The Paradox of Choice Strikes Again

My 16 year old computer speakers were recently retired – unfortunate casualties of excited dogs playing in my office – and now I find myself in need of a new set of speakers.

So, I pop over to Amazon and start sifting through computer speakers > wired > with subwoofer… I don’t need anything that will shake walls, but I do like realistic audio quality with my music while I work; and headphones aren’t always an option.

But there are so many choices that I can’t choose and now I’m just annoyed with the prospect of having to dig through everything.

Also, honestly, I don’t care what the speakers look like. I care what they sound like. Yet there’s no way to actually hear them before I buy them.

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