Ya so I could use some help on which computer speakers to get. I do not have a sound card if it matters and i am looking into 2.1 speakers. Right now I am interested in the logitech z2300. I mostly game listen to music and watch movies on my computer. So would the z2300 be good for what i use the computer for? I noticed that they are kind of pricey compared to other 2.1 speakers is there much difference between them and other speakers?
The Z2300 isn't bad. The Klipsch Promedia 2.1 sounds a bit better, and I would recommend it instead, but the sub isn't quite as powerful (it goes plenty loud for me though - it certainly isn't weak). If you want the most bass possible, the Logitech is a good choice, but otherwise I'd go with the Klipsch.
I looked at the razer mako and seen reviews it gets as low as 3/5. I think people only buy it is razer branded.... The price is ridiculous also if you ask me im using this for computer and it is 2.1 id be better off getting the logitech 5500. I might as well just save up and get a home threatre system instead of that.
I will just stick with the logitech z2300. Also is there much difference between having a sound card and not having one with this system?
the quality of razer excels and some have sed it even beats the kplisch pro media, and the AE aego m
and if u do see reviews that give poor rating to razer mako, then i can tell u that they are logitech lovers; logitechs know for producing muddy audio, u could clean it slightly with very good sound card, but that isnt very practical...
but if ure taste of music, is towards the bassy side, then logitech is the answer, however if its faithful and transparent audio, the kplisch acoustic energy and razer mako is the answer
ps. razer only desinged the enclosure of the speaker, but the electronics, the amplifier and the audio drivers are all DESIGNED BY THX, not just certified but DESIGNED
The mako is overpriced because it is Razer. In every comparison I've seen, it is said to be not worth the money. I would still tend to lean towards the Klipsch over the Logitech, but either would probably do fine for what you need.