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Looking for Computer Audio or Monitor Spk Setups that sounds similar to EQ5

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It's a long shot but I hope you guys could recommend me something or somewhere to start from.

 

I'm fond of the EQ5/HE500 sound signature and I'm trying to look for a 2.1 channel system that sounds similar to it.

 

To further help, I listen mainly to Electronica (Drum & Bass, Nu Jazz, Indies, Euro Pop & Dub Step)

 

And more specifically, It should not sound like W4 or the EX1000.

 

I hope you guys can help me out with this.

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It's a long shot but I hope you guys could recommend me something or somewhere to start from.

I'm fond of the EQ5/HE500 sound signature and I'm trying to look for a 2.1 channel system that sounds similar to it.

To further help, I listen mainly to Electronica (Drum & Bass, Nu Jazz, Indies, Euro Pop & Dub Step)

And more specifically, It should not sound like W4 or the EX1000.

I hope you guys can help me out with this.

Might help if you had a budget for this speaker setup.

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Somewhere around $600-$900, if it's more than that I could save up for it.

Another note to add, possibly a 2.2 channel system. Right now I'm considering two YST-215 to power my existing SB-PM91(mini hifi spk that have frequency range of 42hz-50khz (says the manual)) to create a stereo setup that goes from 28hz-50khz for my pc, about 2m apart.

But I'm not entirely convinced of the setup because the SB-PM91 needs biamping and setting up an amp would take away the sub's build in crossover and creates an overlap, which at 1m from my ears sounds very significant.
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