Hey, all. Hope this finds you well. Gorgeously autumnal morning here in southwest Virginny. So I recently bought a Korg B1 for portable, realistic-enough piano sounds on local gigs. Kind of stopgap, as a really high-end piano + B3-imitating thang is (way) down the economic road. It is good enough, with among the better "natural" sounding piano tones I've heard from a lowish-end electric. Pretty good keyboard feel, too. (Not interested in its minimally meh-ish other onboard sounds.) The problem is that its onboard speakers, while good for playing solo at home, are pretty quiet even turned all the way up, and mic'ing them isn't always feasible. It has a 1/8" headphones jack, but the only speakers I have for that are old computer ones. These are an active system that are loud enough, but they distort just when they're reaching high-enough volume levels for even an acoustic gig. So what would be a GOOD set of as-affordable-as-possible, 1/8" plug-in outboard speakers here? Something I can plug in to give the B1 elbow room in, say, an acoustic gig where the vocals and guitars may be mic'd? Is going through a small amp advised, assuming a good 1/8" to 1/4" plug/adapter won't monkey-wrench the signal chain? Thanks for your thoughts.