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post #16 of 18
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Updated list ...

 

 

Can Afford Now :

 

Dayton B652
Polk TSi 100
Audio Bronze BX1
Behringer MS-40
Gemini SR-6
Samson Media one 5a
 

 

Need to Save a Bit More :


M-Audio BX5A Deluxe
Alesis 1M MKII
KRK RP5G2
Behringer MS-20
Gemini SR-8
JBL LSR-2325P

 

 

 

It seems these are the only monitors I can justify for the price ... the rest start nearing and exceeding R10k

post #17 of 18

I'd go with the Monitor Audio BX1 over the Dayton and Polk. You might also see if you have Wharfedale Diamond's locally. They are a British speaker. 

 

Some of those other speakers you have listed are active and don't need a separate amplifier/receiver. 

post #18 of 18

I'd recommend the NHT SuperZero 2.0 along with the Sherwood RX-4105 stereo receiver. It's a very nice combo and you can always add a sub woofer of your choice in the future or whenever you feel it necessary. If you wouldn't mind a 2.1-channel computer audio setup, I'd have no problem recommending the Dayton Audio B652 along with the Dayton Audio DTA-1 T-amplifier. Throw in a sub woofer such as the Dayton Audio SUB-1000 10" sub woofer and add in an external digital-to-analogue converter such the FiiO E10 and you would be set.

 

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