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  • 4 star rating

    Creative Inspire A60

    4 star rating
    £14.99 Free Delivery
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    Bose Companion 2 Series III

    4.5 star rating
    £89.95 Free Delivery
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    Harman Kardon SoundSticks III

    4.5 star rating
    £109.97 Free Delivery
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    Logitech Z533

    4 star rating
    Wireless Speaker
    £39.97 Free Delivery
    Save up to 18%*
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    Logitech Z906

    4.5 star rating
    £245 Free Delivery
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    Bose Companion 20

    4.5 star rating
    £184.95 Free Delivery
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    Advent ASP20BK15

    5 star rating
    £14.99 Free Delivery
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    Creative T3250 Wireless

    4 star rating
    Wireless Speaker
    £44.99 Free Delivery
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    Logitech Z120

    4 star rating
    Portable Speaker
    £12 Free Delivery
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  • Trust Asto

    Portable Speaker
    £32.99 (+ £2.99 P&P)
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    Logitech Z623

    4.5 star rating
    £131 Free Delivery
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    Creative Inspire T6300

    4 star rating
    £52.99 Free Delivery
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    Logitech Z333

    3.5 star rating
    £49.99 Free Delivery
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    Creative Gigaworks T40 Series II

    4.5 star rating
    £79.99 Free Delivery
    Save up to £29*
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    Jam HX-P230BK

    4 star rating
    Wireless Speaker, Wireless Bluetooth Portable Speaker
    £26.99 Free Delivery
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    Creative Inspire T10

    4.5 star rating
    £44 Free Delivery
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    Creative GigaWorks T40 Series II

    4.5 star rating
    £109 Free Delivery
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    Logitech Z313

    4 star rating
    £38 (+ £3.00 P&P)
    Save up to £49*
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    Logitech Z130

    4 star rating
    £25.64 Free Delivery
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    Trust Remo

    4 star rating
    Portable Speaker
    £19 Free Delivery
  • Sony SRSX11L

    Stream tunes wirelessly for up to 12 hours, and feel more of the beat with built-in passiv... more
    £49.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Sony SRSZR7 Multiroom Bluetooth Speaker

    Delivering high-resolution audio, the SRSZR7 Multiroom Bluetooth Speaker is a truly impres... more
    £329 Free Delivery
  • Sony SRSX33 Portable Wireless Speaker - Red

    Fill any room with high quality sound, even with the volume cranked up. The SRS-X33 wirele... more
    £120 Free Delivery
  • Sony SRSX11 Bluetooth Speaker - Pink

    Stream tunes wirelessly for up to 12 hours and feel more of the beat with built-in passive... more
    £49.99 (+ £1.00 P&P)
  • Sony SRSX11B

    Stream tunes wirelessly for up to 12 hours, and feel more of the beat with built-in passiv... more
    £49.99 (+ £5.00 P&P)
  • Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Wireless Wi-Fi Bluetooth Speaker

    REDESIGNED The Zeppelin Wireless is an all encompassing speaker which makes your music sou... more
    £499.95 Free Delivery
  • Yamaha WXA50BLB

    Expand you home entertainment system with the stunning WXA50BLB amplifier from Yamaha. W... more
    £429 Free Delivery
  • Sony SRSX99

    Enjoy all of your favourite music in stunning clarity with the Sony SRSX99 Wireless Speake... more
    £469 Free Delivery
  • Sony SRS-X99 Multiroom Wireless Bluetooth NFC Wi-Fi Airplay 2.1 Channel Speaker with High Resolution Audio & Intuitive Handling

    The Sony SRS-X99 is a premium wireless speaker which plays every song in an exceptional cl... more
    £599.95 Free Delivery
  • Sonos Connect Wireless Music System

    The Sonos Connect lets you play your music all over your house on audio equipment you alre... more
    £339 Free Delivery

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Crowdstorm’s buyers guide to computer speakers

Welcome to Crowdstorm, and more specifically our page dedicated to speakers for PC. Below you’ll find all you need to know when looking to pick up some new computer speakers – while above you can compare all the best deals from your favourite high street and online retailers.

