Are these the best 2.1 channel speakers under $100? I'm mainly looking to play music
Expecting a condescending answer here, but how do the Logitech Z623 speakers stand against something like an entry level 2.1 channel soundbar? I've lurked for a little bit and people seem to be strongly against soundbars here, but from what I've seen, that's only when compared to passive speaker systems
Not him but I have a yamaha receiver and two Klipsch Speakers I use for my pc. I'm going to move into the basement and I want to get something for my tv. Maybe a soundbar& sub just for movie watching.
What I really want is a pair of floorstanding stereo speakers. I had a pair when I was younger and loved them. Now they are hard to come by and I don't want the tower speakers, but they're a last resort.
>so what's wrong with the z623 system?
The only complaint that I have is the left speaker dies after a few years.
I'm on my second set and both times the left speaker died after about 3 years.
are these any good? They're by Samsung.
>Nothing replaces a good subwoofer.
Key word there ya dingus. A "good" subwoofer will not, I repeat, will NOT cost you under $500. Unless you have that kind of money to spend, any decent 3 way system will blow your sub-$500 Niggertech "PHAT BASS DAYUM" subwoofer
I know /g/ is all about those bookshelf speakers and receivers/amplifiers, but does anyone know if these are any good?
I already have a pair of Micca MB42 on my PC, I'm just looking for something to improve the sound on my TV for movies and videogames.
I'm this guy >>52256379
And I also found myself on the same boat as you, after all the research I found out those Klipsch are the way to go, a lot of people will recommend you to get some Monitors and a Receiver, well if you got the money go for it, but if you are on a budget, go for those Klipsch, watch some reviews on youtube.
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