#1
I'll be in my second year of college next year and will finally be able to have some computer speakers. As such, I was wondering if you guys could recommend that best "bang for buck" system for under $100.

Only requirements:
  • Stereo or 2.1
  • High Quality sound (size not a factor. Big as you want it)
  • Under $100



So far I've been looking at Dayton Audio B652s with a t-amp ($73 with shipping) and this Eagle Tech 2.1 system.

Can anyone recommend others for consideration?

Thanks in advance.
#3
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I'm not an adbot; I just wanted to let you guys know things I was looking at. That way, if anyone had either of those and could give a nice words towards their speakers I would know if they were a quality product or not. I'm assuming they both are, I'm just not aware of many other good quality computer speakers.
#4
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I'm not an adbot; I just wanted to let you guys know things I was looking at. That way, if anyone had either of those and could give a nice words towards their speakers I would know if they were a quality product or not. I'm assuming they both are, I'm just not aware of many other good quality computer speakers.



Damn, these adbots are getting good!
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#5
I use my Stereo with a Red/white / 1/8m Y adaptor cable. Works well enough for me
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#6
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Damn, these adbots are getting good!



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#7
Just buy headphones. You'll get better quality sound, and all the other people at your college won't want to murder you for playing music. I recommend Sennheiser.
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#8
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Just buy headphones. You'll get better quality sound, and all the other people at your college won't want to murder you for playing music. I recommend Sennheiser.



I already have a pair of Sennheiser HD280s. I do not plan on blasting my music. As well, at my college, it's perfectly acceptable to listen to music over computer speakers; we just don't get to listen to media our first year.

I'll be getting speakers regardless eventually, so I just wanted to start shopping around now.
#9
Quote by revbill
... we just don't get to listen to media our first year.
Wait wut. Freshmen aren't allowed to play music through speakers?

Helpfulness edit: Looks like the speakers you adbotted are good choices. I'd stay away from the Cyber Acoustics and Logitech 2.1s, QC is pretty bad for those.
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Last edited by FishStik at Apr 5, 2012,
#10
I used to just plug the line out of my computer into any external connection of a decent stereo.
Might not be the best, but it worked well enough for me.
#11
Quote by FishStik
Wait wut. Freshmen aren't allowed to play music through speakers?

Helpfulness edit: Looks like the speakers you adbotted are good choices. I'd stay away from the Cyber Acoustics and Logitech 2.1s, QC is pretty bad for those.



I'm at a military academy; first year students are subject to many restrictions, one of them being the inability to listen to music or watch videos.

And I had no plans on going to them. Thank you for your suggestion.