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Maudio BX5a's vs Swan D1080 MkII08

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I'm looking to get either of these speaker sets but I can't really find a comparison of both. Is there anyone out there that has listened to both and can tell me the key differences?

 

Thanks in advance.

 

EDIT: Also the Edifiers S330D seem like a good choice, but I need someone to compare these for me. Please and thank you.


Edited by VanillaSound - 9/28/11 at 8:49pm
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Well we had a PC Show where i'm at and i had a colleague who nabbed those S330Ds for PS3 + small living room TV speakers but those are totally in a different weight class cos BX5s are $27x while NCIX USA has the S330Ds at $110? If you want higher end 2.1s then have a look at

 

Edifier S530

Swan M50W

Microlab H-200

 

best elaborate what u intend to use these speakers for i.e music, movies, games, etc Also why not consider stereo amp, bookshelf speakers and 8-10" sub?

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Well we had a PC Show where i'm at and i had a colleague who nabbed those S330Ds for PS3 + small living room TV speakers but those are totally in a different weight class cos BX5s are $27x while NCIX USA has the S330Ds at $110? If you want higher end 2.1s then have a look at

 

Edifier S530

Swan M50W

Microlab H-200

 

best elaborate what u intend to use these speakers for i.e music, movies, games, etc Also why not consider stereo amp, bookshelf speakers and 8-10" sub?

I can't find the Edifier S530's, the Swan M50W's look pretty nice though. It's mostly going to be for music and somewhat movies. And I don't want anything too complicated because i'm a noob at this audio stuff :P. I just want to get a speaker set to start out.
 

 

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