"Best" 2.0 speakers for all-round use? 2007-09-22 01:34:31 I used to use my CL Gigaworks S750 system until it died the other day, it was great for music and such but seemed to put far too much emphasis on bass.Anyway, I hooked up my M-Audio StudioPro3 set that I had lying around and they seemed ok but it's been up and down:Ups - The imaging seems quite amazing, I was playing STALKER yesterday and it actually sounded like I was immersed entirely in a 3D sound field which I wasn't aware was really possible, it was scary as hell when I noticed too (with the Gigaworks or my headphones when things should be behind you, you just hear it slightly differently, with this I honestly could hear it behind or to the side of me).Downs - When playing with the volume it seems to have issues with placement. For the first 5% it only comes out of the left speaker then the next 2% or so fades in the right speaker too. Then when it hits around 70% volume it shifts to bias on the left speaker, about 80/20 then it slowly scales back as you get nearer to 100% but never reaches 50/50, it ends about 55/45 still (I don't use the speakers this loud, my headphones are 300ohm impedance so I have to use the higher end of the volume range on the speakers to hear normally). Second downside is that the speakers normally (when listening to music and such) seem considerably less clear than the Gigaworks satellites did, although other times sounds seem worryingly real. It's like the speakers are oddly perfect in some places but let down in general, the volume level side balance is the most annoying thing though, any ideas why it would do that?Anyway, back to the topic question. I'm looking to spend maybe £200 tops on the best (clarity, imaging, no tainting of sound, etc, the 3D field effect in games was stunning with the StudioPros) 2.0 set of speakers I can get, I'm not really "up" on what competes with what these days, so what are my options?Thanks,Ex.