I am coming from a 1999 Microsoft Digital System 80 2.1 speaker set. I moved last year to a house with hardwood floors, and I don't know if it's the floors, or if something happened during the move, but now the subwoofer rattles too much. Here's a sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-atPJ-bjF0 This past weekend, I tried removing the screws to the subwoofer, but after that, I couldn't open the subwoofer any further. I thought I might be able to open it up and further identify the source of the rattling. I also tried placing a towel underneath it, but it didn't help. The bass rattling problem doesn't just affect music though, I can be watching a normal non-music video, and it can sometimes sound bad. So, I am looking at new computer speakers. * I don't listen to music very often on my computer speakers. Usually I use a portable device and headphones. * Wireless is nice, but not a must have. * I like how my current speakers have a mute button, very convenient. But, I can get a $15 Amazon keyboard with a mute button, so not a big deal. * I mostly listen to hard rock and heavy metal. The sample I posted above is one of the non heavy rock songs I have, but is a good test for bass. 1) Bowers & Wilkins MM-1. I have their P7 headphones, and I like them. These look like they'll be good. Don't have wireless. http://www.bowers-wilkins.com/Speakers/Computer-Speakers/MM-1 No, they don't have a subwoofer, but it might still sound ok. 2) Focal XS 2.1 http://www.focal.com/usa/en/focal-xs-21/266-focal-xs-21.html These aren't wireless either. 3) Klipsch Pro Media 2.1 Wireless http://www.klipsch.com/products/klipsch-promedia-2-1-computer-speakers#promedia-2-1-wireless I heard the non-wireless version several years ago, and liked them. Casually heard them, not an in depth listening. The wireless is only 30 feet though, so for a house, that isn't very much. I don't mind getting 2 of these, comparing them, and returning one.