Let's keep in mind that the Buyer has about $100/pr
to spend. We have to make recommendation whether literal or conceptual in that context.
If the Original Poster (OP) has the space, here are some Yamaha 8" Speakers that might fit the bill -
Yamaha NS-6490 8" 3-Way Bookshelf Speakers - $129/pr -
The rated bass response on the Yamaha is 45hz, with an 8" bass, 4" mid, and a tweeter.
In my opinion, the OP needs at least 5" bass drivers and, again in my opinion, preferably 6.5" bass drivers.
Since you have a Subwoofer, and presumably your computer has a separate Sub Out, speakers with 5" bass drivers would probably be fine. In fact, it might be easier to blend the Sub with 5" speakers.
If you didn't have a Sub, most certainly the Yamaha NS-6490 would be my first choice. But with a Sub, I would consider the Infinity Primus in either 5" or 6.5" -
Infinity Primus P153, 5" - $76 EACH -
Infinity Primus P163, 6.5" - $86 EACH -
There occasionally go on sale, so you might want to check prices on AMAZON
, to see if you can get a better deal on the Infinity Primus
At the current price point, it is hard to say on the Horn Mid/Tweeter JBL speakers, but again, you want at least a 5" bass driver, though since you have a AV Receiver and a Sub, that is less critical. I can't say how the horns would sound on the JBL. In general, I like horns, but at that very low price point, it is impossible to say what the results will be. Though JBL does make some nice Active Speaker at a reasonably low price point that have been getting some positive feedback, so the passive speakers you listed might be OK.
The Pioneer, are an Andrew Jones design, and apparently he was able to wring a lot of sound quality from some very low cost speakers. Though only 4" bass drivers, since you have an AVR and a Sub to go with them, they should also do a good job.
So, correct me if I'm wrong -
You have -
Yamaha RX-V377 AV Receiver
Energy 10" Sub
You are looking for -
Bookshelf speakers up to (I speculate) $150/pr.
Speakers will be used for Computer Audio.
Can you confirm this, and is there anything you would like to add.