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Thinking about getting some upgrades speakers for my pc

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I Mostly just game, alittle bit of music and movie once in a great while, is what I use my computer for. I really am just thinking maybe just get a soundbar with some wireless rear speakers and a nice 8 or 10 inch sub woofer. I see razer has there leviathan. But to me it just seems to cheap small and kinda gimmicky with its "5.1" surround even though it only has 4 total speakers in the bar unit. Iv seen this klipsch r10b unit and it looks pretty freakin nice and can find em used on ebay for 200 bucks. But just wonder is how will this truly be for gaming. Like BF4, Battlefront, GTA5 and such. I am kinda a audiophile, but i dont need the best of the best but it does need to be pretty good. Want my games to sound more realistic. I have a cheap 60 $ 2.1 setup now.
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Samsung 840 Pro Samsung 850 Evo Custom Koolance/EK Watercooler Windows 10 
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Acer Predator X34 G-Sync @ 100hz Corsair Vengeance K70 EVGA supernova 1300 g2 Rosewill Blackhawk Ultra 
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Please don't take this as rude but I assume you'd like advice on how best to spend your money - with that in mind lets go.

For 200USD you're really not going to get anything that's really going fall into even kinda audiophile. You may be able to get something that won't make your ears bleed but ultimately that budget simply won't fit that criteria.

Assuming however that your heading that direction in terms of quality for your dollar you would be much better off investing in a new pair of headphones.
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