The JBL L100 Classic speakers are the 21st-century versions of the famous JBL L100 Studio Monitor speakers of years ago. But unlike the previous models, these new speakers benefit from all the technological improvements of the previous decades.
A compact and neatly designed package, the Samson MEDIAONE M50 is a powered monitor speaker system that offers very good sound at a bargain price. The Samson MEDIAONE M50 is easy to use and compact enough to fit in most spaces. They were designed to be used as monitor speakers in a computer, or bookshelf workspace. A headphone jack is provided on the front panel of the control speaker. When the headphones are engaged the speakers will automatically shut off. The available sub-woofer output feature on the Samson MEDIAONE M50 allows the owner to add additional bass via a powered sub-woofer to the system.
Fluance is back at it again with a stylish pair of budget speakers.
The HD6’s are the newest powered speakers from Audioengine. They include a high quality internal DAC as well as a Bluetooth receiver with aptX. These beauties have real wood finished, Class A/B amplification and will surprise you with their bass response, staging and dynamics.
Monitor Audio’s Silver 1 is a gorgeously crafted bookshelf speaker with mostly excellent engineering, surprisingly powerful bass, and world-class treble.
Setting up a Home Theater Speaker System that doesn’t Dominate the Room Decor – An Experiment with Axiom Audio Speakers
Over the past decade, we have seen the number of speakers in a home theater system go from 5.1, to 7.1 and beyond. This presents a problem in having the space to put all these speakers. Although it is nice to have large speakers that will play loud for the current deluge of high impact movies full of mechanical monstors and massive guns, putting nine or more speakers in the den where your home theater is, will certainly set off an argument with your significant other, even if the speakers are beautiful. So, I decided to put together a 5.1 system of small, but high quality, bookshelf speakers and a good subwoofer. You will be shocked at the visual change this produces, and yet, this system still has good surround sound (just not quite as loud), and it looks attractive in the room without seeming like it is the centerpiece of the den.