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Pioneer Andrew Jones SP-FS52 Flr-Stand Loudspeaker

Pioneer Andrew Jones SP-FS52 Flr-Stand Loudspeaker

“     The MSRP on this floor standing speaker is only $129.00ea. Each cabinet encloses a 1" soft dome tweeter and 3 5.25" drivers. Two of the 5.25" driver are dedicated to lower frequencies while the other 5.25" driver is a mid-range.  I like older hi-fi equipment and my receiver/amp is a later 90's era Yamaha RX-V795a Audio/Video 5.1 DD/DTS capable unit rated at 85wx5ch...” --DaSaUT

100% Positive Reviews
Microlab B 73

Microlab B 73

“For 41€ on amazon I bought a bargain. It sounds really really well even for 100€. If you know Trevi or Magnat speakers you know his OEM Microlab. This speakers are the same as remarked Trevi AV540 and use the same tweeter and mid-sub that Magnat Monitor Supreme 100.” --Remior

100% Positive Reviews
M-Audio BX5 D2

M-Audio BX5 D2

“My website:www.krish-tech.com     This is my second review of M Audio BX5 D2 and is the proper review of the studio monitors,in my last review of the BX5 D2 i was using a Asus xonar U7 soundcard which had a very low soundquality compared to Schiit Modi DAC that i use right now.Comparing the soundquality between the Schiit Modi and Xonar U7 with the speaker is night and day,if i...” --krishtrinity1

100% Positive Reviews
Roland Quad Capture

Roland Quad Capture

“ The Roland Quad Capture 2X2 comes from the world of pro audio but is a viable option when used as a USB DAC with a laptop or desktop. The Roland uses regenerated USB power, which effectively isolates the signal path from stray noise, a serious issue when DACs are used with computers. The unit is 100% USB bus powered.   The Quad Capture is usable without drivers, plug it in and it shows...” --imagic

100% Positive Reviews
Adam Audio A7X Powered Studio Monitor (7 inch, 150 watts)

Adam Audio A7X Powered Studio Monitor (7 inch, 150 watts)

“I started building my digital only/active only rig last Oct. 2012, it began with interest in the following desktop speakers; Audioengine A5, then Swan M200 MK II/lll, then Swan T200B and finally moved on to true studio monitors after waking my hi-fi analog memories. I researched Yamaha, JBL, Mackie, KRK, Dynaudio, Focal, Genelec, M-Audio, Adam and all the below 1k (per) usual suspects. The...” --SwanSong

100% Positive Reviews
Jawbone JAMBOX (Black Diamond)

Jawbone JAMBOX (Black Diamond)

“As I say before: the Jawbone Jambox fits well in a pocket, have a good sound quality, bluetooth and 3,5mm jack exit and an attractive design. I've buy it about 1 year ago, i can carry it away wherever i want, maybe without cable, in fact it can works also with bluetooth. It have a very, very, very good powerful sound. The only negative side is that maybe it can have more watt power, nothing else.” --MattiaFalsetti

100% Positive Reviews
Microlab Solo 7c

Microlab Solo 7c

“I bought these to replace a set of multimedia logitech speakers after reading the IXBT review for these. You can have a look at the RMAA analysis on IXBT. You can also see what's inside the speakers on the pics there. At some point it became clear I needed a 2.0 system or 2.1 system for music, and the corsair multimedia set I had was too V shaped for classical piano/violin + orchestra or metal...” --svyr

100% Positive Reviews
Swan M50W

Swan M50W

“I have been mostly a headphone guy for my computer set up (Sennheiser, Bose) and have previously had Bose Media Mate speakers which were good but those could be a bit too bassy, loose bass. I pulled the trigger on the Swan/Hi-Vi M-50 multimedia speaker system and have been nothing but impressed.  Very impressed.  The build quality is excellent. The system has weight. Not only the sub...” --Thermistor

100% Positive Reviews
Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 Active Multimedia Speakers

Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 Active Multimedia Speakers

“ here is my video review: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YXIWUYq6Ns4 ” --agoston.berko

100% Positive Reviews
Emotiva Pro airmotiv4

Emotiva Pro airmotiv4

“ Was looking for a smallish computer speaker with very good sound quality for less then $500. I looked around and read many reviews and thanks to the 30 day audition period from both Audioengine and Emotiva decided to give the Emotiva Airmotiv4 and Audioengine A5+ a try. My thought was pic the one that my ears liked the most even if that meant some compromises in other area. Each comes...” --mr skurvy

100% Positive Reviews
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