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computer speakers, want to find a real good set


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sulobaid

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Hey geeks! :) . i need some help, my old speaker set is getting worn out, i have Logitech Z-530 5.1, they've been great for a few years but never quite hit the spot as far as power (they have always gotten fuzzy when you go real loud, they are very bassy when you go loud too). i would really like some speakers that can go really loud but still be clear. I was looking at these speakers on newegg z-5500, they look like what i want (although they are quite expensive), but i wanted to see if anyone here can think of something better or just what they think of those logitechs. I know that for good speakers im gonna have to fork over quite a bit of cash but if someone knows of any great deals that would be wonderful.

Thanks for any help!
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Cl455icCh4o5

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forget pc speakers all of them are rubbish, they lack high definition in higher htz and bass at lower htz

the best solution is to buy a home stereo system or surround sound, pc speakers charge big bucks for bigger watt systems you can get a massive watt surround system for alot less.

the only thing you will need is a standard phono to universal jack connector which will cost nothing.
for higher quality you can always add a good soundcard this dramatically increases proformance.


i'm currently running a 1000w Phillips suround through my PC and occasionally my laptop full surround and a massive sub it only cost me 150
for your sort of price range you should be thinking of at least a 800w system.



good hunting

Edited by Cl455icCh4o5, 05 March 2010 - 03:32 PM.

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Thanks a ton! great advice i shall look at home stereo setups
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