The audio quality of digital music and television is improving all the time and many us now rely on downloads and streaming for much of our viewing and listening. This has in turn led to huge growth in the quality of speakers for both computers and smartphones/MP3 players.

As well as quality, there is now a huge range of products to choose from. Basic PC speakers start from as little as £5, while a good PC surround sound system can set you back £500. So which option to choose?

Buying the best PC speakers

There are two main factors that can weigh heavily on your choice: style and surround sound. Style and quality have no correlation; we've seen some sweet looking speakers for as cheap as £10. 

But then if you're just using your computer for a bit of casual YouTube watching, or listening to the radio while you work, you’re probably not too worried about it sounding perfect – so there’s no reason not to go for some PC speakers that look great while also suiting your budget

But if you use your machine as your main music player or multimedia device, it can really be worth spending that little bit extra when you compare deals. If that’s the case, there are different considerations depending on whether you’re more of a music or movie fan.

  • Music: Those little speakers you often see connected to a PC simply aren't going to cut it for music lovers. But if you search '2.0' speakers here you'll find slim pickings in the stereo department; these PC speakers are very much considered small desktop mounted devices, so if you want a bit of bass you'll have to either connect your PC to an amp and 'proper' speakers – or get hooked up to a movie rig with surround sound, below. 
  • Movies: If you're looking for a strong multimedia set of PC speakers, you're going to be looking for surround sound – and here the PC speaker buyer tends to be better catered for: you should be looking specifically for 5.1 PC speakers for the full surround sound experience.

Just remember, a 5.1 surround sound PC speaker system need to be properly set up. This often means a lot of wires, with speakers needing to be mounted all around the room, so think carefully about the room your PC is in before committing.

Computer speaker specifics

Once you’ve decided on your price range and audio priorities, it’s time to get down to the nitty gritty of comparison. There’s a lot of choice out there, so here are some phrases and jargon to look out for:

  • Portable PC speakers: These units are small and compact, perfect for boosting the sound output on anything from a tablet to laptop when you’re on the move (anything from the garden to a holiday). They won’t be great quality, but can make a miserable wet camping trip more bearable!
  • USB speakers:These speakers plug into a USB port rather than going via your soundcard, meaning they bypass your computer’s main source for creating good quality audio. This, of course, means the audio quality is going to suffer – but they can be very useful for giving laptop sound a boost, for example – or as a cheap option. They don’t tend to be awesome quality.   
  • Wireless speakers:The best wireless speakers tend to plug directly into the mains and have large drivers, creating sounds quality you’d expect from top-of-the range speakers: but you can also get small units with rechargeable batteries for taking on trips: there’s a huge range. Most will connect to your computer via Bluetooth (so they will work with your smartphone or tablet too), while those made specifically for Apple products will often use AirPlay. Remember these wireless protocols only have a range of about 10m, so are best used in a single room.
  • 2.0 versus 2.1:If you love your bass, that .1 makes all the difference because it means your new speaker system will come with a dedicated bass bin. You can get really good sound, and even a good bass sound, from a standard 2.0 stereo speaker set – but you’ll need to pay good money for them.
  • Remote control:Many computer speakers don’t have a remote, so be careful to check on this if it’s an important consideration for you.

I’ve found the best computer speakers: What next?

Once you’ve settled on the perfect speakers for your PC the next bit is easy. At Crowdstorm we scour the internet for the nest deals from our retail partners and put them here for you to compare.

But better still, Crowdstorm isn’t a retailer. This means we don’t add any commission to your purchase (we make our money from advertising), while you’ll be buying your speakers direct from the retailer of your choice – one click will take you directly to the right page to buy on their official website. What could be simpler? 

So sit back, turn your tunes up loud, and wait for your new speakers to arrive!