Help me pick a 2.0 system to replace my broken Klipsch Promedia 2.0s!
Three years ago, I purchased some Klipsch Promedia 2.0 speakers after seeking advice from audiophiles like yourselves for the best 2.0 system under $150. And I loved them. I mean I really loved them!
Unfortunately for my ears and for my budget, I am running into the problem that apparently everyone else but me knew about with these speakers, and the left speaker is now on the fritz.
I am looking to replace them with another 2.0 system. It's three years later, but I'm turning to you, the pros, again: (Nowadays) what's the best 2.0 speaker system in the 150-dollar ballpark?
I have my main surround system very close to my computer desk so I use it to listen to music, etc. I don't do games so the $50 Dell 2.1 speakers that came with my desktop are quite nice and fine for my needs. However, I read three computer magazines monthly and the same brand name keeps popping up, Audioengine. This look likes a very fine speaker system. The Axiom Audiobyte is excellent but out of your price range.
Anyone not convinced yet? How about a reveiw from Stereophile magazine?
http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/cont...etrieveSku&Q=# B&H is a very reputable dealer and you don't pay for shipping or tax, so the $189.95 might be in the ballpark.
I think I've talked myself into a pair of these for Chistmas!
Last edited by RoadRunner6; 10-09-2008 at
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