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  1. Hi Guys I have a Toneport UX2 but am desperately short on desk space and am sick of the thing moving around the desk when anything is plugged into it. I'm looking for a way of rackmounting it or suspending it from the underside of my desk using some kind of bracket. Any ideas for anything that may work? My woodworking skills are awful or I would have made something out of timber.
  2. OK, thanks guys. I might actually just go with a fairly even hifi speaker as I cant seem to find monitors small enough that are actually decent and cheap. Thanks for the advice!
  3. The Denon does evidently have a line level input so should be ok I guess? Just need to find some small decent passive monitors. Would you suggest near field monitors or not. My office is very small; I don't know the difference to be honest though!
  4. Wow, nice kit. I'll do some research on the Denon. Thinking of using that to run a couple of passive monitors.
  5. Any idea how I find out about line levels? I haven't even heard of that before to be honest. You mention that you have some decent monitors, what do you have and what do you use for an amp? Also, do the monitors give a good result for things other than music production (ie gaming, listening to music, movies)? Thanks for the reply!
  6. Hi I have a PC/Mac hybrid with Line6 Toneport UX2 soundcard a PS3 (with optical output). I use the toneport for all my guitar/bass amplification needs at home and also record with it via Logic Pro. I have a decent pair of PC speakers (Hercules 2.1) but cant hook the PS3 up to them. I'm thinking about getting something like this Denon Mini Hifi which will easily accommodate the Toneport UX2. It's small which is important as it'll be going in my very small home office. My main worry here is that it wont sound great; but surely it'll be far better than my PC speakers??? I'm especially worried about how the speakers might handle angry guitar tones etc. I know for a home studio setup the ideal is to use studio monitors but I don't have so much flexibility with inputs with those and I guess they are only good for work via Logic really. Anyway guys, your experiences/thoughts/recommendations would be appreciated on this. Jim
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