Not sure your budget will allow you to meet your goals.Hi
I have absolutely no experience with all this audio stuff so i'd appreciate replies to be as simple as possible because i don't understand all the terms and stuff.
Currently my audio setup for my pc is a 2.1 speaker setup, I'm using M-Audio AV32 speakers which are connected to the subwoofer that was included with Philips SPA4355/05 2.1 speakers.
The AV32 speakers are connected to the 'audio output' 3.5mm port of the philips subwoofer and then the subwoofer has a 3.5mm cable going into the green port on the back of my pc.
The thing is.. The bass is terrible, its way too quiet compared to the speakers. I've been considering getting a new subwoofer but all the stand alone subwoofers i've found only have 'audio input' ports and never have any outputs for speakers.
So i have a few questions:
1. Whenever I'm upgrading my subwoofer how will I connect my speakers to it if it doesn't have audio output ports?
2. Any suggestions of a subwoofer I can upgrade to for cheap? My budget is like £150
3. is there a better way for me to set up my speakers and subwoofer until i upgrade?
Your problem is that the sub you have has no ability to adjust its crossover point. The ability to make this adjustment is typically available in the next level up of systems.
A possible solution is to see if your computer music program allows you to increase the base settings which could help.