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Dayton Audio T-Amp and B652 Speaker (or recommend something else)

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This a good set to go with my Xonar STX?


Any other recommendations under the 100$ mark?
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I have the same speakers. Well they are just rebranded KLH B-PRO6. They are ok for the price. They lack bass for a 6 1/2 woofer and the highs are very harsh.

It's like they added the smallest tweeter and the biggest woofer (anything bigger starts becoming a subwoofer, unless it's a full range driver), to try add the whole range.

Are you looking to upgrade to another set of passive speakers later on? Because if not you could find refurbished M-Audio AV40s for about ~$100.
    
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Thanks for the quick reply.

These would be for movies mostly and live streams of games.

I'd like to buy new, and try to avoid refurbs if possible.

Those other ones that I was looking were the Swans M10 white for 135$ shipped.

But I'm looking to see if there is anything else good between the 70$-100$ mark, that I don't know of.
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