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Master Geek


# 207256 15-Dec-2016 22:08
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Looking to buy some bookshelf speakers, will consider anything but ideally pickup in the Auckland area.


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  # 1690872 16-Dec-2016 09:12
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Two slim ones in plastic enclosure from plasma TV - if put vertically - will fit size of a book :-) Greenlane

 

Mates rates - 15$ for both


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  # 1690951 16-Dec-2016 11:30
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$15 any pair:

 

 

 

 


 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  # 1691361 17-Dec-2016 08:59
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Maybe you could be a bit more specific. If you say bookshelf you probably want them to fit a specific space (a bookshelf for instance...). How big is the room you want to fill, do you want to run a separate amp and, most critically: what do you want to spend?


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  # 1691372 17-Dec-2016 10:22
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Im looking into getting a pair of these connected with a Chromecast audio for wifi streaming.

https://www.amazon.com/JBL-LSR305-Studio-Monitor/dp/B00DUKP37C




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  # 1691550 17-Dec-2016 21:44
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Looking to spend around $300-500? It'll probably be used near-field initially but it'd be great if it could be a starter set for a small'ish living room home theatre front channel set later on.

 

Heard great things about the LSR305s but looking for passive speakers. Thanks for the replies though.


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  # 1691632 18-Dec-2016 09:27
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PlatinuM195:

 

Looking to spend around $300-500? It'll probably be used near-field initially but it'd be great if it could be a starter set for a small'ish living room home theatre front channel set later on.

 

Heard great things about the LSR305s but looking for passive speakers. Thanks for the replies though.

 

 

The ones I posted above can be used in 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound as either central speaker or rear speakers.

 

 


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