Hopefully you guys/galls can help me out, but.. be nice please. I understand I will be receiving a significant trade off in choosing small speakers, and please.. I'm not interested in bookshelf speakers because I know someone will bring it up These speakers will be for my computer, but I'm not sure what to look out for. I want small, and I mean really small speakers (please forgive me). I do watch a lot of online videos on my computer (I cancelled cable tv), but not movies (thats for the living room). I'm also a Elder Scrolls fan, and oddly enough this is the ONLY game I play; I've been living cheaply and working two jobs, so now that I'm back on my feet and getting ready to quit my second job I want to get back to playing a game I haven't touched yet... Skyrim. I don't want to spend much for these speakers, $100, but I think I'm going to have to push $200 which is fine. I currently have a Topping TP30 class-T amplfier (ratted 2 x 10watts @ 8ohms); it has a built in DAC and connects to my (future) computer via USB. I do want to try a different DAC/Amplifier configuration latter on, but for now I will stick with the TP30. I will point out that I also use headphones, and these have a front headphone amplifier (separate circuit). Some speakers I have looked at: Polk Audio RM8 ($130/pair) Mirage MX miniature ($200/pair) Cambridge Audio Minx Min-10 ($160) I just want some feedback, and I'm wondering how will such low wattage affect smaller speakers? I noticed the Mirages have 87dB sensitivity.