Being new to the world of virtual pianos, I've quickly discovered my computer's Altec Lansing satellite/subwoofer speaker system (which has been good for most applications) just isn't cutting it for playing keyboard/virtual piano. Although the sound is pretty decent, at the approximate volume of a Steinway D, the satellite speakers are distorting and, well....I need something better.
If anyone has suggestions for a good speaker system to best suit the acoustic piano sound for around $100 or under, please let me know. Since I'm practicing at home, they don't need to be mega-power, just enough watts to handle the approximate volume of a 9' grand when dynamics are at a peak.
Just called Guitar Center and the sound tech suggested Numark NPM5 (25w) and Mackie MR5 (65w) studio monitors. I'm thinking just a good computer speaker system will suffice.