what bedroom speakers do you have?

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  1. tone090

    tone090 Bare back rider!

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    Im looking into some speakers for bedroom djing. I was just wondering what speakers you lot are currently using...
     
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    tone090 Bare back rider!

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    there quite cheap aswell! all i want them for is bedroom use really so they dont have to be overly loud really
     
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    Bruv r u the Skatman D playing inno reunion coz it's in ure sig n that but ure username is skatman b?
     
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    ^^ this! got a set of rockit 5's and wow! just wow!
     
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    You know! Just got the XLR cables for em aswell. Quite alot of difference. Alot louder and better quality.
     
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    Stanton ATM's seem to be perfect to me, all my mates always go on about them for clarity of sound and for being able to hear everything that you should hear.

    read alot of reviews and ended up buying these.
     
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    tone090 Bare back rider!

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    yeah im looking at a budget of 150 max. so im looking down the ebay route. id love the rockits but i havn't got the readys and need to mix my decks are just sat staring at me in my room! ha
     
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    yeh that is me they misspelt my name lol
     
  11. DTOKEZ

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    i got some old wharfdale ones, they do the job just about lol
     
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    lad i use old warfdales, retro black n green bad bwoys, best speakers i have ever had lad, 80's indestructable bass bins FTW...

    i had 70's technics before them and they were rockin, but they were so old they started to crumble like they had been butchered by termites...now they were old skool.
     
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    got some 2.1 logitech system at the moment.
    will upgrade to some krk rp5s soon though
     
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    your guna be in heaven when you upgrade then. i was using 2.1s for a while there so dissapointing!
     
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    i use some oldschool tannoy venus mkII's, good bass, midrange could be better but ah well
     
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    Original Nuttah They Call My Dad Machete

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    Hmmm r u sure. im looking into buying a pair.

    53hz is the lowest it can go? will that be fine for dnb sub basslines or is there songs wich have lower frequencies?

    thank you for any replies anyone :wave:
     
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    Yeeh i thought this when i first brought them.They give off enough bass trust! If your not happy KRK do seperate subs to complete the set up. personally i didnt think i needed a sub they kick hard enough.

    Its all about where your placing them aswell. Some rooms trap the bass in the wrong places if you havent got them set up properly.
     
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    hahah oldskool speaker massive
     
  19. Original Nuttah

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    thanks man. rockit 6 looks a bit to much money so i think i will go for a pair of 5`s.

    EDIT: looking through chemical there is alot more cheaper studio monitors with equally big woofers and peaks etc.. u sure the rockits r deffinetly worth its price and the qaulity will stand out from the cheaper ones?
     
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