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I'm looking for some high quality PC speakers. I have a really good headset that I use when I play games but I'd like to have a good set of speakers to play music on. The room is about 30ft x 10ft. Any suggestions? I'm not looking to spend an arm and a leg. Maybe in the range of up to $250.00
I'm looking for some high quality PC speakers. I have a really good headset that I use when I play games but I'd like to have a good set of speakers to play music on. The room is about 30ft x 10ft. Any suggestions? I'm not looking to spend an arm and a leg. Maybe in the range of up to $250.00

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#1
Posted 01/29/2012 12:01 AM   
I have these and I like them a lot for my gaming PC.

http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-980-000402-Speaker-System-Z623/dp/B003VAHYTG/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1327818161&sr=1-3
I have these and I like them a lot for my gaming PC.



http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-980-000402-Speaker-System-Z623/dp/B003VAHYTG/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1327818161&sr=1-3

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#2
Posted 01/29/2012 06:25 AM   
Ya I do not want them for gaming. I have a headset for gaming. I'm looking for some to be able to play music in the room I specified above. Will they play fine in that room for music?
Ya I do not want them for gaming. I have a headset for gaming. I'm looking for some to be able to play music in the room I specified above. Will they play fine in that room for music?

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#3
Posted 01/29/2012 05:16 PM   
I would think a room that size would be hard to fill with just pc type speaker's unless you don't care about the quality of the sound.

What i do is just use a toslink cable out to a surround sound receiver and use three way tower speaker's.But that pretty well blow's your budget to heck.
I would think a room that size would be hard to fill with just pc type speaker's unless you don't care about the quality of the sound.



What i do is just use a toslink cable out to a surround sound receiver and use three way tower speaker's.But that pretty well blow's your budget to heck.

#4
Posted 01/29/2012 06:38 PM   
if you want a set of speaker to play music while you game why dont you just buy a stereo/music system
if you want a set of speaker to play music while you game why dont you just buy a stereo/music system

#5
Posted 02/02/2012 10:30 PM   
Yes they are great for music, large, solid sub-woofer and full-range drivers. Read the reviews.

THX-certified 2.1 speaker system brings your music, movies and games to life in immersive studio-quality audio
200 watts (RMS) gives you the power to listen as loud as you want to
RCA and 3.5mm inputs make it easy to plug in up to three audio devices?your computer, iPod, game console, DVD player and more
Two satellite speakers and a powerful subwoofer deliver sound big enough to fill even large entertainment rooms
On-speaker controls lets you easily dial the volume and bass up or down


Customer review from the Amazon Vineâ„¢ Program (What's this?)
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I love listening to music and watching movies on my computer, but I have always relied on relatively cheap speakers (or even my built-in laptop speakers) to provide my sound. I decided to order these speakers and take my music and videos to "the next level" and see if these speakers could deliver the loud, clear, and rich sound I expect from more expensive stereo systems and speakers.

Below are my positive and negative evaluations of the Logitech Z623 speaker system.

Positive:

- The subwoofer is huge, and provides a nice, rich, bass sound. I am amazed at the loudness and clarity of the bass.

- The speakers may seem little, but they produce a big and rich sound, with very little vibration or feedback.

- The overall sound quality and clarity is impressive. When I listened to my favorite songs, I heard sounds and instruments I had never heard before. Watching videos with these speakers has opened up an entirely new (and great) listening experience!

- To test the unit's power, I turned the volume on full blast (with the computer volume turned on full as well) and the sound was pretty much flawless. I didn't hear any rattling or feedback. These speakers are pretty loud, and definitely loud enough for what I need.
Yes they are great for music, large, solid sub-woofer and full-range drivers. Read the reviews.



THX-certified 2.1 speaker system brings your music, movies and games to life in immersive studio-quality audio

200 watts (RMS) gives you the power to listen as loud as you want to

RCA and 3.5mm inputs make it easy to plug in up to three audio devices?your computer, iPod, game console, DVD player and more

Two satellite speakers and a powerful subwoofer deliver sound big enough to fill even large entertainment rooms

On-speaker controls lets you easily dial the volume and bass up or down





Customer review from the Amazon Vineâ„¢ Program (What's this?)

