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I want to create a 2.1 sound setup for my computer, and I'm wondering what would be the best choice of speakers and subwoofer. Should I get a pair R-41PM or should I get normal speakers (non-powered) and also get tiny amp for the PC? Also, what subwoofer should I get? I'm looking for something small, since the only place I have is under the desktop. Also, how much do I need a subwoofer for PC listening? I would like to keep the budget around $400. I have one more question: Can I use a powered subwoofer with powered speakers? PS: I'm trying to build this audio setup with Black Friday if possible.
I'm going to buy a pair of Bookshelf Speakers (maybe Klipsch R-15PM) and a Subwoofer (maybe Klipsch SW-112) in the future. I have the following doubts: The R-15PM are powered monitors. The website says "This highly efficient, powerful yet minimalist speaker engulfs listeners in their favorite movies and music. ", so i think they are good for listening to music and movies. But people say that Hi-Fi speakers are better for home listening than Monitors, because they add coloration... Anyways these Klipsch are intended for Home and not for Studio... What would be the difference? Also: Do Hi-Fi speakers sound harder than this Klipsch? Offering more volume, power... The monitors came with a remote control. This control has SUB+ and SUB- buttons, so you can adjust the subwoofer volume. Can I set the subwoofer gain (in the unit's back) to Max, and then use the remote to control the volume? I'll like watching to movies with the corresponding dynamic range, without changing the bass volume, a "flat response", but I'll like to be able to "boost" the bass in music, with the SUB+ button. What is the best way to do that? Thank You Very Much.