|Jan 29, 2013, 01:23 AM||#1|
Active Speakers for Mac Mini Setup (Dynaudio, KEF)
I am thinking of hooking a set of powered/active speakers to my Mac Mini. I was scouring the iNternet and I came with 2 interesting full range models: Dynaudio Focus 110A & KEF X300A. Anyone has any experience with either? What other peripherals are required to hook these babies up? I know a USB DAC is required as part of an active speaker system. But you can directly connect the KEF to your MacBook or Mac Mini.
Dynaudio Focus 110A
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Last edited by hleewell; Jan 29, 2013 at 02:00 AM.
|Feb 7, 2013, 09:39 AM||#3|
I've never heard those dynaudios, but if they're anything close to the BM6A in both sonics and build quality, you'll be a happy camper.
do you have a place you can listen to both? the only important thing is that the speakers sounds good to your ears.
2012 MPB 15, 16GB, 512SSD - Logic Audio
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