PC monitors and laptops usually either have no or only a very moderate sound. Fortunately, there is a huge selection of PC speakers, some of which we would like to share with you about some of the more commendable models.
- Logitech Z333
- Bose Companion 2 Series III
- Logitech G560 Lightsync
- Harman Kardon Soundsticks Wireless
- Edifier Luna HD
The Logitech Z333 system is designed for beginners.
Good sound for gambling does not have to cost much. Logitech’s Z333 speaker system offers a complete package of two stereo speakers, a subwoofer and a separate control unit for quite a bit of money. With a power of 80 watts, the small system can even turn up quite a bit and thanks to two 3.5-millimeter inputs, two compatible players can be connected to the speakers.
However, customers should expect no high-end sound for less than 50 euros. The Logitech Z333 sound neat, but are logically far from a high-end system. Another practical feature is the separate control unit, with which the loudspeakers can be switched on and off and the volume can be regulated.
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Bose Companion 2 Series III
Small but good: The Bose Companion 2 Series III.
The loudspeaker set Bose Companion 2 falls into the category “small, space-saving and discreet” and should be worth a look for many users for this reason alone. First of all, they have to make friends with the idea that the manufacturer dispenses with a separate subwoofer and thus produces the bass sound exclusively via the two speakers.
This works surprisingly well and the small boxes deliver a surprisingly balanced and rich sound. Compared to some subwoofers, what Bose delivers is really not bad, but not outstanding either. But if you have no space for a subwoofer and generally like it rather minimalist and discreet, for the Bose Companion 2 set is a recommendation.
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Logitech G560 Lightsync
The Logitech G560 is reminiscent of Ambilight with its Lightsync feature.
Many gamers are known to RGB – at least believe that the manufacturers. So it’s no surprise that Logitech has the right PC speakers with RGB lighting. But who thinks of a pure gimmick and rolls his eyes as a precaution is wrong.
The Logitech G560 uses RGB light in a rather creative way that is quite close to the Ambilight principle on Philips TVs. The Lightsync mode ensures that the loudspeakers adapt their lighting to the respective events on the monitor, thereby virtually enlarging the actual picture with matching colors. Alternatively, the RGB lights can also be synchronized with the sound itself and then adjust colors and intensity to the music coming from the speaker.
In addition, the Logitech G560 also sound convincing and offer a virtual 3D sound thanks to DTS: X support. Overall, not a cheap, but a good package.
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Harman Kardon Soundsticks Wireless
The speakers by Harman Kardon are incomparable.
For users who like a bit extravagant, Harman Kardon offers a very special speaker set. The Soundsticks Wireless are so transparent that virtually every component is visible from the outside. This gives the two speakers and the subwoofer an absolutely unmistakable design.
But optics are not everything, so the sound sticks sound pretty good, deliver a voluminous and clear sound and are also clearly different from cheap PC speakers in this respect. In addition, the fact that the boxes can also be controlled wirelessly via Bluetooth. Thus, in addition to their function as PC speakers, they can also be used to play music from a smartphone or tablet.
Sure, the price of around 220 euros has it all. But you also get a very special pair of speakers with exceptional looks, good sound and a really useful additional feature.
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Edifier Luna HD
Great sound and chic design: The Edifier Luna HD are among the best PC speakers.
Wherever we are with chic designs, the Edifier Luna HD must not be missing. These speakers are characterized by a particularly “round” look and are not at all like the typical PC accessories and should make especially in combination with Alienware computers a good figure.
The egg-shaped orchestras work without a separate subwoofer and still deliver one of the best bass sounds in this class. But even off the bass, the sound is very voluminous. Sonically, these speakers are primarily for users who like to turn a little further, without the sound overdrives or sounds scratchy.
The Edifier Luna HD is available in three color variations: black, white and red for an RRP of about 180 Euros.
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