Advice Request Best speakers for my pc within my low budget.

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Hi all, I'm looking for some speakers to watch Netflix and listen to music, I'm not looking for a professional sound I'm just looking for them to be good enough to listen clearly. They have to be with usb connector. Well I attach the link to the store. I would be grateful to all who guide me in this search. Thank you very much in advance. Best regards.

 

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Thanks, I found it but for now it is out of my budget. Plus my pc doesn't have Bluetooth. Thank you very much.

 

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Logitech has a good reputation overall but not everything coming out of there is fabulous. You get what you pay for. Here is a possibility and it's 17.99 USD on the site. I had some marginally better speakers (25 USD) from Logitech some years ago--they were OK but the bass eventually blew out and became static-y after a a year and a half. I still have them packed away somewhere.


Here are some Amazon examples:


The reviews are overall OK to good--mostly 4 stars.

Is something like this available in your country?
 

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It is within my budget, will they be good speakers? Thank you very much.
 
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I don't know if they'll be good for your taste I had a pair of slightly better (slightly more expensive) from Logi and they lasted about 1.5 years before the bass sounds became very static-y. I can only suggest to try them and see for yourself though problems may come up after the return window of course.

Not too too familiar but Logitech is a huge company with an overall good reputation. You can look up their background wiki online, I believe. I have my mouse from there, and it's held up well for almost 2 years. Bottom line: if very cheap, don't expect them to hold up as long or as well as more expensive speakers. I would read the reviews also, the good and the bad ones.
 

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I found some SRS-XB12 second hand, but how about the latency issue when watching movies or series and music? I have Bluetooth version 5, but I don't know because of the latency that this connectivity system has.

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I have 10,000 Argentine pesos to spend on this. The store where I buy is the following Mercado Libre Argentina - Envíos Gratis en el día
I don't know if there will be something better, a better option. That's why I ask for suggestions to know which one to buy. Thank you very much in advance.
 
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Hi all, I'm looking for some speakers to watch Netflix and listen to music, I'm not looking for a professional sound I'm just looking for them to be good enough to listen clearly. They have to be with usb connector. Well I attach the link to the store. I would be grateful to all who guide me in this search. Thank you very much in advance. Best regards.



Based on your budget:

Audio I would go: HigherFi Audio Opulence


Display I would go: Christie M 4K25 RGB Laser Projector
 

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I have 10,000 Argentine pesos to spend on this. The store where I buy is the following Mercado Libre Argentina - Envíos Gratis en el día
Approx. $60 USD

I’ve heard good reviews for Creative and Edifier on a budget.

Depending on the surface, acoustic isolation foam pads can make a good difference, generally inexpensive.
 
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Approx. $60 USD

I’ve heard good reviews for Creative and Edifier on a budget.

Depending on the surface, acoustic isolation foam pads can make a good difference, generally inexpensive.
I am between an Edifier R201 and a Creative SBS380.
 
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I bought this mini speaker that I currently have connected to the PC through a 3.5 mm auxiliary cable which is included. At high volume it clutters a bit, but for the $5 I paid for it, I'm more than happy and recommend it to anyone who can get it at that price. Low cost, acceptable sound quality and other capabilities.
 

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I found some SRS-XB12 second hand, but how about the latency issue when watching movies or series and music?
I don't know why you didn't pick these up. They work very well and sound great.

My wife bought an Apple speaker that's also excellent, but pricier, about $100 I think.
 
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I don't know why you didn't pick these up. They work very well and sound great.

My wife bought an Apple speaker that's also excellent, but pricier, about $100 I think.
For what I paid it is one of my best purchases, in my country the prices are very rare and relative due to the bad time we are going through here.
Before getting a second-hand one, I suppose, without ever having tried them, that they would have, even a minimal delay, connected to my pc via Bluetooth, but this is only an assumption based on other recommendations in other forums. For an almost ridiculous price, I get something that I consider very good.
Anyway, I know that Sony and a few other brands are big words when it comes to audio, but there are other alternatives that should be considered as well.
 

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I’ve heard good reviews for Creative and Edifier on a budget.
The first time I heard about Edifier was over 10 years ago. They are generally good but lately haven’t been very productive in releasing new products and their whole line is getting outdated. They are more focused now on earbuds and headphones.
 

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