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    Look into the Klipsch. If you have the space to put the sub under the table, you can tape the metal stands to the windowsill. They're pretty light and sound about as good as anything for that price/size.

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    won't get much better than this at this size and price

    https://www.ebay.com/p/Apple-iPod-Hi...ock/1800983429

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    Hadn’t thought about that. Are those things stereo? I couldn’t survive without flaaaaange in my transitions...
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    Those Klipsh are the perfect size - but I don’t have space for the sub...
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    These are what I’m using now. They used to sound fine, but since trying them again they just sound terrible. Maybe I just need to do a little tweaking...

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    Only using 2 of the 4 speakers + the sub...

    EDIT: These are at least 18 years old!
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    Maybe a bluetooth portable speaker like JBL flip or Denon Envaya. They have line input also.

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    I've got a Bose bluetooth speaker that also has a line level input. I tried using it for DJing at home & it sounds great,

    ....but it's actually no use for DJing, as the on-board processing adds a delay.
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    If you can stretch the budget, these are pretty damn good.

    https://audioengineusa.com/shop/powe...ered-speakers/

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    Quote Originally Posted by thisisian View Post
    I've got a Bose bluetooth speaker that also has a line level input. I tried using it for DJing at home & it sounds great,

    ....but it's actually no use for DJing, as the on-board processing adds a delay.
    Same goes for Sonos and other types of wireless speakers with added processing.

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