============================================================



I love listening to music and watching movies on my computer, but I have always relied on relatively cheap speakers (or even my built-in laptop speakers) to provide my sound. I decided to order these speakers and take my music and videos to "the next level" and see if these speakers could deliver the loud, clear, and rich sound I expect from more expensive stereo systems and speakers.



Below are my positive and negative evaluations of the Logitech Z623 speaker system.



Positive:



- The subwoofer is huge, and provides a nice, rich, bass sound. I am amazed at the loudness and clarity of the bass.



- The speakers may seem little, but they produce a big and rich sound, with very little vibration or feedback.



- The overall sound quality and clarity is impressive. When I listened to my favorite songs, I heard sounds and instruments I had never heard before. Watching videos with these speakers has opened up an entirely new (and great) listening experience!



- To test the unit's power, I turned the volume on full blast (with the computer volume turned on full as well) and the sound was pretty much flawless. I didn't hear any rattling or feedback. These speakers are pretty loud, and definitely loud enough for what I need.

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#6
Posted 02/03/2012 07:30 AM   
[url="http://www.klipsch.com/promedia-2-1-computer-speakers"]http://www.klipsch.c...mputer-speakers[/url]

These are about as good as it gets for desk-top PC speakers until you spend some serious cash. I've got my complaints about Klipsch, but if you're not an audiophile -odds are you won't even notice the overly warm tone that audiophiles complain about. Hell --you'll probably like the warmth if you're not psychotic about concert realism like I am. (Almost everybody does, but ask anyone on these forums --I'm slightly crazy when it comes to sound)
http://www.klipsch.c...mputer-speakers



These are about as good as it gets for desk-top PC speakers until you spend some serious cash. I've got my complaints about Klipsch, but if you're not an audiophile -odds are you won't even notice the overly warm tone that audiophiles complain about. Hell --you'll probably like the warmth if you're not psychotic about concert realism like I am. (Almost everybody does, but ask anyone on these forums --I'm slightly crazy when it comes to sound)

Done.

#7
Posted 02/03/2012 07:18 PM   
[quote name='Impatient' date='29 January 2012 - 12:38 PM' timestamp='1327862338' post='1362290']
I would think a room that size would be hard to fill with just pc type speaker's unless you don't care about the quality of the sound.
[/quote]

The Klipsch kit I posted will do that easily.

[quote name='Impatient' date='29 January 2012 - 12:38 PM' timestamp='1327862338' post='1362290']
What i do is just use a toslink cable out to a surround sound receiver and use three way tower speaker's.But that pretty well blow's your budget to heck.
[/quote]

It's easy to do 2.1 with bookshelves or inexpensive floorstanders for $200 and $300 will buy a killer kit for most people. Surround sound really throws off music if you're into sound --no matter how much you spend on a receiver. Multi-channel stereo is a good option for some people, but even that will throw off a recording at times.

Here's an example of a decent 2.1 DIY setup for not too much investment:

[url="http://www.amazon.com/Sherwood-RX-4105-Stereo-Receiver-Black/dp/B0002EPWC0/ref=pd_vtp_e_4"]http://www.amazon.co.../ref=pd_vtp_e_4[/url]

[url="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882117405"]http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882117405[/url] OR [url="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882269036"]http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882269036[/url]

[url="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882117402"]http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882117402[/url]


TBH with a PC as a source he may just need an amplifier since any internal sound card will give pretty decent analog audio that most people will like. A solid state stereo amp is only about $50 and would give him plenty of money to spend on a powered sub woofer with an internal amp and crossover which would driver high power speakers. Some subs like the Polk PSW line have an internal RCA connection which can take analog audio with an amp --making a receiver or internal amp unnecessary with an internal sound card on a PC w/ a 1/8" to RCA adapter.

Here is a viable setup with a Polk PSW. The RCA input on this plus decent speakers would be everything that's necessary due to the internal amp.

[url="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290035"]http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882290035[/url]

[url="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290203"]http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882290203[/url] OR [url="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16882290205"]http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882290205[/url]

[quote name='Thoob_SLI' date='28 January 2012 - 06:01 PM' timestamp='1327795275' post='1362034']
I'm looking for some high quality PC speakers. I have a really good headset that I use when I play games but I'd like to have a good set of speakers to play music on. The room is about 30ft x 10ft. Any suggestions? I'm not looking to spend an arm and a leg. Maybe in the range of up to $250.00
[/quote]


As is probably obvious there are a lot of different ways to do this. I can help you more, but I need to know your source, your setup, a pic of the room and if you have a sound card.

