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Edifier R1850DB $135 FS ($149 - $14 coupon)

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Use code "edifier" to drop the sale price from $149 to $135, I believe the previous FP deal was an Amazon sale for $140 and FS.

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I paid $169 for these a year ago and I've been very impressed with the sound. This is a fantastic value at $135.
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I got these for $139.99 from the previous slick deal. I like them so much that I can't resist buying another set for this price. I might put them in the garage or gift them. Excellent speakers at an excellent price.
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How does this compare to their other powered speakers? Specifically the others with sub output.
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can you hook this up to your PC and use it as a pc speaker?
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can you hook this up to your PC and use it as a pc speaker?
Yes, they come with a 3.5mm headphone jack to RCA adapter. I have mine connected to my PC and they sound great. I sometimes also switch to bluetooth and play audio from my phone.
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Decided to buy a pair for my bedroom. Great price, surprised they don't charge tax... feel like that's universal now.
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Pulled the trigger, no tax is def a plus.
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can it shake your desk?
i like a bit of bass , but i dont want to add a sub, even though i have one.
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can it shake your desk?
i like a bit of bass , but i dont want to add a sub, even though i have one.
That's an unrealistic demand. "Shake your desk" sound is created by a high Sound Pressure Level (SPL) which essentially is measured by the amount of air moved. To move lots of air you need lots of surface area, meaning a bigger speaker (or you can push the air harder meaning more watts)

What these speakers will give you is excellent sound quality with a reasonable amount of bass. There is no substitute for adding a subwoofer.
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That's an unrealistic demand. "Shake your desk" sound is created by a high Sound Pressure Level (SPL) which essentially is measured by the amount of air moved. To move lots of air you need lots of surface area, meaning a bigger speaker (or you can push the air harder meaning more watts)

What these speakers will give you is excellent sound quality with a reasonable amount of bass. There is no substitute for adding a subwoofer.
I was saying shake your desk as in does it have decent bass, XD. Im also using a 72" ,
and my jbl arena 130 are big but im planning to add it in surround in my 5.1 removing them from my computer and planning on buying these i really wanted the edifier 2000db since it does have more bass.
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In for 2. Thanks
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Solid speakers for desktop or laptop. Recommend getting a jamo or 8 to 10 inch speaker to accompany it.
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If you buy two sets:

Get a FREE portable speaker (MP280) when spending $200 or more

Simply add an MP280 of your choice to the shopping cart when you spend $200 or more (before tax) and the price will be adjusted!
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I was saying shake your desk as in does it have decent bass, XD. Im also using a 72" ,
and my jbl arena 130 are big but im planning to add it in surround in my 5.1 removing them from my computer and planning on buying these i really wanted the edifier 2000db since it does have more bass.
The speakers you have now have 7" woofers and need an external amp. These Edifiers have 4" speakers (think they're too small to be call woofers) and have an amp built in. I feel like you need at least 6" woofers to feel anything which most powered monitors don't have.

I got my 1850s in earlier today and set them up with my bedroom for use with my TV and for music when I work out. They sound much better than TV speakers but (obviously) lack the bass of the JBL 306P MkIIs they replaced. I only got these because it has the inputs I need (optical for my TV and BT for my phone) and easy to control via a dedicated remote. The JBLs were on another level in terms of bass but they're studio monitors so using them in a home set up meant the need for external components (BT adapter, passive a volume control box, remote switch to easily turn on/off).

I use Klipsch R-15PMs with my computer and those also lack much bass because their large drives are only 4". I would have liked to get another set (or the newer R-51PMs) but the price for these are too good to not try- less than half what the Klipsch cost. I'm very happy with them.

Basically all of this is a long way of saying you won't feel much of a shake with smaller drivers. You might feel like... a buzzing vibration but they won't shake anything without a sub.
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