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Computer speaker suggestions for gaming

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I'm currently looking for computer speakers for gaming/music listening. Plan on getting AC4 Black Flag for my computer along with Watch Dogs and various other next-gen games for my PC so i think its about time to invest in some good speakers for great audio, currently stuck between corsair sp2500 and HiVi M50W 2.1 hearing good reviews and some bad reviews on them both so i don't know which i should get which is why I'm here looking for help XD.

 

Budget: 400

Location: US, Indiana

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http://shop.emotiva.com/collections/speakers/products/airmotiv4

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Heya,

 

Want to waste your money (ie, computer speaker setups in a box, labeled 2.1 systems, that are just tweeters and a mid-woofer falsely labeled a sub)?

 

Or do you want to get some serious, serious audio for your money?

 

TX-SR313

FH-65B's

F-12

 

Right at your budget for the whole set. That's a ridiculous -real- 2.1 setup.

 

Very best,


Edited by MalVeauX - 11/28/13 at 9:12am
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I have the Klipsh Promedia 2.1. For the price it offers excellent SQ. Other well rated ones are AegoM, Audioengine.

post #5 of 8

I kind of prefer the Malveaux idea. Usually passive speaker lifespan is way longer than active speakers and that Sub should deliver a lot!

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Can That Receiver Power Those Speakers And Sub?.

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Originally Posted by MalVeauX View Post
 

Heya,

 

Want to waste your money (ie, computer speaker setups in a box, labeled 2.1 systems, that are just tweeters and a mid-woofer falsely labeled a sub)?

 

Or do you want to get some serious, serious audio for your money?

 

TX-SR313

FH-65B's

F-12

 

Right at your budget for the whole set. That's a ridiculous -real- 2.1 setup.

 

Very best,

Can That Receiver Power Those Speakers And Sub?.

post #8 of 8
The sub has it's own amp. That receiver is fine for two small bookshelf speakers. That is FAR more clean power than any of the typical "computer speaker" set-ups.
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