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I second the Lepai suggestion with a pair of Dayton B52 speakers or something similar, this is what I have. A good sub is a little more expensive so I haven't gotten one yet.
The Lepai has a 3.5mm input to connect to your computer's speaker out. I'm very happy with my setup
Hey guys, just have a set-up compatibility question. I have a Pioneer PL-550 turntable and a late 80s (read "subpar") receiver. I'm looking to get some new speakers as my Kenwood JL-880s (also read "subpar") are getting more uneven by the day. I've heard a lot of good things about the Dayton B652s and just wanted to know if my turntable would sound good with these guys. My budget is pretty restricted so the price definitely sounds good to me. If anyone has some other suggestions up to around $75, feel free to give me some information. Thanks!
How would those differ from, say, these?
And if I get those, do I need an amplifier as well as a pre-amp? Sorry that this is such a noob-y question, audio is a foreign language.
Thank you so much, the C200 is definitely the one I'll get then, I do just want to be sure if you could confirm that speakers like this (Dayton Audio B652) will hook up straight to it and work, thank you again.
Yep, nomnommish gave you great advice for a budget system to listen to CDs if you don't need tons of power. Another speaker option that might work well for this setup would be these Dayton B652s.
Good luck with your system. Let us know how it works out for you.
I'm almost definitely going to buy these Dayton Speakers, and my range for a Pre-Amp would be like ~30$. Do you have any suggestions in that range?
He says the DP75 includes everything and is fully functional but may need a new stylus, do you have any idea what a replacement might cost?
Thank you for helping me figure this out, I'm brand new to vinyl
I really like the Dayton bookshelf speakers. If you have a small budget, I find these to sound pretty damn good for the cost.
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I really like these Dayton Audio and they are $38 shipped from Amazon.