We all know computers don't sound great. Which is a shame, because we store more and more of our music digitally. Fortunately, help is at hand in the form of desktop speakers - here we've rounded up the best desktop designs money can buy, from under £200 to well over £1000.
For a desktop solution, the NS3 speakers certainly play their part well. They’re capable enough to work as your everyday speakers, and will look suitably stylish while doing it.
If you’re looking for an entry-level way to get your workplace audio sounding better, these speakers are worth considering.
Gorgeous looks, streamlined design and features, sound quality that’s been improved in every way – the Ruark MR1 Mk2s shoot straight to the top of our favourites list.
The step up in performance from the original model is impressive, making the Ruark MR1 Mk2s even more appealing than before. Quite simply, these are superb speakers of their type.
It’s difficult to think of an amplifier/passive speakers combo that could better these Acoustic Energy active speakers at the price.
These 2018 What Hi-Fi? Award winners do everything with a flourish. You'd need to invest in a more expensive pair of components to offer a marked improvement on these Acoustic Energy active speakers - and you owe it to yourself to track down a pair to discover that for yourself.
The Excite family wear rosewood and walnut veneers or satin white or satin black finishes, and the X14as are almost dead ringers for their passive X14 relatives. Which means they look the business.
Sonically the Dynaudio X14a active speakers could do with more outright attack and energy, but there’s no doubting they do a lot of things very well. If you’re looking for clean, precise and transparent active speakers, give these a whirl.