Best computer speakers 2018: the best audio systems for your PC

<pre><pre>Best computer speakers 2018: the best audio systems for your PC

You've probably heard many people tell you that the best headphones are the only way to get great sound from your PC. Not everyone is comfortable wearing headphones all day long. For these people, the best computer speakers are a great purchase. Still, finding the best computer speakers, like any PC hardware, is not as easy as you might think.

Fortunately, we have made this list with the best computer speakers you can buy today.

You have to consider a few things before you go out to get the best computer speakers. How do they sound? Is the surround or stereo separation into snuff? Does your head start to hurt a bit after just a few minutes listening to him? Do they have a balanced sound? These are all questions that you should keep in mind when looking for the best computer speakers.

You also have to think about what you plan to do with the best computer speakers. Are you going to play the best PC games, such as World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth, where learning all the knowledge is the name of the game? Are you trying to catch some Marvel movies before Infinity War Part II falls? Or maybe you just want to relax while watching the new Blood Orange album. Whatever you try to do with your speakers, you have to go out and buy the best computer speakers you can buy today.

However, you are not alone here. The TechRadar editorial team here has created this list of the best computer speakers that we tested or reviewed in the past year. So, sit down, put some music on and enjoy it.

Audio engine A2 +

Great things come in small packages

Weight: 1.6 kg left, 1.4 kg right Size: 6 x x 4 x 5.25 inches drivers: 2.75-inch Kevlar woofers, dome-inch silk dome tweeters Supported connectivity: Wireless with the Audioengine W3 adapter Audio inputs: USB, RCA, 3.5 mm stereo miniplug outputs: RCA

Built-in digital-to-audio converter

Uncompressed audio via USB

No included subwoofer

Even if Audioengine's A2 + came out four years ago, they are still one of the best sets of speakers on the market. These aesthetically pleasing speakers are compatible with digital audio from your PC's USB port for uncompressed audio and unrivaled audio playback thanks to the built-in DAC. This winning combination means that these speakers have the highest sound quality in their class with stunning clarity and droning bass.

When you realize that these small 6-inch speakers do not come with a sub, you start to learn that they really have a lot of value for money. Be warned, however, you may need to invest in a subwoofer for a very low bass response or a heavy bass sound at higher volumes. Fortunately, they come with an RCA output, so connecting one is a breeze. And for just a few dollars you can buy a few standards for even better audio.

Logitech Z623

More ounce for your bounce

Weight: 0.95 kg left, 1 kg right; 7kg subwoofer | Size: 7.7in x 4.6in x 5.0in speakers; 11.2 inch x 12 inch x 10.5 inch subwoofer | drivers: 2.5-inch front-firing, sealed drivers, 7-inch bass-reflex subwoofer | Supported connectivity: no | Audio inputs: 3.5 mm jack, RCA | outputs: headphone connection