Need some new computer speakers? Want a set that comes with historically great sound, THX certification, and even a subwoofer for some extra bass? Look no further. The Klipsch ProMedia 2.1-channel speaker system is on sale today for one of the lowest prices we've ever seen. It is down to $79.99 at Amazon thanks to a price drop on the product page and an extra $25.92 automatically discounted during checkout. The previous best deal was a drop to around $85. The speakers have been selling for around $120 since the beginning of the year and were going for as much as $150 before that.

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Klipsch ProMedia 2.1-channel THX Certified computer speaker system

Comes with two 3-inch satellite speakers with midrange drivers that blend with the THX Certified 6.5-inch ported subwoofer. Has 260 watts of peak power that can produce up to 110dB. Super easy to setup, too. Just plug and play.

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Klipsch is already a huge name in audio equipment, so you know you're getting a quality system with room-filling sound. The two-way three-inch satellites have midrange drivers, and they are designed to blend with the 6.5-inch side-firing, ported subwoofer. The subwoofer is THX Certified, which means it follows a strict standard that ensures what you're getting is the highest quality audio. The sounds you hear are what the audio engineer want you to hear.

These speakers use microtractrix horn technology, which is a highly-efficient design with amazing clarity that gives you the most from every watt of power. The horn tech prevents the sound from dispersing improperly, sending every note directly to your ears. The maximum output for this system is 260 watts, and it's capable of producing up to 110 decibels to fill an entire room.

You won't have any issues setting this up, either. It's essentially plug and play and comes with a 3.5mm input. There's also a control pod you can use for the main volume and subwoofer gain. It's compatible with just about any platform, including your computer, your gaming console, or your TV. All you have to decide is where you want to use it.

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