Any budget speaker for PC, gaming and movie lang mostly ang gamit. Budget is 1k and below. Gamit ko kasi for 2 years na yung Creative A60 kaso bumigay na right speaker at wala kasi mic jack.
I'm thinking of Edifier M1250 kaso wala daw bass. Sayang kasi mura siya ngayong 12.12
Wharfedale Diamond 10.2 - Warm sound. Big woofer. Great lows. Malaki.
Kenwood LS-K701 - Good all around sounds. Pwede na.
PSB Imagine XB - Awesome mids. Malinaw lahat. This takes the cake among the three. Panalo.
Etc in the background:
Sakura 'tube' amp
It seems yung ACT repair center nag-rerepair sila though depende siguro sa brand. I've just texted them and they said na dahil dun sa Banawe shop nila. Gonna have my Swans Hivi M10 unit checked (free check and estimate daw sila).
Three years is a pretty short lifespan for PC speakers, all the ones I've owned or own are older than 5-7 years. I even have one that lasted something like 10 or 15 years.
About RGB lighting, not really a fan of it. I have a little in my PC case but it's subdued and on low brightness. I know a lot of people, and consequently many manufacturers, have embraced the fad. Hence the proliferation of RGB RAM, RGB fans, RGB speakers and whatnot. Putting them together sometimes leads to what I call "RGB vomit" but then people have different values. I guess some are fans of a lot of RGB lighting but personally I like it subtle with not too many colors.
Prolly they haven't been unplugged from the mains since bought. Mains filter capacitor tends to dry up first in a powered system. These electrolytic capacitors are usually rated 35k hours and may die sooner in hot environments
Well the thing about RGB is you can turn it on or turn it off depending on your mood. If you watch my video., the best thing about synchronized RGB is I can turn it On and Off with a push of a button or Voice Command using Alexa.
Like the Lights in you House, I bet you don't turn On all of your lights all the time. That is the same with RGB, You don't use it to have different colors, but to set A color theme with your setup. My rule is better to have but don't need, than needing something but you don't have.