Hello, finally my wife seems to agree, that our sound is not good enough, so i need some advice..Right now i have a Technics SU-Z2 amp with some noname speakers that were part of some crappy ministereo system.I guess my financial situation makes the price more important, but still i want to archieve a good result in the end.Sadly my knowledge about hi-fi systems is rather bad, so i am asking you guys....any suggestions? i dont mind second hand stuff
First thing you should do is give a budget and if you want stereo or surround sound. BTW, on a budget, stereo is the best option if you are trying to achieve the highest fidelity.-Chris
hey Rasi,A lot depends on what you listen to and how you listen.> do you enjoy accuracy over a "warmer' sound?> do you listen to a wide range of music?> will you use them with a PC based system?
if the answers are Accurate and Highly Diverse and Yes, I'd strongly recommend a good set of small self-powered, studio monitors... I prefer hearing what the artist/engineers put down on the track as opposed to what an audio speaker engineer likes to hear!! so I go with MACKIE WEBPAGE