The Best Computer Speakers For College Students (2015)


Music is literally the fabric of the campus experience, whether you are confined to the library studying for that final or you are belting out lyrics at 4 in the morning. Whatever the case, you must never settle for mediocre audio. This article will provide some recommendations for the best computer speakers at under $100 since everyone knows that students are always budge conscious.

Disclaimer: If you follow the recommendations for the best speakers provided in this article, you will most likely have a visit from your Residential Advisor.

Without further ado, here are the five best computer speakers for college students under $100.

1. Creative Inspire T12


The creative Inspire T12 is a 2-speaker system from Creative and is great if you are looking for minimalist set up and quality sound. It features stylish and slim black speakers and looks great as an addition to any workstation setup. It features BassFlex technology to add to the experience by expanding the low frequency response without requiring a separate subwoofer. If you wish, you can enjoy sound privately on your headphones through the auxiliary jack.

2. Genius SW-G 2.1 1250


This 4-piece gaming speaker set from Genius is a great inclusion not only to gaming rigs but also to any workstations that are in need of great audio accompaniment. The unit comprises of 2 satellite speakers, a controller, and a subwoofer. The controller allows for simplistic controls over bass and volume. The unit comes with 2 RCA inputs for you to hook up a DVD player or game console if you so wish. The subwoofer delivers exceptional bass that enhances any sound source.

3. JBL Pebbles


This plug and play speaker set from JBL will catch you eye with its standout look. Each of the 2 speakers look as if the speaker covers the whole frame of the unit in contrast to the boxy design of most speaker sets. It features a hidden cable-wrap feature to give the speaker setup the cleanest look ever. The minimalist setup and sleek look make the JBL Pebbles the best addition to any laptop setup that needs a sound boost.

4. Bose Companion 2 Series III


Just as expected of any Bose product, you should expect better than expected sound quality from this minimal to standard looking design. This unit boasts of Bose’s signature engineering and thus uses unique signal processing to ensure full and clear sound constantly and consistently. It also uses Bose’s TrueSpace stereo digital processing to enhance the sound produced to fill a room. The system is able to produce better than expected bass tones due to the ported cabinet design. The unit also comes with a separate auxiliary jack to plug in your MP3 player or any other compatible design.

5. AmazonBasics USB Computer Speakers (A100)


This speaker set from AmazonBasics oozes of simplicity and portability. The USB speakers are powerful enough to fill the room with quality, clear sound, yet portable enough for laptop use on the go. All you need to do is simply plug in the USB cable and the audio jack into your selected device and you are good to go. The unit features a one-finger control to allow for easy access to volume control. With this unit, you are not constrained to use it with just your workstation. The speakers work with just about any device from smartphones to tablets. Convenience is perhaps the best reason why these speakers are some of the best speakers for college students.

In conclusion, this has been a discussion about the best speakers for college students. Even though there are numerous other speakers in the market, the 5 discussed in this article are the best for use by students because of price and performance.



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