#1
So its essentially a stereo that works with cds and has male 3.5mm jack. then there are two 90w speakers with a woofer and tweeter. I always had it reeally loud when playing along with music with my guitar. is it worth replacing all of the 4 speakers in the speaker system? the model of it all is Sharp xl-uh242 . yes I know this is the pit but I feel like some people would have knowledge on it. Thanks.
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#3
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how much did you pay for it?


nothing, its my sis's but she gave it to me
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#5
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how much money is it worth? if its an expensive system, yes, replace them. If its not, don't.

it looks older, 2006ish and it ranges from 100-150 usd online but its not in stock anywhere
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it looks older, 2006ish and it ranges from 100-150 usd online but its not in stock anywhere

is that expensive for a stereo system?
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is that expensive for a stereo system?
That's close to shit for a stereo system
I would get a better one altogether since probably the pres and the amp suck as well.
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Clue: amplifiers amplify so don't turn it on if you need quiet.
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#9
I would probably want something that worked as a studio monitor, computer speakers, music player if that's even possible
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#11
Then you don't want a conventional hi-fi system.
Yeah, what's the budget?
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I would probably want something that worked as a studio monitor, computer speakers, music player if that's even possible

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#13
^ why?
It's indeed possible, though it's not a hi-fi system.
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#14
using my 4 speaker setup powered off an old cd player for 'studio' monitoring

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#15
You're better off getting a set of entry level powered studio monitor speakers, such as the M-Audio AV-40s, and hooking up a CD player to it or using them with your computer. You'll see a huge improvement in your sound quality over what sounds like a boombox. You can find them for around $120 a set.
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You're better off getting a set of entry level powered studio monitor speakers, such as the M-Audio AV-40s, and hooking up a CD player to it or using them with your computer. You'll see a huge improvement in your sound quality over what sounds like a boombox. You can find them for around $120 a set.


Just a shame that the AV-40s don't have a USB DAC onboard.
#17
You would be better changing the speakers completely instead of just the speaker's drivers (cones). You would get most of your money, and it is easier to find a good used pair. Replacement speakers would be easy to find as it has standard +/- connexion. Just make sure to get 6 ohm speakers.


Studio monitors would be a good choice also, but in most case you will have to get an interface, and it will end costing you more.
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