I had the logitechs.
I blew them out and logitech replaced them once, but then I blew them out again and that time logitech said that based on the serial number they were too far out of warranty for them to replace them. I was in a dorm where a lot of people had whatever the high-end computer speakers available (so I've heard those Klipsch and also the similarly priced Bose set a lot). IMO the logitechs sounded the best, and had by far the biggest bass.
When I broke those logitechs for the second time, though, I decided I wanted something more. If I bought normal loudspeakers then I would have to buy an amp to plug them into, which would take up space and be inconvenient in a dorm room, and also I was worried that normal speakers would pick up a lot of interference from my computer being adjacent to them.
So I ended up shopping for studio monitors which are the sorts of speakers that people who are mixing music on their computers use. So they have to be somewhat EM insulated so that they work near computers, and they have to be precise because people are making music on them, and they happen to have integrated amps so I wouldn't need a separate amp.
Good ones start at about $300 a pair and they are 10x better than the Logitechs, Klipschs, Boses, or anything else that Best Buy sells as computer speaker sets. I don't regret mine at all. At the time I thought my Logitechs were amazing because they were better than my roomates Bose. Now I know how ignorant I was.
Last edited by tuna : 08-31-2010 at 11:03 AM.