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Hey guys, I currently have klipche pro-media 2.1's and I love them. but I also use my speakers to host parties and they just aren't loud enough. so I am looking for some new speakers and am open to any type of route. I don't know much about the subject, as why I am here asking for help, but I have found this ( http://www.amazon.com/Sony-MHCEC909iP-Hi-Fi-Shelf-System/dp/B003GZDB1Q/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1372368631&sr=8-1&keywords=sony+mini+hi+fi ) I felt like that would be a good deal with getting the two bookshelf speakers, and also an 8 inch sub. I only listen to EDM, dubstep, and other bass heavy music, so the bass presence needs to be powerful. I am also looking to upgrade my onboard audio on my PC if that makes a difference.

 

thanks a lot!

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Best way is to forget computer speakers and get a cheap receiver and use digital out from mb to receiver and then buy shielded satellite speakers and a sub. Like these:

 

http://www.energy-speakers.com/bookshelf-speakers/

 

http://www.energy-speakers.com/subwoofers/

 

More money but that is the way to go for what you want.

 

If you are on a limited budget look on the used market.


Edited by Schonen - 6/27/13 at 3:59pm
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about how much would that cost to do? and how would that mini hi-fi sony system be compared to it?

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Depends if you buy used or new. I have Energy RC Minis and they cost me $400.00 and the Energy sub was another $400.00. You can get a receiver for about $200.00. I don't know anything about the Sony but from looking at it looks sort of like a boom box system and not room filling. What I listed is though.

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For best bass presence on a tight budget, look into the Dayton SUB1200. That 12" driver will out perform any 8" you can buy in sheer output.

Then this Denon 1312 is rated to put ou 75 watts/channel. Or jump up to the Denon 1612, which was measured to put out 118 watts into 2 channels.

Finally, for speakers, the Polk Monitor 35B ($40 off w/ promo code EMCXPVM92) have a pretty good sensitivity rating of 89db. Higher sensitivity ratings mean more volume for the same amount of amplifier power. You might also look at the Polk Monitor 45B ($50 off w/ promo code EMCXPVR42) since they handle a little more power.
Edited by cel4145 - 6/29/13 at 7:33am
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