I dont want to waste my money but then again I want something worth it :/ have you got something on a more trusted site or english site
but 349 is quite pricey for that anything cheaper? :/
If you want a semi serious 2.1 system that really does what you want, it is dirt cheap for the performance you get.
You have 3 options. In my order of preference......
Pay the money and buy the system.
Buy the active speakers only, Studiospares/Seiwin 6a will have enough bass for the time being, buy the sub later.
Buy a cheaper 2.1 system, something like like the Corsair 2500 and live with the limitations.
Your money, your choice.
Edited to add that the company is a huge German pro-audio dealer and totally reliable. The same system is available in England but will cost more £400 against €349 euros.
We do so many shows in a row,
And these towns all look the same,
We just pass the time in our hotel room
And wander 'round backstage,
Till the lights come up, and we hear that crowd,
And we remember why we came.
Im considering you choice... are there any other choices ?
Behringer Truth 2030A or the larger 2031A.
Mac mini > AVI ADM9Ts
You would have to see what is on offer, nothing really comes close a 'regular' prices.
Browse Music Store and Thomann in Germany and Studiospares and DV247 in the uk.
The €349 package really is as cheap as it gets. How are you going to dribe them?
Decent enough call for the money but the OP seems determined to have a sub too, that makes them too expensive.
Then the solution seems to be PA speakers.
Try searching ebay for active PA speakers. Pick ones with 10" + drivers.
What are they?
I've always found B&W are particularly good on deep, tight bass.
Unison Research CDE, Leema Tucana 2, Kudos C2 and some cables.
Music To Your Ears - Headphones, Amps and Speakers
They are speakers as used at gigs in pubs, that sort of thing. Industrial, large and loud.
Just type in PA speakers into an ebay search or Google it.
You could try Monkey Banana Turbo. They do several different sizes and a sub. New to the UK but I heard them at BPM a few weeks ago and liked them so much I listed them.
That's for one speaker. If you look around a bit, you could get a better price.
I have no idea how to look around if I'm honest do it just Google It c:
Hey mate, give these a try:http://www.andertons.co.uk/active-monitors/pid19948/cid738/mackie-mr5-mk...£140 each, with fantastic bass response. My friend uses these. He listens to bass-heavy music, and they hold up extremely well. They are active, so you won't need a separate amplifier to power them.Will
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