Budget is...within reason? If they're legitimate heirloom quality pieces that I can have for numerous decades, I might break into four figures. If they're bound to fail within 5-10 years, or at the very least become pseudo-obselete,then under $500.Originally Posted by tr8rjohnk
What's your budget, what's the environment they'll be in and what are you looking for out of them?
I'm fine with Creative's too if they get the job done. Money is always an object...this is a personal financed, not corporate build. That said, If I have the opportunity to buy something incredibly unique (preferably bordering on antique) that is heirloom quality and capable of being passed on to my children in a functional state, then I have little objection to really splurging.Originally Posted by tr8rjohnk
For that price range (four figures) I'm not comfortable making a suggestion as I have only a little experience with that echelon. No worries though, there are more than a couple of members which I'm sure will chime in soon. Good luck and enjoy what you wind up getting.
Very happy with the size of these, although they are right at my upper limit. Desk space is currently at a premium to say the least, but 4x6x5 is reasonable.
Think that is way over priced and way above budgetOriginally Posted by astrallite
How small is small? If you want "super small" there's the B&W MM-1 and Harman GLA-55. Both use tweeters from much higher hifi offerings (b&w nautilus and harman cmmd) put into a small box with a 3" woofer.
This looks outstanding!Originally Posted by OC'ing Noob
If you are looking for desktop multimedia, I would recommend these:
Those are GREAT 2.0 systems and very easy to use. Also comes with the tiny H2's that are very clear for their size as well.
If you are looking for a 2.0 receiver setup. I will let others more knowledgeable help you out with that.