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    Which speakers?

    Looking for some speakers for the parents new uber setup, (SN41G2, 16MS 17" TFT ), Space is a concern so looking for some slim 2.0 speakers with fair bass reproduction without the use of a sub, suggestions?
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    why not go for a nice set of bookshelf speakers and a smallish amp

    Caged has a neat little denon thing which woudl suit that
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    no room really
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    Whats your price range, you could pick up some refurbed studio grade monitors which would give stunning quality although they'd set you back over £500 for a pair

    http://www.studiospares.com/productd...20MONITORS&p=5

    After a quick look at a site I often get gear from they look pritty good and are only ~£80

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    Sorry prolly didnt make the first post clear, 2 slim speakers for parents comp in which they browse the internet and play games such as harry potter....
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    Ahh - when you said good response I jump straight into proper hifi mode (well, I do anyways, can't stand tinny speakers, lol).

    I would recommend JBL for that sort of thing.

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    If we're going basic I've put a couple of systems together using the Creative SBS250's. Not hifi quality obviously but they're very good for the money at about 12 quid. Possibly cheaper elsewhere than here.

    http://www.dabs.com/uk/shopbybrand/creative/speakers/

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