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Mini-speakers for Gaming Monitor/PC/PS4

Hey Guys,

 

i hope u are fine and had a good start in the new year!

 

I have an high end gaming pc with a mini itx, built in 2019. Also in my gaming area is a PS4. In addition to this conole/pc i have a gaming monitor from AOC. This one is without speakers.

 

In my dreams and in my world i buy a 7.1 speaker system and equip the whole room with it. But there is an objection from my wife, who has completely different ideas: The gaming corner is big enough and the speakers should be as small as possible ? ...
Could you help me with a tip or a concrete product recommendation? Budget is secondary "for now".

 

Thanks in advance and best regards

Baschti

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I’ve had two pairs of Logitech speakers and they have both been great. I’m assuming your wife won’t be down for a giant subwoofer so I would go with something like the Logitech MX Sound.

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Thanks for the idea with Logitech mX Sound..."sounds" great ? Further tips are welcome ? 

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Honestly... I'd say it depends on what your budget is first. I'd always recommend a separate audio amp plus some decent speakers to go with it.

 

Smallest I can recommend is probably two of the Cambridge audio minx min 22, plus their Cambridge audio one pre-amp to go with them. Still got to buy different pieces rather than a whole system at once but I'm sure it'll do you better for upgrade-ability and quality.

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2 hours ago, Brennan Price said:

Honestly... I'd say it depends on what your budget is first. I'd always recommend a separate audio amp plus some decent speakers to go with it.

 

Smallest I can recommend is probably two of the Cambridge audio minx min 22, plus their Cambridge audio one pre-amp to go with them. Still got to buy different pieces rather than a whole system at once but I'm sure it'll do you better for upgrade-ability and quality.

Can i use the Minix 12 as stand alone? Only with a 3,5 mm on monitor/pc/ps4? How it is compared with the logitech MX Sound? Any experiences?

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4 hours ago, Baschti said:

Can i use the Minix 12 as stand alone? Only with a 3,5 mm on monitor/pc/ps4? How it is compared with the logitech MX Sound? Any experiences?

ait Seems like he is getting into audiophile speakers, which are great but start to get expensive. Your local best it should have the Logitech speakers (possibly on display) if you want to check out their sound. Hardware kanucks Also gave the Mx sound a positive review. 

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