The best speakers you can buy for your setup — whether you’re looking for a simple stereo system or 5.1 surround sound.
Drop’s super sleek BMR1 Nearfield Monitors are pretty impressive for how small they are, but they feel a little unfinished. And not just because they come without speaker grilles.
The SteelSeries Arena 3 speakers do great when it comes to pure volume, but they’re pretty pricey for a 2.0 system.
The Pebble Pro is a compact but surprisingly powerful desktop PC speaker system that sounds great and doesn’t distort (too much) at higher volumes.
Sponsored HDMI eARC soundbars can bring advanced audio technologies and improved audio performance into your home theater set up for a more immersive entertainment experience.
The Nommo V2 Pro is a 2.1 speaker setup that works particularly well for a single-user PC battlestation (and that’s it, but isn’t that what you’re looking for)
Razer Leviathan V2 sounds great and looks spectacular, Unfortunately, it only has USB-A and Bluetooth connectivity options. Its features are also tied too closely to (sometimes) messy software.
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