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Rockville RPG122K Dual 12-inch Powered Speakers With Stands and Microphone - Black

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I liked these little speakers. They're definitely not 60w output as the spec says (it uses that old chestnut, "music power", which basically is used by manufacturers to quote higher wattage output than reality), but forget the output power: For a small room, they'll be loud enough. You definitely would never use them in public, though (not that anyone in their right mind would even use home speakers to power parties) but they could at a push double up as monitor speakers were you ever DJing at a venue that didn't offer monitors. They have good bass, and reasonably engaging sound overall, with nothing massively offputting - although of course they don't reach the heights of half-decent budget monitors, but they are equivalent to higher-end computer speaker systems. And as I said above, while they aren't quite as loud or refined as my go-to desktop computer / DJ monitoring speakers, the M-Audio Audiophile AV40s, they're there or thereabouts. Assuming their street price looks competitive when they go on sale this month (they are quoted at $129, so I'd expect to see them at $99 tops), they're a pretty good buy, although as always, spending just a little bit more at such a low price point will always get you relatively big improvements. Nonetheless, if you have one of the tiny Hercules DJ controllers with an 1/8" TRS master output, and you want to "keep it in the family", they're a good choice.

I liked these little speakers. They're definitely not 60w output as the spec says (it uses that old chestnut, "music power", which basically is used by manufacturers to quote higher wattage output than reality), but forget the output power: For a small room, they'll be loud enough. You definitely would never use them in public, though (not that anyone in their right mind would even use home speakers to power parties) but they could at a push double up as monitor speakers were you ever DJing at a venue that didn't offer monitors. They have good bass, and reasonably engaging sound overall, with nothing massively offputting - although of course they don't reach the heights of half-decent budget monitors, but they are equivalent to higher-end computer speaker systems. And as I said above, while they aren't quite as loud or refined as my go-to desktop computer / DJ monitoring speakers, the M-Audio Audiophile AV40s, they're there or thereabouts. Assuming their street price looks competitive when they go on sale this month (they are quoted at $129, so I'd expect to see them at $99 tops), they're a pretty good buy, although as always, spending just a little bit more at such a low price point will always get you relatively big improvements. Nonetheless, if you have one of the tiny Hercules DJ controllers with an 1/8" TRS master output, and you want to "keep it in the family", they're a good choice.

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