You're going to want a sound card for PC audio. End. Of. Story. Anyone who argues otherwise doesn't know their stuff on this one --digital isn't all just digital and the more you spend on speakers the crappier onboard audio sounds. Even a cheap sound card from Asus or Creative will give you an incredible improvement over even the greatest onboard for analog, in digital an X-Fi MB will do, but only in certain circumstances.
[quote name='Impatient' date='29 January 2012 - 12:38 PM' timestamp='1327862338' post='1362290']

I would think a room that size would be hard to fill with just pc type speaker's unless you don't care about the quality of the sound.





The Klipsch kit I posted will do that easily.



[quote name='Impatient' date='29 January 2012 - 12:38 PM' timestamp='1327862338' post='1362290']

What i do is just use a toslink cable out to a surround sound receiver and use three way tower speaker's.But that pretty well blow's your budget to heck.





It's easy to do 2.1 with bookshelves or inexpensive floorstanders for $200 and $300 will buy a killer kit for most people. Surround sound really throws off music if you're into sound --no matter how much you spend on a receiver. Multi-channel stereo is a good option for some people, but even that will throw off a recording at times.



Here's an example of a decent 2.1 DIY setup for not too much investment:



http://www.amazon.co.../ref=pd_vtp_e_4



http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882117405 OR http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882269036



http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882117402





TBH with a PC as a source he may just need an amplifier since any internal sound card will give pretty decent analog audio that most people will like. A solid state stereo amp is only about $50 and would give him plenty of money to spend on a powered sub woofer with an internal amp and crossover which would driver high power speakers. Some subs like the Polk PSW line have an internal RCA connection which can take analog audio with an amp --making a receiver or internal amp unnecessary with an internal sound card on a PC w/ a 1/8" to RCA adapter.



Here is a viable setup with a Polk PSW. The RCA input on this plus decent speakers would be everything that's necessary due to the internal amp.



http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882290035



http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882290203 OR http://www.newegg.co...N82E16882290205



[quote name='Thoob_SLI' date='28 January 2012 - 06:01 PM' timestamp='1327795275' post='1362034']

I'm looking for some high quality PC speakers. I have a really good headset that I use when I play games but I'd like to have a good set of speakers to play music on. The room is about 30ft x 10ft. Any suggestions? I'm not looking to spend an arm and a leg. Maybe in the range of up to $250.00







As is probably obvious there are a lot of different ways to do this. I can help you more, but I need to know your source, your setup, a pic of the room and if you have a sound card.



You're going to want a sound card for PC audio. End. Of. Story. Anyone who argues otherwise doesn't know their stuff on this one --digital isn't all just digital and the more you spend on speakers the crappier onboard audio sounds. Even a cheap sound card from Asus or Creative will give you an incredible improvement over even the greatest onboard for analog, in digital an X-Fi MB will do, but only in certain circumstances.

Done.

#8
Posted 02/03/2012 07:31 PM   
[quote name='Mark A' date='02 February 2012 - 05:30 PM' timestamp='1328221841' post='1364343']
if you want a set of speaker to play music while you game why dont you just buy a stereo/music system
[/quote]
lol, I don't want it for that. I don't listen to both at the same time. I use my headset for gaming but want speakers to play if I am playing music.(not at the same time I game)
Anyway, I went with the ones Bobby suggested. i had read the reviews and they are indeed a good set. Besides, I got them 45.00 off the original price so that helped. Thanks fellas for the input. And Dill I do indeed have onboard audio, so I think I might end up getting a sound card to get the better sound. Any suggestions on good quality sound cards?
[quote name='Mark A' date='02 February 2012 - 05:30 PM' timestamp='1328221841' post='1364343']

if you want a set of speaker to play music while you game why dont you just buy a stereo/music system



lol, I don't want it for that. I don't listen to both at the same time. I use my headset for gaming but want speakers to play if I am playing music.(not at the same time I game)

Anyway, I went with the ones Bobby suggested. i had read the reviews and they are indeed a good set. Besides, I got them 45.00 off the original price so that helped. Thanks fellas for the input. And Dill I do indeed have onboard audio, so I think I might end up getting a sound card to get the better sound. Any suggestions on good quality sound cards?

