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    New Speaker Suggestions

    I am curious as to what are the good speak brands out there, I am looking for new ones to go with my pc, maybe surround sound or just two speakers and a bass, I am kind of ready to get rid of my Dell speakers lol.

    Also, am on a budget of about $60 to $70
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    Can't go wrong with Logitech...... They have a great line-up.
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    oh, can you guys give me a suggestion on a logitech model or even another brand.
    Last edited by Kevin007; 05-22-05 at 09:11 AM.
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    logitech z series is the way to go

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    any other suggestions?
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    If you want something really good you'll have to spend more than $60.

    Even a good 2.1 system will be over $100.

    I got this Soundstick II 2.1 system at Cosco for $120.



    Very nice looking and sounds even better.

    Go listen to a set if you can.
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    nice
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    i really like these speakers..
    http://store.yahoo.com/microsource-s...-gtclmslv.html
    i heard them at a few stores and they sounded great, better then the 100+ logitech and creative systems that they had, the bass on this one wasn't as boomy and more accurate and the tweeters covered their range with accuracy.

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    anymore suggestions?
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    if ur really into having good sound quality i prefer these
    ProMedia 4.1 - 300$


    In ur range price u can get Logitech z-640 which has a very good surround sound. Go to bestbuy or compusa and check out what they have and then check out the reviews and soon ur gonna know what ur gonna get.
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    For the price the Logitec X530 are decent, i have some and got some for a friend who is big into audio and he thinks they are not bad for the price.

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    i second that. the logitech x-530 are the best youll get for the money you have . on new egg there only $50 and yes they are VERY high quality the only problem with them is there is no "option buttons" on the sub except for the main volume of the sub

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    what do youg uys think about these http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/pr...CONTENTID=9372

    know anywhere I can get them cheaper, probely newegg
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    I'd suggest going to an electronics store and listening to the speakers and find one you like. Then go online and find the best deal. It never hurts to hear what you're getting...
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    yea, I was thinking about going to wal-mart or circuit city.
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    i have the older version of those z-series... very nice stuff there
    amazon might have them for cheaper than newegg dunno

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    if you don't like bass don't get the logitechs, i guess if you like quality bass you shouldn't buy them either, far too boomy and loose to be considered good IMHO

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    IMHO? I was thinking about getting the z-2300 on http://www.pricewatch.com/ can anybody find a site with them cheaper, some sites are like $150
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    the "audiphiles" like to bash anything they think is inferior, when in fact they are still decent.
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    I have another option, the z-5300 speakers are quite nice.
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