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HP USB Mini Speakers

HP USB Mini Speakers

“ I'll try to make this short and sweet. I tend to ramble sometimes...   First off these have VERY good sound all around.   Now of course you can't expect a miracle here but for music to movies they're pretty amazing. They actually have BASS and the treble and mids are very apparent and come through with no trouble. Nothing ever seems drowned out, whether they're playing...” --AndroidVageta

100% Positive Reviews
Logitech Z-2300 THX-Certified 2.1 Speaker System with Subwoofer

Logitech Z-2300 THX-Certified 2.1 Speaker System with Subwoofer

“ I had high expectations for these speakers, based on their glowing user reviews. The Z-2300 is an exceptionally popular set amongst PC enthusiasts, even today (6 years since their release!). Unfortunately, Logitech designed these speakers for maximum profit. They're a step or two above your average set of PC speakers, but certainly nothing special. In fact, the predecessor to the Z-2300's...” --jseaber

100% Positive Reviews
Creative Labs Inspire A200 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System

Creative Labs Inspire A200 2.1 Multimedia Speaker System

“I really like these speakers. The bass is pretty decent and they are overall cheap. Also very durable. I've been using them since 2010 and I have them even till this day.   I would say they are a great set of speakers if you wanna go cheap.   9 / 10 (If you look at them from the "Cheap" side) ” --Bonny

100% Positive Reviews
Eclipse TD-M1

Eclipse TD-M1

“   Note to the Reader This was a demo unit, part of a program organized by Todd the Vinyl Junkie. A big thanks to Todd for his generosity and allowing me a week to fool around with these little eyeballs in the comfort of my home.     Introduction   As someone who has barely started treading water into the ocean that is the world of speakers, I am not the most...” --HideousPride

100% Positive Reviews
Microlab B 73

Microlab B 73

“For 41€ on amazon I bought a bargain. It sounds really really well even for 100€. If you know Trevi or Magnat speakers you know his OEM Microlab. This speakers are the same as remarked Trevi AV540 and use the same tweeter and mid-sub that Magnat Monitor Supreme 100.” --Remior

100% Positive Reviews
M-Audio BX5 D2

M-Audio BX5 D2

“www.krish-tech.com   INTRODUCTION     M AUDIO BX5 D2 is a studio monitor,which means that it is mostly used for mixing in studios but that doesn't mean it's not a good desktop speakers in terms of audio quality atleast.I mainly use these monitors as desktop speakers with a little bit of video and audio editing.The advantage of having monitors over headphones in editing is...” --krishtrinity1

100% Positive Reviews
Roland Quad Capture

Roland Quad Capture

“ The Roland Quad Capture 2X2 comes from the world of pro audio but is a viable option when used as a USB DAC with a laptop or desktop. The Roland uses regenerated USB power, which effectively isolates the signal path from stray noise, a serious issue when DACs are used with computers. The unit is 100% USB bus powered.   The Quad Capture is usable without drivers, plug it in and it shows...” --imagic

100% Positive Reviews
Adam Audio A7X Powered Studio Monitor (7 inch, 150 watts)

Adam Audio A7X Powered Studio Monitor (7 inch, 150 watts)

“I started building my digital only/active only rig last Oct. 2012, it began with interest in the following desktop speakers; Audioengine A5, then Swan M200 MK II/lll, then Swan T200B and finally moved on to true studio monitors after waking my hi-fi analog memories. I researched Yamaha, JBL, Mackie, KRK, Dynaudio, Focal, Genelec, M-Audio, Adam and all the below 1k (per) usual suspects. The...” --SwanSong

100% Positive Reviews
Jawbone JAMBOX (Black Diamond)

Jawbone JAMBOX (Black Diamond)

“As I say before: the Jawbone Jambox fits well in a pocket, have a good sound quality, bluetooth and 3,5mm jack exit and an attractive design. I've buy it about 1 year ago, i can carry it away wherever i want, maybe without cable, in fact it can works also with bluetooth. It have a very, very, very good powerful sound. The only negative side is that maybe it can have more watt power, nothing else.” --MattiaFalsetti

100% Positive Reviews
Microlab Solo 7c

Microlab Solo 7c

“I bought these to replace a set of multimedia logitech speakers after reading the IXBT review for these. You can have a look at the RMAA analysis on IXBT. You can also see what's inside the speakers on the pics there. At some point it became clear I needed a 2.0 system or 2.1 system for music, and the corsair multimedia set I had was too V shaped for classical piano/violin + orchestra or metal...” --svyr

100% Positive Reviews
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