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Soldering's easy enough. A few minutes of practice and he'd probably be OK to go.eric93se wrote:Well if you capable of putting a screw in a hole without punching into the speakers surround I would go with these from parts express. Requires a bit of assembly, nothing difficult. Dayton BR-1 6-1/2" 2-Way Monitor Kit Pair
Your little amp wants a 4 ohm load and these are 8 ohm, so the amp's not going to put out full power but it will sound better with the lighter load. I suspect it will still sound plenty loud.
For anyone looking at the Gizmo, I wouldn't recommend buying it.
edit: that swan setup is self-powered, meaning there would be no need for your little amp.
edit: Sorry the Dayton kit requires soldering, not for the average assembler. If you had someone to help you it would be the best sounding.
jinjuku wrote:Get either the Behringer 2031p or 2030p studio monitors. Hands down the best speaker for your budget.
http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-Ultra-L ... 802&sr=8-2
http://www.amazon.com/Behringer-Ultra-L ... 92&sr=8-14
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