Addicted to Fun and Learning
- Mar 9, 2021
- The Netherlands (Holland)
Like I said before, this is what I would advice. But reading the thread I'm not sure what your must have requirements are and what your should have/nice to have. Until then, it's hard to point to a final solution.What I read so far makes me think you want something like the kef ls60. However I would recommend you don't spend too much until you've gained some real world experience and know if the end result is really worth the money.
I would start with something that makes you familiar with eq: like the minidsp flex. Get an amp like the ncore mp252, kef r3 and add a sub ( or two) when you want to upgrade.
There is basically no way around buying a sub if you want clean lows that work in your room.
The alternative is - and what I would choose- a Genelec monitor with GLM ( automated eq) like the 83xx series. Also well within budget. It's for good reason you get so many people recommend Genelec.