What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Edifier S350DB Bookshelf Speaker and Subwoofer 2.1 Speaker System Bluetooth v4.1 aptX Wireless Sound for Computer Rooms, Living Rooms and Dens?

A total of 40 reviews of this product on Reddit.

2 points


22nd Dec 2019

I don’t think you’re going to find what you’re looking for on this sub. Its primarily directed towards high quality sound, so you’ll mostly get recommendations like what /u/polypeptide147 suggested.

It seems to me like you’re more worried about space and ease of use than real quality sound, in which case you’re best off just searching Amazon for something with good reviews that seems to fit the ticket. Maybe try to find something at the upper end of your budget if you’re hoping for a better quality sound, but it probably wont make too much difference at that size.

If you’re able to stretch your budget a bit and want something that will truly be much better than your old system this might work for you: Edifier 350DB Its bigger for sure, but it has wireless capability so it wouldn’t need to sit on your desk.

2 points


27th Jul 2020

That’s not a good price range for a good 2.1 setup. We’re not going to recommend anything from Logitech, unfortunately. They don’t even fit in the bottom of the audiophile barrel.

The Edifier S350DB is occasionally recommended here.

1 point


25th Nov 2021

Yeah, someone else suggested these guys? Which – I think – are powered speakers with a sub, for under $400 so now we’re investigating this option and doing some research.

1 point


25th Jun 2021

I hate to recommend a 2.1 (stereo plus a small bass satellite under the desk) system since they usually have worse sound quality than a comparably priced 2.0 (larger stereo speakers) but with your budget there are some decent choices.

The following is $50 over your budget but far better than anything even close to this price. Your Sennheiser are giving you good quality audio and there is really no other 2.1 system near your budget that will give your comparable sound quality.


1 point


6th May 2021

Edifier S350DB Bookshelf Speaker and Subwoofer 2.1 Speaker System Bluetooth v4.1 aptX Wireless Sound for Computer Rooms, Living Rooms and Dens https://www.amazon.com/dp/B077Y6PHKQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_P6102W2RVV21HN10FPME?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

1 point


21st Aug 2019

Edifier S350DB $300

Why 1850+ 8″ Dayton over the S350db?

I think the S1000 is going to have an advantage with the mids, but I chose the S350db in the same situation.

3 points


20th Jan 2021

The choices are virtually limitless.

  1. You could go with a kit like this Edifier S350DB Bookshelf Speaker and Subwoofer kit plus any cheap phono preamp for your turntable/record player. $300

  2. A pair of Edifier R1700BTs plus a powered sub like this Klipsch R-100SWagain plus a phono preamp. $350

  3. Or some Klipsch R-51PM that take up all your budget right now but included a phono in and then save for the matching subwoofer(which is the one in option #2) for later down the road. $400 + $200

Those are just some options to get an idea, like I said there’s limitless options for both speakers and subs, i only showed you powered options because I think they’d get you the most for the money. But there’s always the option of used, vintage, building your own speakers etc..

Good luck.

2 points


13th Sep 2020

The simplest setup for what you ask is: active amplifiers with Bluetooth and subwoofer output (and a subwoofer, of course). Something like this.

1 point


29th Dec 2021

I think the problem is going to be the INPUTS into the speaker system. There are limited to three connectors that go to the PC – Orange = Center/Sub, Black = Rear Left/Right, Green = Front Left/Right – there are no options for additional inputs.

I would suspect that the best option is to simply buy separate speakers for the PS4.

The Logtitech X-530 is not a very good speakers system, though on a computer perhaps adequate. I think you would be far better off with something like this –

Edifier S350DB 2.1 Speaker System Bluetooth v4.1 aptX Wireless Sound – $350/set* –


And yes I’m aware that this is a huge pile of money. But this system (from memory) has TWO Analog inputs, Optical and Coaxial Inputs, Bluetooth 4.1 APT-X, plus a Remote Control. But again, probably too much money for the current situation.

Are the Computer and the PS4 located in the same location? That is, are they both on your computer desktop or are they in different locations in the room?

And how far do you want to take this?

What amp/speakers do you have in your main room with your TV, or are you just using the TV Speakers?

