I apologize that these choices are so disparate. To explain my situation, I'm looking to set up speakers in a Chicago condo with the following layout:
I'd like to be as economical as possible, but I do require high-end quality of sound. I'm not interested so much into "home theatre." My primary goal is to throw parties about once a month and blow guests away with deep, smooth bass and awesome sound. In time, I would imagine occasional special guests deejaying music through these speakers. My secondary/optional requirement is to have speakers suitable for producing/composing music, if and only if they can simultaneously meet primary goal's objectives.
I'm not very knowledgeable about this, so I appreciate any help I can get.
I.e.,, Atlantic Technology is most expensive, and some of you are recommending them; would you say their 'quality of sound' is much better than the Klipsch RB-81s? RB81-s are twice as cheap, but is the quality difference that large?BobL
, you mentioned the Atlantic would have better bass than the others, but would this be necessary if I'm already getting a sub?Afrogt
, they appear to be the 4" Woofer kind, so I assume I should stay away from this Jamo product.JimWilson
, I have given thought to center speakers. However, as mentioned above, I'm not particularly concerned with home theatre. Would you still recommend center speakers? Also, should I not bother getting rear speakers, or would they help aid in the 'quality of sound' experience?
Finally, I can only pick from these set of subwoofers:
Any of these you can recommend to achieve my goals that would work well with the bookshelf speakers?