If you’re not a headphones person, you’re either dealing with terrible laptop speakers or maybe the terrible ones built into your monitor or all-in-one PC. If that’s you, then you’re most likely in need of some great external speakers. You also don’t want to spend a fortune on a Harmon Kardon 5.1 surround system, so we rounded up some of the best computer speakers for under $100.
Small and punchy
Edifier Exclaim e10
The Edifier Exclaim e10 speaker system won’t take up a lot of room on your desk, but it’ll deliver a lot of sound. Each speaker has two 1.5-inch tweeters in the upper part, plus a 3-inch woofer in the bottom part for balanced sound. Perfect for those cluttered or compact desks.
If you already have a considerable amount of audio equipment laying around, you may be looking for speakers with many connectivity options. The Mackie CR3 speakers have auxiliary in and headphone out ports on the front, plus TRS and RCA in on the back. There’s even a switch to select which side the powered speaker is on.
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