did it make a serious contender
for desktop audio. While PC gamers usually use headphones for the best audio experience,
the Razer Nommo Pro speaker system is a clear and powerful alternative for gaming audio. The Nommo Pro system is a 2.1 audio setup,
meaning you get two satellite speakers and a subwoofer. Each of the satellite speakers
has a dedicated woofer and tweeter, too, meaning you’ll have clear highs and midrange. The midrange woofers make the difference here.
With a dedicated subwoofer, the Razer Nommo Pro aren’t trying to reproduce bass with the
satellites and, because of that, the midrange is clearer.
Kindly See the Description for This Product Link. Number 3 : Audioengine A5+ Active 2-Way Speakers
The Audioengine 5+ speakers are an excellent alternative to the Klipsch R-51PMs. The woofers
are the same size, as are the bodies, and both have excellent audio quality. However,
with a slightly lower power rating, they may not stay as clear at high volumes. Despite
that, CNET says the 5+’s “deliver phenomenal sound.” As far as connectivity goes, the A5+ speakers
are slightly worse than their Klipsch counterparts. One speaker has the amplifier inside, and
you’ll connect that speaker to the other using an included speaker cable. For connecting
to your source, Audioengine includes a 3.5mm jack and stereo RCA inputs and outputs.
Kindly See the Description for This Product Link. Number 2 : Logitech Speaker System
The Logitech Z313 speakers don’t sound that great, but they make up for any audio woes
in value. While not reaching the quality heights of
Klipsch, the low price tag and simple setup of the Z313’s makes them worthy of consideration.
For the price, you’re getting a 2.1 system, meaning there are stereo speakers on your
desktop and a subwoofer below. Everything is wired, but with only three cords going
between each of the components, cable management shouldn’t be too difficult.
As far as audio quality goes, the Z313’s are best summed up with “good for the money.”
The satellite speakers that live on your desktop are fairly tinny and the subwoofer doesn’t
reach too deep into the lows. Kindly See the Description for This Product
Link. Number 1 : Klipsch Powered Bluetooth Speaker
The speakers you use are somewhat of a status statement, and no company more clearly understands
that than Klipsch. However, a company isn’t adopted in homes and theaters around the world
for its looks alone. Klipsch has substance to its style, and that’s no more clearly
exemplified than it with the R-51PM computer speakers. As a long time fan of the R-15PMs — which
the R-51PMs replaced – to say I was excited for an update would be an understatement,
and Klipsch definitely delivered. When I broke out the speakers for the first time, I was
impressed with their style. The copper spun tweeter is a familiar hallmark, adding a perfect
accent to an otherwise blank chassis. The sound is really what sells these speakers.
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