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not at all, why the soundboard though? Just decent active monitors, maybe a cheap usb dac, done?
For reference, I have a pair of Jamo bookshelf speakers right now. They have bluetooth that can't be turned off so it's forever blinking in pairing mode because I use the RCA input. The industry seems to be stuffing Bluetooth into everything these days bu I just want a normal honest stereo input. Alternatively I could use the soundboard as a DAC, not that I would be able to tell the difference over the 3.5mm jack on my Mac Mini M1.
The reason I'm
looking to buyhaving an itch for a cheap soundboard is that I dabble with rented audio gear every once in a while and I figure it can't hurt to collect my own set. You never know when a 3-4 channel soundboard can come in handy as glue for whatever project you're doing.
Yeah they were good PC speakers (I'm justifying my recommendation of them ) but they were never as good as proper monitors. These TEAC speakers I saved from an old 90s Hi-Fi are good enough, I was going to replace them with some Klipsch monitors but I apparently I sit too close for them to be effective due to the horn designs.I thought I could stand pc speakers. Those creative Gigaworks I got? The plastic boxy noise they have has ruined them for me. Coming from a set of Mackie Mr5 monitors, they were worlds better and I think when I’m in a position to buy monitors again, I will.
Not at all weird. I've gone to a USB DAC/headphone amp/preamp and a pair of nice active monitors. It's currently 2.0 but I will be adding the .1 in a few months.Looking at computer speakers. Am I weird for looking at a compact USB soundboard and a pair of active studio monitors instead of the usual 2.0 or 2.1 systems?
I just looked those up and I'm like "yeah they look pretty normal OH FUCK THEY'RE MASSIVE!"
Reasonably prices used it seems but they wouldn't fit on my little shelf things here.
"There's no replacement for displacement"I know, but they're also the first set of monitors I've used where I could hear the individual tracks in the song coming in and out. When a guitar comes on, or the bass starts, or how crisp a kick drum or string instrument is. Those monitors at least for my ears sounded the best.