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ASRock P67 EXTREME4 GEN3

2 x EVGA GeForce GTX 670 4GB Superclocked SLI

Crucial M4 256GB
OCZ Vertex 3 120GB

Corsair Enthusiast Series TX850M 850W

Corsair CMZ8GX3M2A1600C9 Vengeance 16GB

#9
Posted 02/05/2012 10:11 PM   
[quote name='Thoob_SLI' date='05 February 2012 - 04:11 PM' timestamp='1328479886' post='1365611']
lol, I don't want it for that. I don't listen to both at the same time. I use my headset for gaming but want speakers to play if I am playing music.(not at the same time I game)
Anyway, I went with the ones Bobby suggested. i had read the reviews and they are indeed a good set. Besides, I got them 45.00 off the original price so that helped. Thanks fellas for the input. And Dill I do indeed have onboard audio, so I think I might end up getting a sound card to get the better sound. Any suggestions on good quality sound cards?
[/quote]

What kind of MOBO do you have? My recommendation will be different depending on which chipset you've got.

Edit: I'm an idiot. I should have looked into your sig.
[quote name='Thoob_SLI' date='05 February 2012 - 04:11 PM' timestamp='1328479886' post='1365611']

lol, I don't want it for that. I don't listen to both at the same time. I use my headset for gaming but want speakers to play if I am playing music.(not at the same time I game)

Anyway, I went with the ones Bobby suggested. i had read the reviews and they are indeed a good set. Besides, I got them 45.00 off the original price so that helped. Thanks fellas for the input. And Dill I do indeed have onboard audio, so I think I might end up getting a sound card to get the better sound. Any suggestions on good quality sound cards?





What kind of MOBO do you have? My recommendation will be different depending on which chipset you've got.



Edit: I'm an idiot. I should have looked into your sig.

Done.

#10
Posted 02/05/2012 10:43 PM   
[quote name='D1llw33d' date='05 February 2012 - 05:43 PM' timestamp='1328481782' post='1365634']
What kind of MOBO do you have? My recommendation will be different depending on which chipset you've got.
[/quote]
In my sig. You helped me build this remember? lol
[quote name='D1llw33d' date='05 February 2012 - 05:43 PM' timestamp='1328481782' post='1365634']

What kind of MOBO do you have? My recommendation will be different depending on which chipset you've got.



In my sig. You helped me build this remember? lol

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#11
Posted 02/05/2012 10:54 PM   
[quote name='Thoob_SLI' date='05 February 2012 - 04:54 PM' timestamp='1328482495' post='1365640']
In my sig. You helped me build this remember? lol
[/quote]

Yeah --I'm a big file of steaming forgetfulness these days. I'd lose my head if it weren't attached I'm working so damn much AND in school --both more than full time. Just got married too, talking about kids................brain...............about................to.........explode!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[quote name='Thoob_SLI' date='05 February 2012 - 04:54 PM' timestamp='1328482495' post='1365640']

In my sig. You helped me build this remember? lol





Yeah --I'm a big file of steaming forgetfulness these days. I'd lose my head if it weren't attached I'm working so damn much AND in school --both more than full time. Just got married too, talking about kids................brain...............about................to.........explode!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Done.

#12
Posted 02/05/2012 11:27 PM   
[quote name='D1llw33d' date='05 February 2012 - 06:27 PM' timestamp='1328484468' post='1365655']
Yeah --I'm a big file of steaming forgetfulness these days. I'd lose my head if it weren't attached I'm working so damn much AND in school --both more than full time. Just got married too, talking about kids................brain...............about................to.........explode!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
[/quote]
I hear ya. So what do you think I should get. I don't know anything about sound cards as I have always used onboard.
[quote name='D1llw33d' date='05 February 2012 - 06:27 PM' timestamp='1328484468' post='1365655']

Yeah --I'm a big file of steaming forgetfulness these days. I'd lose my head if it weren't attached I'm working so damn much AND in school --both more than full time. Just got married too, talking about kids................brain...............about................to.........explode!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



I hear ya. So what do you think I should get. I don't know anything about sound cards as I have always used onboard.

