The Best Computer Speakers for a Party

Written by matthew smith
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A computer is well-suited for providing tunes for a party of any size. The ease of track selection and the wide variety of available settings are definite advantages over simple MP3 players. However, standard computer speakers are incapable of filling a room with sound. Those looking to rock their house will want to upgrade to a more complete computer sound system.

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Logitech Z-2300 2.1

If you're looking for a set of easy-to-use, high-quality PC speakers that can fill a room, try the Logitech Z-2300 2.1 speaker system. It's a basic system that includes two speakers and a subwoofer, a common combination among entry-level PC speakers, because there is no need to set up satellite speakers. Similar set-ups can be lacking in low-register quality, but the Logitech Z-2300 provides ample power. The sound output probably isn't enough for a full-on house party, but for smaller occasions it will work wonderfully, At about £97, it's an affordable option.

Audioengine A2 2.0

While most parties tend to be best with a set of PC speakers which can drive a great deal of bass, there are some occasions when such a set of PC speakers would be inappropriate. The Audioengine A2 PC speakers are ideal for those situations. The Audioengine A2 speakers come with no subwoofer, but they provide extremely clear mid- and high-range sound. This is particularly important when listening to music in which a thumping bass is not required. At £130, the Audioengine A2 speakers are more expensive, but if you want clear, vibrant sound, spend the extra cash.

Logitech Z-5500 5.1

If PC speakers that can rock the house are needed, and price is no object, the Logitech Z-5500 speaker system is a natural choice. The Z-5500 is a full 5.1 sound system with five satellite speakers, a 10-inch subwoofer, and an independent control centre for volume and other adjustments. The Logitech Z-5500 receives high marks all around but is sometimes criticised for being bass-heavy. If you need party speakers, however, this is simply a plus. The Logitech Z-5500's huge subwoofer can literally be felt through the floor. At around $400, the Logitech Z-5500 isn't cheap, but it is worth every penny.

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