SPEAKERS

doivey Jan 20, 2004

  1. doivey

    doivey Forum Member

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    Am looking to buy some suitable speakers for my room, that could also be used for house parties/ small gatherings etc etc.

    I do not know what i am looking for really, just something with some good quality sound and quite loud. :Smile3:

    I Know nothing about speakers so any help :unsure: or advice on what to buy or anybody selling anything that they think would be suitable please either PM me or reply on here.

    Thanks

    Dave :sun:
     
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    forgotten ..::mUnTsvillE::..

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    i dont know if you want small pa speakers or what but i just got some standered speakers from www.richersounds.co.uk for my seprates... there staff are very good and there damn cheap too :Grin:



    i hope that was of some help :Grin:

    rob :Grin:
     
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    fractalated nihilist

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    i try to stear clear from richer sounds coz they'll try to sell you their own stuff - cambridge audio, as the staff make the highest commision on that (a mate used to work there) - while their stuff's ok you can do better for the money

    the best speakers i've come across are definitely the b&w series 3 - they come in a range of sizes and fatness and are engineered by the same people who did the blue room pods and the nautilus :Wink3: i have a pair of the dm601s and they is fat! my mate has the 602s and they is fatter!

    b&w series 3
     
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    forgotten ..::mUnTsvillE::..

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    true b&w's are amaizing speakers ... but at the end of the day the cost a bloomin arm and a leg ..... well worth the money though :Grin:



    rob :Grin:
     
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    Number_six Fluffy Love

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    I have a very clear voice, I could recite a poem or somthing? :wacko:
     
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    Chris Organic Mongolian FishSlap dancer

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    My Dynaudio BM15s are up for sale, and are suitable both for studio use and parties... rated up to 1000W oer channel peak.

    See my post elsewhere in this section for more details...

    If they're good enough for Infected, they should be good enough for most people!
     
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    Nanook In the kitchen, studio or gym.

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    Check out:

    WWW.Terralec.co.uk

    They do really resonable, entry level p.a equipment. You could get a phat house party rig together for very little. They even do amp+speaker combo deals.
    Check em anyway.

    ps) if ya want to see some silly size speakers check www.speakerplans.com
    time to :partysmi:
     
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