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It's okay. I ordered a $99 pair of powered speakers from Amazon Prime Now and they wound up sending me two sets of them, so now I can return a set and I basically got mine for free then. Everything works out!
Loving my record player and the vinyl I've picked up so far.
Also I replied to the other guy but basically I got this set 9 years ago for $322 (mentioning price cause it's selling for 1700 now somehow?): [link]
I've had a Logitech setup that's been belting out some great sound for years. Just make sure you get one with a sub and 5.1 sound or better. They even have some THX certified speakers that sound pretty good.
Nice! Multi-function devices are exempt from the large color screen rule. What do you use to stream from home? Do you have playlists setup beforehand or is managing a 1.5tb collection from a mobile device easier than it sounds?
I wish I had the room for a 'proper' setup at home, but for now I've got the older version of these. They do the trick; I've even got a turntable hooked up to them. One day I'll piece together a nice home audio setup.
For bang for your buck, I'd recommend the Logitech Z5500. I've had this system for a few years and have been very pleasantly surprised with the fidelity & power. While being considered pc speakers, they are THX certified and have fiber optic as well as coaxial inputs. The Dolby Pro-Logic II also does a decent job of upconverting your stereo music into surround.
Bose are very clear, but are often overly bright and lack mid range. If you decide to blow your budget, I think you'd be much happer with speakers from Klipsch.
Logitech 5.1 speakers. They really sound quite nice, the sub is quite large for a set of PC speakers. Would work well for a home theater set-up as well, includes an optical audio input. Great condition over-all, I think the sub may have a few scratches but that's the only flaw. I think I may even have some extra speaker wire to throw in. Check out the reviews in the Amazon link and make an offer. Looking for 350ish.
So I recently got a Rega RP1 and a Rega Fono mini A2D which is then connected to my Schiit Magni headphone amp. Would it be possible to connect the turntable to this? [link]
I'm not sure if they're good for turntable/music, but my friend said that they were so I might try them out.
Big aluminum knobs are synonymous with volume control. See the best sound system logitech ever made as an example. [link]
Why should you have to get used to anything that isn't an outright improvement.