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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 

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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.

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davedotco wrote:

Geo_scars wrote:

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.

 

 

Im considering you choice... are there any other choices ?

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Behringer Truth 2030A or the larger 2031A.

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Geo_scars wrote:

davedotco wrote:

Geo_scars wrote:

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.

 

 

Im considering you choice... are there any other choices ?

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?

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Behringer Truth 2030A or the larger 2031A.

Decent enough call for the money but the OP seems determined to have a sub too, that makes them too expensive.

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Then the solution seems to be PA speakers.

Try searching ebay for active PA speakers. Pick ones with 10" + drivers.

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Then the solution seems to be PA speakers.

Try searching ebay for active PA speakers. Pick ones with 10" + drivers.

 

What are they?

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I've always found B&W are particularly good on deep, tight bass.

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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.

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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.

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http://www.dv247.com/studio-equipment/behringer-b2031a-truth-active-studio-monitors-pair--22836

Sounds reasonable 

That's for one speaker. If you look around a bit, you could get a better price.

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I have no idea how to look around if I'm honest do it just Google It c:

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Hey mate, give these a try:

http://www.andertons.co.uk/active-monitors/pid19948/cid738/mackie-mr5-mk2-active-studio-monitor.asp

£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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