Desktop 2.0 speakers?

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If you're looking to save space and want small speakers then I can recommend iLoud micro monitors - https://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/iloudmm/

There's enough youtube vids, reviews and comparisons online for them.
My own thoughts though - Having owned 'desktop speakers' for years, the iLouds are certainly the best by a long way. They put out similar sound as a speakers 4x their size.
 
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If you're looking to save space and want small speakers then I can recommend iLoud micro monitors - https://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/iloudmm/

There's enough youtube vids, reviews and comparisons online for them.
My own thoughts though - Having owned 'desktop speakers' for years, the iLouds are certainly the best by a long way. They put out similar sound as a speakers 4x their size.

Will need a sub to add bass to help out those 3" woofers. Won't need much a BK Gemini or something like that would do, if your soundcard has 5.1 analogue out then use the soundcards bass management feature, probably cross around 80hz or so.

Use this is a guide where high passing the speakers

 
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Will need a sub to add bass to help out those 3" woofers. Won't need much a BK Gemini or something like that would do, if your soundcard has 5.1 analogue out then use the soundcards bass management feature, probably cross around 80hz or so.

Use this is a guide where high passing the speakers

Ive seen that guide years ago when buying thrm and had them on stands.
I just use them on desktop level now but bunging the bassports with foam has made a huge difference. No more fart sounding bass when turning them up.

Still really surprised at the sound that comes out of such small speakers. Can easily fill a small/medium sized room and being active (and bluetooth) means you can travel with them too.
 
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