Office speakers?

AT home I have a Mac tube amp 2102 with a mac pre 2200. My signal comes from a trivista SACD and ends with the Sonus Cremonas and Auditors...

At work I spend most of my time behind a couple of computers with dual monitors... and listen to some computer speakers with a cheap woofer... I am thinking about changing that. I am pretty set on the Rotel 1062 int. and the rotel 1072 CD Player... I am open to some synergy here...with regards to speakers. :) They have to be small, because I will set them along side the monitors. My thoughts are Epos 3's or 5. Perhaps something a little forward and swift such as the Proac or perhaps even the Totem Arrows or the spendors. Placement will be a problem and I know soundstage probably will not happen in my space... I could eventually get two sets and then use the AB switch on the integrated to play the ones I am sitting in front of... Any suggestions.. comments?
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We have found the Usher S520 to be an excellent near-field loudspeaker. They are front ported (can snug them close to the wall), shielded (for monitor protection), mirrored tweeter arrangment, stellar build quality and excellent tonality. As a matter of fact, we have them in the use in out entry of our store (flanking a computer using an integrated and hard drive and iPod for source). They ae the first thing the customer sees and hears. Pretty remarkable sound for $400.00 per pair...

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I kind of ran a similar thread a few months back....

I was doing the same thing as you==a 2nd system of sorts and looking for "decent sound". I ended up w/ some spica's with stands. Driving it with a Mcintosh 1700 receiver. The suggestions were above & like you were thinking, some proac tablettes or old rogers ls3 or something. Good luck & you'll end up with a nice system.
Bob, you've been mentioning M&K a lot lately. It's strikes me as odd because almost no one talks about them, yet they have been around for a long time.

Do you have a lot of experience with them, or do you have a friend that is a dealer for them?
Thanks Guys... I just took a peek at the ushers and picked up a review from stereophile. I can not use stands at this point - so I will have to set them next to the monitors... They are knocking out a wall and I will get stretched out a bit - but... THe old Rogers would be fun.
I love the M&K size but don't see much on them... Would be nice to hear...

It would be nice to have a couple of monitors for a different interpretation of the music... That's why I really want the AB switch...

Thanks and keep the advice coming.. :)
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I've heard very good things about these:

Swans Diva, $200/pr. new, there's a pair on Agon right now for $170:
I would second the recommendation for the Usher 520's. Another small speaker I own and like even more is the Soliloquy SAT 5. It's harder to find because Soliloquy is out of business but it's a great small speaker.
I have Sat-5's and can recommend them highly as well. Definitely a solid step above the Epos 3's. A significant step above the Soliloquy's, but at a price, I recently was very imressed by Era Design 5 speakers. The sounds that come from those tiny boxes are nothing short of amazing. They'll definitely give you a fuller range than the Sat 5's or Epos 3. There's also a very small Dali speaker that does similar wonders at a price, but I can't recall which one.

Well thank you all very much... I ended up buying the Onix SP3 Mk2, Music hall cd25, and the Quad 11s. I grabbed the wireworld oasis 5 for interconnects and it's companion for the speaker wire... I have not ventured into to power cords yet, but am interested in some isolation items... I puchased some iso nodes for the amp and cd player and would like to stack them but think I have spent enough money already... :) Probably will just pick up another set of speakers in the future... maybe some Majico minis... :) I will try to check your recomendations out marco...