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Windows 7: Desktop pc Speaker Suggestions ?

23 Dec 2015   #1
Robert11

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Desktop pc Speaker Suggestions ?

Hi,

Want to purchase a pair of "small" desktop speakers for my desktop pc.
One to go on each side of monitor.

Don't want a woofer.

But, am hard of hearing, so would need something with a decent amount of volume. This is an important requirement. Not sure if this eliminates all of the USB powered ones, or not ?

Would like to keep the cost at $ 35 or so, max.

Looked at all the reviews in Amazon, and you can really go crazy.
Sure are a lot of offerings in this price range, and below.
Seems like all of the reviews always have about 15 % or so that don't like what they bought.

Have always gotten very good advice here.

So, may I please ask:

What do you like, and what would be your suggestion as to what to purchase ?

Happy Holidays, and thanks,
Bob


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23 Dec 2015   #2
Baddog22556

Windows 7
 
 

I doubt anyone can suggest a speaker system for you. It may fall in the 15% for you too.
It's $30 or $40 and with Amazon most can be returned with an RA from sender and paid shipping.
I never had a prob with Amazon dealers if not satisfied or didn't work or such. The ones I'm looking
at, and there are a ton of them, all have at least 4 star ratings. Just get the wattage you think you need
and go for it. Heck, drop a hundred bucks and get Bose Companion 2 Series III Multimedia Speakers I have these and they're great. (Or go to ebay and take a chance on used but cheap ones.)
You can't go wrong with that. (15% will say nay - too expensive - power ratings not shown -
you pay for the name and advertisements - yada yada yada)

Good luck.
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