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#13
Posted 02/06/2012 01:45 AM   
[quote name='Thoob_SLI' date='05 February 2012 - 07:45 PM' timestamp='1328492711' post='1365699']
I hear ya. So what do you think I should get. I don't know anything about sound cards as I have always used onboard.
[/quote]

TBH your speakers aren't beefy enough to [i]need[/i] anything more than a standard X-Fi Titanium refurb.
[url="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829102043"]http://www.newegg.co...N82E16829102043[/url] (I buy refurbed X-Fis all the time so ignore the whiners.)

[url="http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&l=en&s=dhs&cs=19&sku=A2958651&dgc=ST&cid=72662&lid=1838862&acd=spla_pl_dhsea:028085,,901pdb6671"]http://accessories.u...pl_dhsea:028085,,901pdb6671[/url] (new)

I prefer the shielded "Fatality" version since mine sits between a pair of 590s

If you go this route get one of these ASAP since they've been discontinued: [url="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829102019"]http://www.newegg.co...N82E16829102019[/url] I got a refurb at Frys for like $60.

You won't be able to use an X-Fi HD PCIe since you're running a P67 chipset. I've got a ton of experience with sound cards, and even when you get the drivers for an X-Fi HD PCIe installed, you'll never get everything working properly and it will sound like ass.

The Recon 3D PSIe is a damn fine gaming card --but it's for [i]gaming.[/i] It's not for audiophiles in any way shape or form. It's geared for headset play, and it's AMAZING at headset gaming. It's okay at music and you probably don't even have a frame of reference as to why it's getting bashed --but it's just not as well rounded as the older X-Fi Titanium which was excellent at both. If you mostly game on your PC --get one of these if your budget can swing it. You'll prefer it immensely for headset gaming, and if you've never bought a sound card it's light years better than onboard. [url="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829102041"]http://www.newegg.co...N82E16829102041[/url] >> Shielded "fatality" version>> [url="http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16829102042"]http://www.newegg.co...N82E16829102042[/url]

I don't care for Xonar cards if you're not going to be primarily listening with a headset (You obviously have speakers) and since you're not using 7.1 you have no need for an Auzen.
[quote name='Thoob_SLI' date='05 February 2012 - 07:45 PM' timestamp='1328492711' post='1365699']

I hear ya. So what do you think I should get. I don't know anything about sound cards as I have always used onboard.





TBH your speakers aren't beefy enough to need anything more than a standard X-Fi Titanium refurb.

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16829102043 (I buy refurbed X-Fis all the time so ignore the whiners.)



http://accessories.u...pl_dhsea:028085,,901pdb6671 (new)



I prefer the shielded "Fatality" version since mine sits between a pair of 590s



If you go this route get one of these ASAP since they've been discontinued: http://www.newegg.co...N82E16829102019 I got a refurb at Frys for like $60.



You won't be able to use an X-Fi HD PCIe since you're running a P67 chipset. I've got a ton of experience with sound cards, and even when you get the drivers for an X-Fi HD PCIe installed, you'll never get everything working properly and it will sound like ass.



The Recon 3D PSIe is a damn fine gaming card --but it's for gaming. It's not for audiophiles in any way shape or form. It's geared for headset play, and it's AMAZING at headset gaming. It's okay at music and you probably don't even have a frame of reference as to why it's getting bashed --but it's just not as well rounded as the older X-Fi Titanium which was excellent at both. If you mostly game on your PC --get one of these if your budget can swing it. You'll prefer it immensely for headset gaming, and if you've never bought a sound card it's light years better than onboard. http://www.newegg.co...N82E16829102041 >> Shielded "fatality" version>> http://www.newegg.co...N82E16829102042



I don't care for Xonar cards if you're not going to be primarily listening with a headset (You obviously have speakers) and since you're not using 7.1 you have no need for an Auzen.

Done.

#14
Posted 02/06/2012 03:12 AM   
Crap, I can't buy anything from NewEgg cause those ****s won't ship to Canada. Personally 100 bucks for a sound card is a little too much for me. What really do I need? I mean whats wrong with a 20 or 30 dollar sound card? Is that like an onboard?
Crap, I can't buy anything from NewEgg cause those ****s won't ship to Canada. Personally 100 bucks for a sound card is a little too much for me. What really do I need? I mean whats wrong with a 20 or 30 dollar sound card? Is that like an onboard?

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#15
Posted 02/06/2012 03:26 AM   
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