Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Best computer speakers for your money

High-end computer speakers are a waste of money. If space isn't extremely restricted, the best computer speakers are regular stereo speakers, the kind that would be hooked up to a regular stereo or receiver. You can connect your computer to the unit's RCA inputs with a $3 cable from radio shack. Even if you dont have a stereo to use for this, buying one is a lot cheaper than buying high end computer speakers, which can run $200-300.

15 comments:

  1. Logitech z-5500 will do the job for me

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  2. thanks for the advice, but a little too late for me. :(

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  3. Great post! Keep up the good blogging it will eventually pay off!

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  4. Oh man, I've actually wanted new speakers and was thinking about this. Thank you for the tip!

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  5. got awesome speakers by JVC
    great sound, and can also use them for my TV

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  6. Nice idea! But i already have a nice sound system. Anyway, thank you :)

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  7. I have a notebook and no extra speakers, the bult-in ones are enough for me

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  8. This is a great idea! Hate spending more money than I have to!

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  9. Good idea, though personally I'd likely just buy a nice pair of headphones than have big speakers. but thats just me.

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  10. i wish i could heeelp
    following anyways

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  11. I'm happy with my Klipsch Promedia 2.1's (GREAT speakers), but your tip is great too! Some better soundcards already have composite jacks so that would be an excellent idea.

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  12. dont have space... or stereo speakers available

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  13. Pretty good idea, i always use the ones that come with the computer :D

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  14. Awesome i need new speakers.

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