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Decent PC Speakers (WITH OUT SUBWOOFER)

figoagogo

Distinguished Member
Hi

I am looking for some good quality PC speakers but want avoid a 2.1 setup as I dont have room for a Sub Woofer! Any ideas? Max spend £50.

Am I asking the impossible?
 

alexs2

Distinguished Member
mattrixdesign2 said:
Hi

I am looking for some good quality PC speakers but want avoid a 2.1 setup as I dont have room for a Sub Woofer! Any ideas? Max spend £50.

Am I asking the impossible?

The little Creative i-Trigue 2200s arent bad for the money,and sound quite adequate for what they're intended to be,as well as being small,and robust....worth a look anyway.
 

Cable Monkey

Well-known Member
Got a set of those for a friends laptop and she is more than happy with them.
 

baldrick

Well-known Member
It's a shame you can't double that budget as Bose make some spectacular desktop speakers for around £99......
 

figoagogo

Distinguished Member
baldrick said:
It's a shame you can't double that budget as Bose make some spectacular desktop speakers for around £99......

Like what? I would spend £99 if it was worth it...
 

daveande

Standard Member
I've always used Altec Lansing PC speakers, and never been disappointed. Pricerunner actually has a lower price than scan.co.uk by the time P&P is taken into account.

You might want to check out uk.shopping.com if you're interested in pursuing the Bose option.
 

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