Old logitech x530 speakers too many dust going to buy a new speaker
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Hi guys, My old x530 has been used for many many years and I recently going to move to a new apartment and The speaker is covered with gross dust too lazy to clean them. So Im going to buy a new speaker. Anyone here please help me to decide which one to go to 2.0 or 2.1? I currently is checking on Bowers & Wilkins MM‑1. Anybody here happen to have used it? is it worth?
 
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Got them a few years a go.
Nice for normal use like youtube, some music and tv shows.
they sound clean, Bass is ok and i dont feel like I'm missing a woofer.
The form factor is great. They look good, Also a nice remote.
I wont use them for critical listening. but they are doing the job as a computer speakers.
 
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Got them a few years a go.
Nice for normal use like youtube, some music and tv shows.
they sound clean, Bass is ok and i dont feel like I'm missing a woofer.
The form factor is great. They look good, Also a nice remote.
I wont use them for critical listening. but they are doing the job as a computer speakers.
any recommendation for a decent speaker for around $200-$400?
 
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Hi guys, My old x530 has been used for many many years and I recently going to move to a new apartment and The speaker is covered with gross dust too lazy to clean them. So Im going to buy a new speaker. Anyone here please help me to decide which one to go to 2.0 or 2.1? I currently is checking on Bowers & Wilkins MM‑1. Anybody here happen to have used it? is it worth?
A $50 DAC might help also improve audio quality.
 

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