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Logitech X-240 2.1 PC Speakers
By: Joe Eitel
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    2009-05-15

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  • Logitech X-240 2.1 PC Speakers
  • Design
  • Performance
  • Conclusion

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    Logitech X-240 2.1 PC Speakers


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    If you're tired of the speakers that came with your desktop PC, the Logitech X-240 2.1 PC speaker system is worth a look. With this system's specs, the price won't be the only thing that's music to your ears. Keep reading while we take a closer look.

    Introduction

    We've all experienced buying a new computer, getting it home, and realizing that the included speakers are pretty much worthless. Whether they're standalone speakers or built into the monitor, the factory PC speakers almost always need to be replaced with a decent aftermarket pair of speakers - that is if you plan on doing any kind of gaming or listening to music.

    I had the usual pair of sub-par (to say the least) speakers that came with my aging desktop PC for over a year now, and I finally decided to go ahead and purchase an aftermarket pair of PC speakers - mainly for playing music, as I'm not much of a gamer. While there are plenty of awesome choices out there for $100 or less, I decided to set my budget at $50 for a 2.1 system (2 speakers and 1 subwoofer) since I don't need a system that will rattle the windows or wake up the neighbors.

    For people looking for a quality 2.1 speaker system for around $100, I highly recommend checking out the Logitech Z-2300 THX-certified speakers. I did consider this system, but it was slightly out of my price range.

    After doing my usual exhausting research of finding the best product possible to buy, I decided to go with theLogitech X-2402.1 speaker system. I chose this setup because of a few different reasons:

    • It was rated high in almost every review that I read.

    • It had pretty good specs.

    • It came with an integrated MP3 player dock.

    • The price was right!


    So for just $36 (free shipping), I purchased the speaker system fromAmazon, and it only took about 5 business days to arrive - not bad for the free shipping option. I must say that I'm extremely happy with my purchase, and aside from a few very minor gripes, the Logitech X-240 PC speakers are an outstanding value. Hopefully this review will help you decide whether or not these PC speakers are the right fit for your needs.

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