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Active Monitors for Computer Audio System

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Chat' started by bdautch, Jun 16, 2015.

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  1. bdautch

    bdautch High-Roller

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    Just chalk me as yet another, "This site is the only group of people I trust in the entire world" person.

    I currently have a Lenovo PC running Foobar 2000, with a high end USB cable running into a modified Benchmark DAC. From there, Kimber Select 1036's send the signal to Mackie 824 Mk. II's. I'm thinking of parting with $3,000 for a better pair of active monitors. While I like and respect the Mackies, I think they may be the weakest link in my system. My power cords are Furutech Power Reference III all the way around, so I feel content on that front.

    Any audiophiles on the board who might want to pitch in?
     
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    Not knowing the full intentions for your setup I'd suggest...

    Klipsch - For 5.1 Surround Sound if you wanted a TV setup -
    or Klipsch ProMedia for small 2.1 Speakers for your Computer.
    For Music Production - Yamaha's "HS" Series with the White Woofer.
     
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