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I'm in the market for some new desktop speakers

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#1 gorydragon


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Posted 03 November 2011 - 06:53 PM

The wire connecting the left and right speakers to my subwoofer requires wiggling around too often in order to transmit data to both of the speakers.
It's gotten really annoying, and I need new ones, but I don't know nearly enough about audio to know what I'm buying.

My current set is left and right speakers, and a sub under the desk. it only uses the single green auxiliary jack in the back, though there are 6 jacks that can be used.
I've really come to like the bass, so I think I want something that involves left and right speakers and a subwoofer.
Hardware volume control is important, and being able to individually control treble and bass levels would be very nice, but not totally necessary i guess.

Frankly, left, right and sub, volume controls, good bass support, and not too expensive.
I wouldn't be able to tell the difference between a $20 set and a $120 set online myself, so I'll be very thankful to anyone who's got this sort of knowledge themself, and i swilling to help.


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#2 jhayz


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Posted 03 November 2011 - 07:25 PM

Posting your computer model would help and the audio activites related. An average user that plays usually music files and video would normally purchase a 30 to 50 bucks of speakers. Sometimes testing them firsthand on electronic or computer shops would be better.


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Posted 04 November 2011 - 07:20 AM

The front+rear+subwoofer setup is classified as a 2.1 Speaker system.

Here's something you can consider:
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