Background and Information
Computer speakers refer to speakers that are designed to be used in conjunction with a personal computer. Computer speakers are used with both laptops and desktops. Usually, computer speakers are used with computers that lack built-in speakers or when the computer’s built-in speakers don’t meet the user’s audio standards. Computer speakers with varying sound quality come at differing price points. For instance, AmazonBasics USB Powered PC Computer Speakers with Dynamic Sound sell for $16.99. On the other hand, the Bose Companion 20 Multimedia Speaker System sells for $249.
Computer speakers come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Some are rectangular and tower-like in structure, while others are circular and not as tall. Computer speakers are designed to sit flat on a desk or table near the computer they are paired with. Computer speakers might utilize a corded connection to pair with the computer, or they might be wireless and use Bluetooth. Computer speakers are also sold in computer system units, which include multiple speakers that are designed to be placed in different locations around the workspace to generate a more robust audio experience. Computer speakers do come in a variety of colors, but they are commonly black or gray. Computer speakers are made by numerous companies, including Bose, Logitech, Cyber Acoustics, Altec Lansing, and many more.