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Old 12-29-2006, 11:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible?
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depends on the connectors i suppose.
but i would suggest buying a pc audio system you can definitely find on in that price range that whoops @$$.
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Yeah, you definitely could make it work but I don't think it's worth it. Just get a pair of logitechs or altec lansings. Monster makes nice things but I don't know about their speaker department. You'd be better off just getting a set of PC speakers for that amount of money.
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If you got that you wouldnt need to mod it. You could buy the Creative Decoder DDTS-100 and connect the speakers to your PS2, pc and any other media things you have at the same time. Can have up to 8 things but that will cost you another $120 so depends on if u wanna spend that much.
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Personally I would rather spend the money on a nice set of logitechs...
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Yeah, You could probably get a higher watt set of logitechs. Monster is more known for making guitar cables and things of that nature, They're probably no name speakers and components.
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I found that speaker system above for $55.00 but there sold out now.
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65 watts rms. That's really not going to throw out any punch at all. That's about the kind of power you find in wal-mart pc speakers.
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just go for something that works, like Z-5450/5500s
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ya you could get close to z5500 for that price. And the rms wattage aint worth sh** for a 5.1.
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