I’m new here and I wanted to get you option, on speakers I should buy for my desk setup.
I am thinking of spending around 300$ on speaker setup (either active or passive+amp).
I’m mostly using my setup for production work in terms of video editing and all the things concerning video production. And I do listen to music, mostly vocal and classic, but I listen to everything that I have a quality copy of tbh.
Also I do watch lots of movies and do gaming at the side (mostly esports titles).
I hope that helps you in recommending me a specific speakers. Would mean a lot if you could help!
There are so many options, but I want to leave 2 things that I’d consider if I was in your situation:
Adam Audio T5V for a more “professional” & analytical sound
Edifier S350db for better bass & fun
I consider these options, because they should work for most environments.
I picked Adam Audio for classic & vocal, since these are quite detailed & have good clarity.
The mentioned JBL 305P are great all rounders imo.
edit: oh… white? haha
with a budget of 300… maybe Kali LP-6 white version, but the hiss would be annoying for classic
There are not that many white models as far as i know.
A popular option are the Yamaha HS7 white… but those would be ~400 a pair.
There’s also the HS5 white, cheaper but for my taste lacking a bit in the bass region.
edit: iLoud Micro are also available in white… good sound relative to their tiny size
But I would only consider them if I had no space for bigger speakers.
Yeah I see, thank you very much. Btw I was thinking something a bit bigger form iLoud Micro cause they would be dwarfed by monitor and everything, but I’ll see.
I saw Jamo s803 and they have perfect color like white with that “wood” details, but I can’t find them in my area, but from reviews I saw they were good.
The only answers to this question are the JBL’s or the Adam T5v. If you want white…the JBL’s have that colorway. The audioengine’s have a white colorway, but the JBL and Adam T5v just blow those away, IMO.
From the view of white noise / hiss. All mentioned ones, have it.
Some less, some more audible.
Even T5V’s. Search “Adam Audio T5V hiss” and you get plenty of hits.
Unless you have model that can lower the sensitivity/input but then you need much bigger budget, otherwise it’s always audible from short distance.
Kind depends on room or back ground noise levels, source and distance from speakers.
Usually when playing music it’s not audible.