speakers for £100 - £150?

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  1. danhowe25

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    pretty self explanatory, any ideas peoples??? thanks
     
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    what are you after, monitors or just hifi bizniz?
     
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    just a pair of speakers for my bedroom dj set up, using blown out old hifi speakers at the mo and theyr really starting to grate on me! i was told to save up 220 and get alesis m1 mk2 actives, are these as good but just smaller watts?
     
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    i think my choices are:

    Samson Resolv 65a ( had these before, mid and hi range quality is unbelievable)
    Alesis M1 Mk2 Actives ( More Expensive)
    Rokit RP5 G2 (apparently rokits are sick speakers)

    anyone got any opinions, any help is apreciated
     
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    Ive heard the rokits are good as I am looking for a similar thing at the mo.
    I like the look of Makie mr5 monitors. There £300 a pair though.
     
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    if your really on a budget (i knpw youve got more to play with than £60 but for that price get urself a pair of numark m20s if ur just using them to mix in the bedroom.

    these are only 20 watts, 10 per speaker but trust me, i also use these to monitor over a 1500 watt in house club system as stoopid as it sounds, great responce from em, and clarity! thats what its all about! CLARITY!
     
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