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TomasTruikys
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Hello, need suggestion which PC speakers i should buy, for gaming and music, no surround, budget around 100 euros

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31 minutes ago, TomasTruikys said:

Hello, need suggestion which PC speakers i should buy, for gaming and music, no surround, budget around 100 euros

Theres a lot of options can you give location so I can see what to recommend?

Also @Tigerleonis the best guy for this job 

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55 minutes ago, Omar.B said:

 this one is really good one from sounding to everything 

We stopped recommending desktop speakers 10-20 years ago. Bookshelf speakers can be had for the same price, and are the superior design. Audio impressions are relative to experience, and with mine I doubt they sound very good at all. Tiny 2-inch coaxial drivers are out of the equation, there's not even a dedicated high-frequency driver.

 

Ignore anyone who fails to mention the three-way Sony CS5's, which can be had for around 100 euros depending on where you look.

2 hours ago, JKRsega said:

https://www.edifier.com/product-m201bt.html

 

I bought these for £50 and they're some good speakers.  Loud enough that I've not turned them up to maximum and decent bass too.

There's more to audio than loudness, and bass. We'd normally recommend waiting until one understands more descriptive audio terminologies, and has more experience under their belt before making recommendations. Like I said above, we stopped recommending desktop speakers long ago. They're an inferior design.

 

Bookshelf Edifiers are passable on a massively tight budget, but even they have their own shortcomings.

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9 hours ago, OfficialTechSpace said:

Ignore anyone who fails to mention the three-way Sony CS5's, which can be had for around 100 euros depending on where you look.

I respect your insistence on recommending objectively good speakers, but it's really inconsiderate to people who don't want to deal with having honking huge bookshelf speakers on their desk PLUS a separate amplifer (and likely DAC) to deal with, especially with regards to cable management and aesthetic.

I have no horse in this race though, I just use my MacBook speakers lol.

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