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Edifier R1280T Powered Bookshelf Speakers

Edifier R1280T Powered Bookshelf Speakers

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Can i dj wit dis?
i did a listening test / shootout between these, Kanto YU4 and Mackie CR3.... the Edifer was the worst of the bunch. buyer be ware!
I currently own a pair of Behringer MS16s and I'm looking to find something more visually and aurally attractive. Do these fit the bill, or should I hold out for something better?
This or the Edifier r1800t3
It's possible to make shipping to Europe?
Bought these to connect to a laptop running Bias FX Desktop...phwoar!  They sound GREAT at any volume...but then again, my son and I play metal, so we're looking for heavier tone.  I haven't listened to music much through them, but of that I have I didn't notice any tonal imbalances as someone else commented.  Very happy with my purchase.
I almost took the plunge here,but something told me not too.I was swayed towards the Fluance SX6 and i'm glad I was!! What a tremendous find!!
abarginhunterpro7
The Fluance is a passive set of speakers, these are active and include the amp. These are also half of the price.
uctech
yes I know,uctech. Thank you for your input.To each his own I guess.Who knows maybe sometime down the road we'll consider these again?( R1280T ).Enjoy the day!!
Got these from Amazon a few months ago. They do look pretty awesome, and the build quality is good, but the sound for my personal taste is rather disappointing. These speakers are really good for bass heavy music like pop, rap, and stuff like that: the bass is very strong and makes this BOOM BOOM BOOM, that many people tend to enjoy. However, if you're trying to listen to rock, or anything that has bass guitar and/or drums in the record, most likely you won't be happy with the sound because the bass overlaps the instruments and vocals, so the music sounds very muddy, unclear, and just bad in general.
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Yes, both the bass and the treble is adjustable, but even with the minimum bass and the maximum treble (or at any other position) they sound equally muddy. However, if you're listening to a song with a strong beat it's nice to add even more bass.
What equalizer are you using. These speakers sound great with my Airport Express, but when I pug my AT PL-50 turntable in, with pre-amp on, they sound really muddy. I'd like to put an equalizer in between them.
Get that Crosley out of here.
What's shipping on these like? Mass drop's hiding the shipping cost all of a sudden.
Farrago
$13.75 for me (in the US)
Farrago
yea its cause you just never get them
How does the speakers sound compared to the HiVi Swans M10?
el3xtrosky
I'd definitely go with the M10s over these. I originally had a pair of these, and then upgraded to the Swans. Although the Swans lack bass, the treble and midrange is far better than these speakers. They almost sound "muddy" on say, Dark Side of the Moon or other really intricate records. If you're just looking for a pair of computer speakers or "multimedia" they should work fine. But anything like vinyl, you can do better with the Swan M10s IMHO. Not an audiophile, just a guy who has owned both and kept the Swan M10s.
Can I use these speakers with my TV that I have hooked up to one of my PC's using HDMI to the TV?
(The TV does have RCA.)
Draggen
The short answer to your question is yes. By looking at the back shot of the speaker and its inputs, the only audio in is RCA audio. There are two of them one marked PC, and the other marked AUX, so it seems you can plug in 2 sources. As long as your TV has RCA OUT.
AverageJooe
They actually come with RCA to 3.5MM which some tv's have a 3.5 out now and a hell of a lot of flat screens come with RCA out