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Best White Speakers for below 75$?

Fluuwu

Here's all the details that I want for some affordable speakers:

Speakers need to be white, 2.0 Audio Channel & have 3.5mm connection. I will put them on separate wall shelves, one left and one right above my monitor. Speakers should have as good of a bass as possible at that price point and these criteria.

What I'll be doing: Listening to music, making music myself (not professional, just fun/amateur), story games (no comp/audio intensive "left/right determinable" kind of games).

What is my best purchase here for under 75$?

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9 minutes ago, Fluuwu said:

I'm looking for PC Speakers for under 100$. What I'll be using them for is listening to music, sometimes also making music myself (not professional, just fun), occasional gaming (story games).
I want to have clear sound, good highs & lows and good bass.
I feel like I'm delulu here, since it doesn't seem realistic xD

For that price, the Klipsch promedia 2.1 is your best option.

 

The recommended studio monitors don't come large enough at that price point for good bass, as they're 3" usually.

 

The 5" ones for around $200 though are very good and what I would recommend if you have space and funds.

 

Any from Mackie, presonus, edifier, etc.

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2.1 or 2.0?

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3 minutes ago, Tan3l6 said:

2.1 or 2.0?

What is the difference?

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Just now, Fluuwu said:

What is the difference?

2.0 = two speakers, stereo.

2.1 = two speakers plus subwoofer.

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5 minutes ago, Dedayog said:

For that price, the Klipsch promedia 2.1 is your best option.

 

The recommended studio monitors don't come large enough at that price point for good bass, as they're 3" usually.

 

The 5" ones for around $200 though are very good and what I would recommend if you have space and funds.

 

Any from Mackie, presonus, edifier, etc.

The Klipsch promedia 2.1 aren't available here in Switzerland 😕

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Edifier 2.0 R1280DBS seem decent to me. Might cost a bit more in Switzerland though.

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Just now, Tan3l6 said:

2.0 = two speakers, stereo.

2.1 = two speakers plus subwoofer.

do you have a recommendation for both types?

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3 minutes ago, Fluuwu said:

do you have a recommendation for both types?

For 2.0 Edifier 2.0 R1280DBS

For some reason 2.1 I don't like. So don't know what to recommend there.

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8 minutes ago, Fluuwu said:

The Klipsch promedia 2.1 aren't available here in Switzerland 😕

Maybe then a Logitech setup, but I shy away from them these days.

 

Look at studio monitors under your budget then.

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5 minutes ago, heckboi said:

Check the classifieds, you might be able to find much better speakers second hand for 100$

Indeed, I got Audioengine A5+ for 160€. New ones cost 500+€.

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10 minutes ago, Tan3l6 said:

For 2.0 Edifier 2.0 R1280DBS

For some reason 2.1 I don't like. So don't know what to recommend there.

The Edifiers are not under 100$ sadly 😕

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46 minutes ago, Tan3l6 said:

That's a great find.

"Do what makes the experience better" - in regards to PCs and Life itself.

 

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1 hour ago, Fluuwu said:

I'm looking for PC Speakers for under 100$. What I'll be using them for is listening to music, sometimes also making music myself (not professional, just fun), occasional gaming (story games).
I want to have clear sound, good highs & lows and good bass.
I feel like I'm delulu here, since it doesn't seem realistic xD
(preferable if there's a white option available)

I have the creative pebble plus - sounds great, 2.1 config with 2 speakers and a subwoofer, and about $40. You could probably get better speakers for a $100 budget but I think these sound incredible. 

 

They also look cool. 

 

https://www.amazon.com/Creative-USB-Powered-Down-Firing-Subwoofer-Far-Field/dp/B07NWLWM9B/ref=sr_1_1

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2 hours ago, PowerPCFan said:

I have the creative pebble plus - sounds great, 2.1 config with 2 speakers and a subwoofer, and about $40. You could probably get better speakers for a $100 budget but I think these sound incredible. 

 

They also look cool. 

 

https://www.amazon.com/Creative-USB-Powered-Down-Firing-Subwoofer-Far-Field/dp/B07NWLWM9B/ref=sr_1_1

These are not white tho... 😞

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So my last post about this wasn't detailed enough, so here's all the details that I want.

Speakers need to be white, 2.0 Audio Channel & have 3.5mm + Bluetooth connection. I will mount them on separate wall mounts, one left and one right. Speakers should have as good of a bass as possible at that price point and these criteria.

What I'll be doing: Listening to music, making music myself (not professional, just fun/amateur), story games (no comp/audiophile games).

What is my best purchase here for under 100$?

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11 minutes ago, Fluuwu said:

These are not white tho... 😞

Sorry, didn’t realize they had to be white… I know they make a white version, but that might be the one without a subwoofer

 

Edit: they do make a white one, but it’s the cheap one without the subwoofer. 
 

https://www.amazon.com/Creative-USB-Powered-Speakers-Far-Field-Radiators/dp/B0791J2658/ref=mp_s_a_1_1

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2 minutes ago, PowerPCFan said:

Sorry, didn’t realize they had to be white… I know they make a white version, but that might be the one without a subwoofer

check my new post, i fumbled a bit on this one with the criteria for the speakers xD

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4 minutes ago, Fluuwu said:

So my last post about this wasn't detailed enough, so here's all the details that I want.

Speakers need to be white, 2.0 Audio Channel & have 3.5mm + Bluetooth connection. I will mount them on separate wall mounts, one left and one right. Speakers should have as good of a bass as possible at that price point and these criteria.

What I'll be doing: Listening to music, making music myself (not professional, just fun/amateur), story games (no comp/audiophile games).

What is my best purchase here for under 100$?

With all this extra criteria, I’m stumped lol

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“Audiophile games”


Anyway, Edifier MR4

pretty well known entry level powered bookshelf speakers, with Bluetooth, and they come in white

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Doesn’t meet your budget, but I loved the Swan M10 in my college days. White and 2.1

 

nowadays they’re called Swan M10 Plus

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4 minutes ago, saintlouisbagels said:

Doesn’t meet your budget, but I loved the Swan M10 in my college days. White and 2.1

 

nowadays they’re called Swan M10 Plus

do you know if there's a version of these without a subwoofer?

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