Klipsch computer speakers were the first to be THX certified, which means they rival the acoustic output of home theater speaker systems. The company makes both wired PC speakers, which connect to your computer using an auxiliary port, and wireless computer speakers, which connect with your devices using 2.4GHz wireless technology – these systems have otherwise identical internal specifications and performance, although they look slightly different. These three-piece speaker systems include a subwoofer and two satellite speakers. They also are built with some innovative technologies, including Klipsch's MicroTractrix horns. These horn-loaded tweeters produce lifelike sounds and direct sound dispersion out of the speakers' ports.

Both the wired and wireless versions of this PC speaker systems have a peak power rating of 200 watts; a subwoofer is responsible for 130 watts, while each computer speaker puts out only 35 watts. Their satellite speakers have sealed enclosures made of sturdy ABS plastic, and they house 3-inch midbass drivers, as well as 0.75-inch tweeters. The subwoofers, on the other hand, have bass reflex enclosures made of MDF wood. They also have 6.5-inch side-firing, long-throw cone drivers made of fiber composite. There are separate controls for the volume and bass, so you can fine-tune the sound to your liking.

These desktop computer speakers have a wide frequency response range, spanning from 31Hz to 20kHz. The lower limit demonstrates the speakers’ premier bass response and justifies their THX certification. They have a mini-plug jack in addition to a headphone jack. The plugs include dual stereo analog inputs and a jack to accommodate portable audio devices like MP3 players.

The Klipsch computer speakers are plainly designed, and the only power button on the systems is located on the subwoofer, which you are likely to hide out of reach underneath your desk. Finding convenient places for your speakers should be easy, as they come with 9.5 feet of cable. The entire package weighs around 20 pounds and measures 4 x 8 x 6 inches.

These computer speakers are built for audiophiles. They may not look snazzy, but the components are well made, unless you dislike the sound of horn tweeters.