If you can dedicate the money, the Edifier S350DB would be fantastic in your main TV system for watching movies as well as paying games. Myself I would rather have a good Stereo system than a so-so 5.1 surround system, but that’s just me.

I do have a solutions that would be functional but marginal. You can get a DAC that has an Amp built in, and use that to drive the two Logitech speakers you are not using. That seems very inadequate for Gaming, but I can’t now the extent of what will satisfy you.

DACs (digital to analog converters) can be as low as $10, but I assume you will want something that allows you to control the volume, so that is going to be a bit more.

I’m not really seeing much for solutions that don’t approach $100.

Here is an example that will convert Optical to RCA analog, but the output volume is fixed, so you will need additional equipment to give you the ability to control the volume … unless… the PS4 has some type of volume control.

PROZOR 192KHz Digital to Analog Audio Converter DAC – $16


Though there are many of these compact Class-D amps on Amazon, this is more than adequate to drive your spare Logitech speakers or any small speakers.

Kinter MA170+ 2-Channel Auto Home Cycle Arcade DIY 2 x 18 W Mini Amplifier Bass Treble – $18


So that is – $16 + $18 = $34 – to drive your existing speakers. But, again I can predict what will satisfy you, that is very marginal for gaming.

Again, maybe because I’m more of a big speaker guy, I’m inclined to say, scrap the entire system and start over, and remember what I said about a good Stereo system being better than a so-so Surround System. Though that is your call to make. Easy for me to spend your money.

Give what you currently have, I’m not seeing a good solution.

1 point


15th Oct 2021
Edifier S350DB Bookshelf Speaker and Subwoofer 2.…$349.98$349.984.6/5.0


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14th Oct 2021
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9th Oct 2021

If you check for reviews on-line, you will find that SVS of all sizes are very well reviewed. They are a quality speaker and worth considering.


Can you tell us what specific models you are considering?

Can you tell us what Subwoofer you have now? (Got it – 12″ Klipsch Sub, which should do a pretty good job)

Many smaller Subwoofers really do not go any deeper than a good pair of bookshelf speakers. What you perceive as greater bass is just the Sub pushing more air than what I assume are small 4″ or 5″ Bookshelf speakers.

Also, are you going to continue with what I assume is a 2.1 system, or were you going to move to a 5.1 Surround System?

The bookshelf you have, have their own amps built in. Most of SVS’s speakers are Passive and require an external amp.

Here is an SVS Powered 2.1 system with a considerable Subwoofer, but notice … it is NOT cheap –

Prime Wireless 2.1 Powered Speaker System – $1150/set


Here are just the SVS Wireless Powered Speakers without the Sub –

Prime Wireless Powered Speaker System – $599/pr


Now if you want to consider other Edifier Speakers, then consider this 2.1 system –

Edifier 350db 2.1 – $350/set


The above 350db models is an older model, below is the latest version with an upgraded Tweeter –

Edifier 360DB – Improved Tweeter – $450/set


Edifier also makes upgraded Bookshelf speakers, that are considerably expensive, and very well reviewed –

Edifier S2000Pro – $500/pr


With the 12″ Klipsch Sub, the Edifier S2000Pro would be a worthy upgrade.

Edifier S3000Pro – $800/pr


These are great speakers but – YIKES – $800/pr.

Depending on your budget and whether you would prefer Speakers with Built-In Amps, or whether you would prefer Passive Speakers with an External Amp is up to you to decide, but it would be helpful to let us know so we can direct you at speakers suiting your preference.

*Also, just to establish perspective, could you give us a general sense of the Cost of your gaming system? Console or Computer? *

Also, and lastly, it would be helpful if you gave us your Working Budget, and that would also help us focus on more appropriate Speakers.

For a modest Computer/Console, I suspect the Edifier 360DB with integrated Sub would do a good job. Given that you have a substantial Sub, likely pairing with the Edifier S2000Pro would work well. However, not knowing your budget it is hard to speculate beyond that.

Given that you have a Klipsch Sub, there are some Klispch Powered Speakers –


Just a few thoughts.

