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1 year ago#1
Please recommend audiophile quality speaker that can be easily use for PC and consoles.
I prefer the speaker to have audiophile quality sound and good look altogether.
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1 year ago#2
Budget is massively important. What some might consider "audiophile" tier is spending like $75, others $500.
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1 year ago#3
I have Altec Lansing MX6021 and not gonna consider downgrading $500 is good.
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PC Gaming Rigs, PS3, PS VITA, PSP, 3DS
i7 4790 | MSI GTX 780 Ti TF OC | 12 GB RAM | 3 TB HDD | Sony Bravia 40HX750 | Altec Lansing MX6021
1 year ago#4
Choosing a speaker is really hard, there is various review for any one speaker.
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PC Gaming Rigs, PS3, PS VITA, PSP, 3DS
i7 4790 | MSI GTX 780 Ti TF OC | 12 GB RAM | 3 TB HDD | Sony Bravia 40HX750 | Altec Lansing MX6021
1 year ago#5
This isn't the best place to ask, but you're going to want to get some passive bookshelf speakers with an amp to power them. The thread below is a decent starting place. The rest of that subreddit also has some good info.

http://www.reddit.com/r/Zeos/comments/24ls0i/20_21_setup_recommendations_may_2014/
1 year ago#6
This can range from $75 to 3000+ for a true audiophile experience
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1 year ago#7
^that site beyond my comprehension, I need an easy plug and play set of speaker, thanks.

I heard Audioengine 5+ is good, the minus is it don't have a headphone jack, lack of bass.
Edifier S730 might be good, the minus is, is it really audiophile class speaker or just another MX6021 with higher power 200 vs 330 watt?
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PC Gaming Rigs, PS3, PS VITA, PSP, 3DS
i7 4790 | MSI GTX 780 Ti TF OC | 12 GB RAM | 3 TB HDD | Sony Bravia 40HX750 | Altec Lansing MX6021
1 year ago#8
An amp with some decent speakers is the way to go. I'd avoid any 2.1 or 5.1 "PC" speaker system. Most of them are garbage.
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1 year ago#9
fatboy44 posted...
An amp with some decent speakers is the way to go. I'd avoid any 2.1 or 5.1 "PC" speaker system. Most of them are garbage.


Good quality sound =/ a very loud sound.
Good quality sound = the exact sound when the sound is created and intended to hear.

A combination of a loud sound with a quality sound is better of course.
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PC Gaming Rigs, PS3, PS VITA, PSP, 3DS
i7 4790 | MSI GTX 780 Ti TF OC | 12 GB RAM | 3 TB HDD | Sony Bravia 40HX750 | Altec Lansing MX6021
1 year ago#10
Xtreme-Void posted...
^that site beyond my comprehension, I need an easy plug and play set of speaker, thanks.


Really? He breaks down everything in plain English. Did you even bother reading the OP?
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