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Postby Stoner » 20 Dec 2013, 23:46

Hi there,

I just bought the DDJ-SR and i haven't got any decent speakers or subwoofers yet.
I don't have a big budget left so i was wondering what would be good to buy and try keep it under 150 euros, even if it goes over that i'm open to every suggestions you may have.

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Postby Jayjayee » 01 Jan 2014, 13:30

Recently got gifted the Soniq CSA32 2.1 speakers, works great!
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Postby Zak » 24 Jan 2014, 16:19

I'm also looking for speakers for DJing at the moment. Some friend told me about krk Rokit 6 being great, could you people share your experience ?

edit: price between 150 - 200€
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Postby mart073 » 24 Jan 2014, 20:30

i have the B&W DM310 bought second hand for around 70 euro , bowers & wilkins is a high end brand and they sound amazing!
Zak, the krk Rokit 6 are nearfield monitors ,more used for producing music
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Postby AudaSpexx » 25 Jan 2014, 21:02

If you can find Audio Pro Addon Five for a decent price, I would suggest you give them a listen.

If it is for practising and stuff like that, you could get away with Creative T40 S2.

Otherwise, search around for a pair of monitors, they got loads of speakers for every situation. When you find something that interest you, google it and look for reviews!
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Postby kuklapekk » 22 Sep 2016, 15:00

i have same question, any recommendations?
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Postby greatART » 10 Nov 2016, 02:06

I own myself the M-Audio BX5a Deluxe with iso pads and stativ and they do a great job for me.
I believe the BX5a dont exist anymore but there is the following pair called M-Audio BX5 D2.
You should definitly have a look at them!

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Postby Rocko » 26 Dec 2016, 03:04

I'd buy a pair of monitors for starters and play around with them and see if subwoofer is needed.
In my case the monitors weren't enough and I added a subwoofer.
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