When deciding on speakers, it’s important to think about how they will fit with your current setup. So before you make a purchase, think about what size and style will work best for you.
Many gamers opt for a left-right dual speaker setup, as well as a woofer under their desk. If you’ve got the room, this type of setup will create a full-bodied surround sound that will fully submerge you in your game, allowing you to experience every sound as though you are almost there.
If you are limited for space, Bluetooth speakers are the way to go. Unlike wired speakers, you aren’t tied down by messy cables or stuck trying to find a suitable plug.
Instead, you can put wireless speakers anywhere you have space for them. Bluetooth 5.0 allows for dual audio, which means you can connect two speakers simultaneously – and play sound through both of them. This will create a surround sound experience that you can fit in any space.
Another option for gamers with limited space is to opt for smaller speakers, but it’s important to note that smaller speakers typically don’t perform as well as larger ones, simply due to them not being able to produce as much power. It means they often have difficulty with very loud sounds, or sounds that are particularly low in pitch.
That being said, smaller Bluetooth speakers still have the capacity to enhance your gaming experience.
For instance, GravaStar’s Venus speakers have 10W of power, which allows for a clear, undistorted sound. Smaller speakers are best when paired with a subwoofer, which amplifies the bass and lower frequencies.
These can easily be tucked away under your desk in smaller spaces, and can create a surround sound experience similar to that of the classic left-right speaker.