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kimonoThemes says

Not in the budget, but using this I would highly recommend it : http://store.apple.com/us/product/H2268VC/A It’s really nice, and the bass have a little white light inside :)

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AdamGold says

Not in the budget, but using this I would highly recommend it : http://store.apple.com/us/product/H2268VC/A It’s really nice, and the bass have a little white light inside :)
Thought about Harman Sticks, but it costs too much for a guy like me that don’t use the bass a lot. (I only hear music and I am really not a savvi so I don’t need something complicated)

Thanks.

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kimonoThemes says

I was thinking the same way before, I didn’t care about the quality of the sound or any bass… I was listening to music with my Macbook Pro speaker, but since I have the Harman Kardon I can’t hear anymore the music without it. The sound is just great for music!

But I agree that it’s a bit pricy.

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designsatnight says

for cheap and quality speakers, buy the Behringer 1C monitors. Gives you a relatively flat response for its price.

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AdamGold says

Thanks for all your suggestions.

About the Harman Sticks, I would gladly buy them if I wanted to invest 250$ (this is how they cost in my country).

About the Behringer, are they really that big? They look nice, I’ll add them to my options.

@ThemeProvince – No one sells these speakers in my country.. Thanks though.

Okay, so my options are:
  • Logitech Z320
  • Behringer 1C
  • Lexus XR15
  • Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II (most preferred)
  • MicroLab MD122
  • MicroLab M-200

What do you suggest?

Thank you very much!

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AdamGold says

Just saw Cyber Acoustics 3062, looks nice so I’ll add them to the list.

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dravid15 says
Hi AdamGold, First I would like to say please set up your mind concerning the price and features that you like to buy . After that you have to know some device is not compatible with others . You can prefer Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II. Though Ii t is in your first priority list. Hope this will help you. I never think of the future. It comes soon enough.
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AdamGold says

Hi AdamGold, First I would like to say please set up your mind concerning the price and features that you like to buy . After that you have to know some device is not compatible with others . You can prefer Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II. Though Ii t is in your first priority list. Hope this will help you. ___ I never think of the future. It comes soon enough.

Sorry but I don’t understand what you were trying to say.. “thought Ii t is in your first priority list”?

Anyway, the list is now:
  • Creative GigaWorks T20 Series II (most preferred)
  • MicroLab MD122
  • MicroLab M-200
  • Coby CS-MP77 75
  • Cyber Acoustics 3062
  • I prefer the T20 because it looks good and it doesn’t require sub woofer. Any other speakers you would like to suggest?

    Thanks!

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VisualSharing says

I prefer the T20 because it looks good and it doesn’t require sub woofer. Any other speakers you would like to suggest?

Anything below 5’’ requires a sub-woofer to sound good, be care with false advertisement. You won’t hear good sub frequencies (around 50-130Hz) on such a setup.

I would go with Logitech x-230 2.1 or Logitech X-530 5.1 (I’ve heard how the last sound and they are great for a low-price setup).

However, from what you’ve listed I’d recommend the Creatives too.

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