1 point


29th Sep 2021

What about the Edifier S350DB’s then? They’re pretty much right around your budget and they come with a subwoofer. Zeos reviewed them and liked them.

1 point


10th Mar 2021

https://www.amazon.com/Edifier-Bookshelf-Subwoofer-Bluetooth-Wireless/dp/B077Y6PHKQ/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=s360db&qid=1615403138&sr=8-2 these have much better bass and really everything else too, if you can return the razers i’d really recommend it, i just want to help because ik people get caught in the hype for “gaming” speakers and headphones but they just look cool and don’t pack what they promise any actual audio product would destroy these, i’m not here to just berate people btw, but at least look into what i’ve said.

1 point


15th Feb 2021

These are a bit over budget, but they should do an excellent job on a Desktop –

Edifier S350DB 2.1 Active Speaker System with Analog/Optical/Coaxial Inputs – $299/set –


There are several reviews and demos of these speakers on YouTube.

I doubt you will find better than that for the money.

If you really want to bust the budget, there are better models, the Edifier S360DB with the same features but with better Tweeters.

Edifier S360DB 2.1 Active Speaker with Analog/Optical/Coaxial Inputs – $449/set –


Both sets of speaker also have Bluetooth 4.1 so you can stream to the device from a Tablet or from a Smart Phone.


If you want to get away from 2.1 and go for 2.0 then –

Edifier R2000DB Active Speaker – $249/pr –





Again, analog and digital inputs plus Bluetooth. And all the Edifier Speakers listed have a Remote Control.

Just a thought.

1 point


4th Jan 2021


For $30 more, you get the sub included as well as larger mid-range drivers, titanium tweeters and more power (with a wood-grain finish).

1 point


3rd Jan 2021

You might want to drop by r/budgetaudiophile as well.

Most of the PC speakers in this market are Edifiers: https://smile.amazon.com/Edifier-Bookshelf-Subwoofer-Bluetooth-Wireless/dp/B077Y6PHKQ/

You could also look into the JBL 305P: https://smile.amazon.com/JBL-Professional-Next-Generation-Powered-305PMKII/dp/B077N2GQXC/

They would require unconventional cables, however. And that’s the price for one.

Not sure how the prices would convert to Euros, but they should be close to your budget range.

1 point


22nd Oct 2020

Do you want my honest opinion? Ditch everything and start over.


1 point


12th Sep 2020

Sometimes hard to find speakers that small. But there are options out there.

The Edifer S350DB have a subwoofer and are less than 9″ tall for $299

If you wanted to spend less, the Edifer R1700BT are $150 and 9.75″ tall

Kanto YU4 for $330 fit your size requirements

My pick though would be the Vanatoo Transparent Zero for $350. They fit your size requirements and are very well reviewed

1 point


22nd Jun 2020

Hi there, thanks for your reply. I am not closed to an amp and passive speakers – it’s more about being able to fit them in my budget with the ability to connect PC + Turntable to them. I’d happily go for an amp and passives if there is something suitable. I was looking at a SMSL AD 18 as a starter amp, but then I am a bit lost when it comes to Passive speakers.

Looks like my option to get the R2000DB at £150 is gone and seems Amazon are messing about, so I’m now looking at a budget of about £240. I’ve been looking at the Audioengine A2+, Vanatoo don’t seem to be available in the UK.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/Audioengine-A2-Amplifier-Bluetooth-Connection/dp/B07MYV2527/I’m currently contemplating between the two of these, or the SMSL AD18 + some passive speakers.



1 point


5th Feb 2019

For similar price, you might consider Edifier S350DB. They supposedly sound really good and have a subwoofer.


1 point


12th Jan 2019


This would be a big step above a soundbar and can be used multiple ways.

0 points


27th Feb 2019

A powered 2.1 setup for $300 would be Edifier S350db.

Edifier – S350db

Or just do 2.0 Fluance AI60 which supposedly gets to 35hz and you won’t need a sub.

Fluance AI60

The obvious problem with powered is you mentioned adding to later, which you could not do with these.

0 points


28th Jan 2019

Honestly Get the Edifier S350DB Bookshelf Speaker, Its an All-In-One Solution. Its $100 more over your budget.