Your PC setups are incomplete without the perfect set of speakers that deliver immersive and booming sound to pull you deep into the fantasy world of the game. While headsets do provide you with immersion, the inevitable physical fatigue from wearing headsets for too long is more than enough reason to invest in a good pair of desktop speakers for gaming, watching movies and enjoying music. The speakers you choose should be dependent on your budget, the space you have available on your desk, and the sound quality, of course.
The Infinity Hardock 210 uses 3.5-inch full-range drivers for the satellites and a massive 6.5-inch driver for the subwoofer. The satellites are rated for 12.5W RMS whereas the subwoofer clocks in at 25W RMS. Part of the reason why the Infinity Hardock 210 has a peculiar deep bass sound signature is because of the wooden cabinet in which the subwoofer is seated.
The Bose Companion 2 Series III speaker is the company's most affordable PC speaker which sports high-quality audio performance and stereo sound. Users also have the option to play music on an additional device along with these speakers by just connecting the Companion 2 Series III to another speaker using an auxiliary input.
Part of the Logitech G Series, the company’s LightSync G560 speaker is a premium PC speaker that looks absolutely gorgeous, sound great and feature virtual surround sound effects as well. In the 2.1 speaker set, you get two powerful stereo speakers and a large, imposing subwoofer. With some adjustments, the sound is superb for gaming, complete with blasting explosions and gunfire.
The F&D F210X uses 2.5-inch full drivers for the satellites and a 4-inch bass driver within the sub-woofer. The total power output of the system is 15W RMS and it has an impedance of 4 Ohms. The F&D F210X is one of the few 2.1 speaker systems with FM and it even has storage for up to 100 stations. For connectivity, the F&D F210X uses Bluetooth 4.0 and has a range of about 15 meters.