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What are the best budget speaker and subwoofer combo that will last a long time?

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User Info: ThePHiLsTeR

ThePHiLsTeR
5 months ago#1
I'm not an audiophile. I play video games and listen to Itunes.

Thanks
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User Info: Paulo_Lopes

Paulo_Lopes
5 months ago#2
Define "budget".

I used a wired 2.1 system from Edifier for several years that you can get for less than 30 bucks nowadays. But you may also be interested in an Amazon Basics soundbar with built-in subwoofer that I see for around 100 from time to time.

Give me some better context so I (and other people) can help you better.
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User Info: Riot55555

Riot55555
5 months ago#3
A lot of people recommend JBL 305s. I just bought Vanatoo Transparent Zeroes and like them well enough, but they're not super bassy (subwoofer would help)
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User Info: KillerTruffle

KillerTruffle
5 months ago#4
What do you consider "budget?"

In the $150 neighborhood, the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 is still a solid option - I've had mine for more than a decade now, and they're still good. Not audiophile quality, but plenty loud, bass sounds more rich rather than hollow or thumpy, etc.
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juscallmeehx
5 months ago#5
KillerTruffle posted...
What do you consider "budget?"

In the $150 neighborhood, the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 is still a solid option - I've had mine for more than a decade now, and they're still good. Not audiophile quality, but plenty loud, bass sounds more rich rather than hollow or thumpy, etc.


I have these and they are amazing.

You can easily catch them on sale, especially Ebay for $100.
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User Info: ThePHiLsTeR

ThePHiLsTeR
5 months ago#6
Thanks, just bought the klipsh promedia 2.1 new open box on ebay for $108. Cheers
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