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~150 Pound 2.0 Speakers

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by Cyrillic, Oct 27, 2004.

  1. Cyrillic

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    Basically I'd only be using these speakers for listening to music. I listen to trance (electronic music) off of my computer. My setup would be:

    Foobar > Chaintech AV-710 > Glass toslink > Panasonic XR25 > Speakers???

    Please note that none of these components are set in stone, except for the Chaintech which I've already bought. The reason I want to get the Panasonic is because it's a digital reciever so it makes sense to use with a computer, I guess. Plus I just hear good things about digital recievers in general. So anyways, I just need a decent pair of speakers. Sound is most important. If you know where to buy them at a good price, I'd love to know! Thanks in advance.

    Oh, and if you think that some part of this setup needs to be changed, please say so.
     
  2. Cyrillic

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    Oh, I forgot to mention that I'm from the US, so you might want to keep that in mind for recommendations. In USD, the speakers would cost about $250-$300, and I'm not opposed to buying used.
     
  3. Nobber22

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    This a UK Forum, so the majority of members won't be familiar with US speakers unfortunately. Best to visit a US forum or better yet, a good dealer in your area and demo some speakers for yourself.

    As a guide I'd look for speakers with a warm sound, rather than some with a pronounced top-end. Avoid metal tweeters. Those digital amps already produce a bright sound, so a set of bright speakers may well make the music tiresome.
     

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