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KITGURU SHORTLISTS: THE BEST SPEAKERS OF 2021

Last updated on July 8th, 2021 at 08:33 am

While close to half the KitGuru audience listen to audio on a headset, the rest of you love speakers. There’s something about the chest-rattling drive from a solid bass set up that is hard to replace with a pair of headphones. Then there’s the statement of style. Check our shortlist of the best speakers we’ve seen to date.

Edifier S2000 MK III

Edifier’s S2000 MK III bookshelf speakers are an excellent option. These come in with a price tag of £430, they are Hi-Res certified, feature Bluetooth 5.0 along with an arrange of connection types, an IR remote control and even have an OLED LCD screen.

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Edifier S3000 Pro 2.0

Edifier has a new flagship speaker - the S3000 Pro 2.0. With 6.5in aluminium alloy diaphragm bass drivers alongside planar diaphragm tweeters, the S3000 Pro promises great sound and comes priced to match, with a £589 asking price...

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Edifier G2000 Gaming Speakers

For the size and price the G2000s outperformed our expectations. If you’re a laptop gamer, desktop gamer, tablet gamer or even looking for a pair of smaller speakers to link to your tablet for watching movies with better immersion we definitely recommend Edifier’s G2000s.

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Razer Nommo Pro 2.1 Speakers

We're impressed with Razer's latest desktop speaker offerings, especially the top end Nommo Pro. Razer's signature matte black aluminium construction on both the satellite units and the huge subwoofer looks great, while there's even Chroma lighting on the satellite units. On top of that, there's plenty of connectivity options including USB, analogue, optical and Bluetooth 4.2, alongside a single control pod that acts as a volume wheel.

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AirPulse A200 Speakers (Phil Jones Design)

The A200s are definitely a darker, more 'fun' sounding 2.0 speaker system - with plenty of emphasis on the bass and mid-range, while the treble rolls off quickly. This may not appeal to everyone, but we simply loved the mid-range presentation offered by these speakers. For those looking for a speaker system to simply enjoy music with (instead of listening analytically) the A200s come highly recommended.

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