Good 2.0 speaker set for Mac Pro

Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by aramosc, May 26, 2011.

  1. aramosc macrumors regular

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    Hi I am on the look for a nice 2.0 speaker set for my mac pro. I don't want to spend the big bucks but I don't want crappy speakers.. I have some Polk Audio speakers with my home theater and I like them. I was thinking something in the $150-$300 range. Thanks!
     
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    I just saw the AudioEngine A2 anyone has those?
     
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    Swan M200 MKII's are some of the best 2.0 speakers you can get at that price range. Avoid their cheaper stuff like the M10's.
     
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    how are the D1010 mkII 08? Have you tried them? they are on sale for $130
     
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    Never tried the D1010's or 1080's, but have certainly tried the M200's and they rock. Again, stay away from their cheaper speakers which tend to have problems.
     
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    Thanks for your advice! I'll look for deals on the M200's
     
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    I just went with the D1010 MKII 08 for $130 they are good size and I like the styling more than the M200 most people agreed that they sound real good and since im in a small room it should be plenty.. now to I need isolation? is there a cheaper good looking alternative?
     

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