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forpetessake38 05-05-2009 04:17 PM

New Speakers
 
hey guys, ive been using my roommates Klipsch promedia 2.1 speakers with my MBP. they were pretty good but he eventually needed them back. so now im without speakers. does anyone have any good or bad experience with certain speakers? Ive looked into getting the same klipsch set, the soundsticks, and the bose companion 3. Im looking for a good rich tone without spending too much, around $250.

also i would want either a 2.1 set or a set of monitors with a little bigger woofer to get that rich bass sound.

Greyspot Design 05-06-2009 03:56 PM

buy a stereo receiver and a decent set of bookshelf speakers and youll be golden

clayneal 05-06-2009 04:07 PM

Cant go wrong with Klipsch ! I have been using the same set of 4.1 with just the fronts for almost 11 years !

andrewwatts 05-06-2009 06:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by clayneal (Post 842582)
Cant go wrong with Klipsch ! I have been using the same set of 4.1 with just the fronts for almost 11 years !

Hey, there

I also have Klipsch. That is good and durable. If you have more budget, just buy the same like your friend's. Speaker always with you for long, so choose the right one is important than price. You will be happy to enjoy your music...

keithd18 05-06-2009 10:32 PM

harman kardon soundstick II's
 
I bought a set of Harman Kardon Soundstick II's and couldnt be happier. The sattalites produce clear crisp sound, whilst the sub has plenty of bass for a 2.1 setup (sub performs alot better when placed on the floor). Very happy with the overall sound not to mention their good looks.

forpetessake38 05-08-2009 09:50 PM

having four small woofers doesnt make the sound tinny? Instead of having just the one larger woofer like most speakers?


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