Bowers & Wilkins MM-1
Bowers & Wilkins MM-1

Best computer speakers for music

Bowers & Wilkins has been producing quality products for audiophiles since the mid-1960s, and the Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 computer speakers are no exception. These elegant speakers produce clear, detailed, balanced sound that's a step above typical computer set ups -- and notably above most other top performers. The premium price doesn't prevent reviewers from warmly recommending these speakers.
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Harman Kardon SoundSticks III
Harman Kardon SoundSticks III

Best computer speakers

There's no denying that the Harman Kardon SoundSticks III's futuristic design attracts attention, but reviewers say the appeal of these speakers isn't just cosmetic. This 2.1 speaker set fills a room with clear sound across all audio ranges, even heavy base. Reviewers and users grouse a little about some missing features but still recommend the SoundSticks III for great sound at a great price.
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Logitech Z523
Logitech Z523

Best cheap computer speakers

The Logitech Z523 packs a lot into a budget-priced package, reviews say. An impressive subwoofer pounds out powerful, distortion-free bass at all but the very loudest volumes, and the two satellite speakers feature front- and rear-firing drivers for room-filling sound. Reviewers say the satellites sometimes seem a little too bright in the high ranges, but overall the Z523 sounds quite satisfying for its price.
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