"Finally: the PC speakers I've always wanted"4.5 starson by Huubster_NL
Pros: Buy if you want pure, near-audiophile sound whilst sitting behind your PC, and you find good sound worthy $499
Cons: Don't buy if you want good sound filling bigger extents of your room (they only work optimal within a meter or so.) Don't buy if you play mp3's with a bitrate lower than 256, and don't buy if bass means the world to you.
Summary: I love music and I want it to sound right. For me this is perfectly possible in a room starting at roughly 2000$ for a setup (I hope this doesn't make me a snob). However, a computer is never centrally located in a room and therefore a good listening experience has never been possible in the vicinity of my PC. I've been going through quite a lot of PC speaker sets and stuck with Bose for the past 4 years, them being an acceptable compromise for me. However, listened to B&W MM1 I knew it was time to move along. Obviously it is possible to have really good sounding PC speakers. Right now I am listening very happily to them as I type this. (Marillion's Marbles) Plenty of detail and individual instruments sound detached from each other instead of blurred in to one soup what is so often the case with PC speakers. Bass doesn't kick ass but is richer than I've ever heard from such small speakers and the whole range from low to high produces a balanced sound. Still, if I want to indulge in beautiful music I revert to the setup in my living room, hence not 5 but 4.5 stars.
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