Stereo speakers with a subwoofer are great value for money when you want to listen to music via your computer in better quality. Plus, they won't clutter up your desk.

Updated: January 31, 2012 1:34 PM
By Tristan François / Guillaume Letoupin
Audio has long been neglected by PC manufacturers, and it seems that its share of the budget is always pared back to an absolute minimum. 

But to judge by the number of audio files that are shared over the Internet every day, listening to music is one of our favourite things to do on our computers.  To take the leap and set yourself up with some 2.1 speakers that are actually worth listening to, all you'll need is a computer with a sound card which has a stereo mini-jack output.  That's the bare minimum you'll find on absolutely every laptop or desktop computer these days. 

Different Standards

Manufacturers are always keen to tell you just how powerful their speakers are, but be careful, because drowning in Watts doesn't necessarily make for a great listening experience.  They often use different methods to produce these numbers, so it can often be tricky to make a realistic comparison between the figures.

It's also worth pointing out that the quality has greatly improved over the last few years, so it's now possible to find good speakers that match any budget.
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