Its not that its more conveinent, I just don't care for sub bass all that much, even my home stereo system is a 2.0 setup and its just fine. I wouldn't mind buying a 2.1 system, but I want good sound for my money, $100 that is.jeffzoom said:May I ask why 2.0 seems so conveinent? What is keeping you from 2.1? 2.1 shouldn't be a problem from someone living in an apartment, in fact, I knew some one that ran a 600w stereo 18hrs a day full blast, only turning it off for the 6 she was at school. Or you don't listen to music much, I can't stand 2.0, the speakers you described are nice, I would blow them too quickly.
I like Klipsch home audio stuff, and they have always made good computer speakers. I was just wondering how there 2.0 system was, looks good though. I wonder if anyone has anything to say about the Bose.MattG said:I've got a set of these at work and they are quite nice for music.
EDIT: Duh..you mentioned these in your first post. So...yeah. I recommend the ProMedia 2.0's
I hate youRHMMMM said:JM Lab Electra 906's
M-Audio are fine, perhaps the poster meant KRK -- pronounced K-Rock? They are some well respected small studio monitors. I use ESI nEar05's (which are also powered studio monitors, optional powered sub) and they are awesome even without the sub. Not under the budget however.slick316 said:I heard about M-Audio speakers, I wonder if there is a place locally that I can audition them from, I guess I'll have to research that.
What are KLK?