would sound even better. I did this by getting this
Mr. D. Kingsman, Amazon
14 September 2014
Summary: I'm building PC's all the time and had this idea that you can buy any set of speakers to accommodate the PC. The more I researched it they basically said that with a DAC or amplifier, would sound even better. I did this by getting this, which is a slightly older version of what you can get by Edifier and paired with a great sound card like my Asus Xonar Phoebus, the audio sounds great.
Summary: I bought these as a replacement for my aged and slightly broken altec lansing fx4021s, a speaker set I had paid about £90 a fair few years ago. After setting these up and testing them with a few of my fave songs, games and youtube vids, I couldn't be happier. The set looks classier than the photo gives credit for, the amp/head unit gives all the functions you really need and none of the excess rubbish that you dont (unlike some other speaker sets).
Summary: They can go very loud and the lemote is a great addition. I thought i'd need a plug converter but it came with normal 3 pronged plug socket thing. Bass is very good and the quiality of music played is at a very good standard!
Summary: I searched around for some new speakers around the right price and these came up favorite. The only negative I have is the write up says 53W and they have a 35W base and 2 x 9W speakers, so although powerful enough to make a room vibrate they won't do a party! However they are loud, they don't distort at max volume, the base is wicked obviously, super clear, really nice you can change the treble and base.
Summary: I didnt realise how antiquated my music centre was until i bought the EdifierC2. The rich tone that it gives out is incredible for such a low cost system. I hear instruments that i did not know were on the CD.
Summary: I bought this sound system to replace my very old worn out amp and speakers I use for the TV and BlueRay player that we use to listen to CD's as well as films. It has 2 inputs making it perfectly good for my use. I am only interested in stereo sound so a 2.1 system is perfectly good enough. The sound quality is amazing with very good bass in fact I have turned it down slightly but I need the treble (top end) turned right up.