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Old 10-16-2006, 06:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone recomend any particular brand of speakers or model, which are the best?
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Old 10-16-2006, 06:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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logitech, altec lansing, klipsch
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I bought the 7.1 Creative speakers, as seen here... I've been very happy with them, though I'm not one of those who cranks it up to shake the house next door-type!
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Klipsch FTW
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I prefer Logitech. Creative, Klipsch, Altec Lansing, they're all good.
Bose is good too, but they're pretty spendy.
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Old 10-16-2006, 09:23 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I have Altec Lansing now, and they are good. But I would say go for either Logitech or Klipsch. It's kind of off-topic, but my dad is running Klipsch 5.1 upstairs off a Marantz reciever. The sub is 1000 watts, and boy we shake the whole house down.

Nonetheless, it does go to show that Klipsch is good quality.
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holy shyt 1000 watt sub? i have been in a car with 1000 watt sub and i have to plug my ears and i can stil feel the pounding with my heart or chest.. or w/e. 1000watt sub is not pleasant. i would say 100-200 watt is the best range.
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The Logitech Z5500 is still the best speakers out there
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klipsch ALL THE WAY
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i had a fire at my house and i lost my klipsch 2.1, but i am deff going to go get another set. You want a good sub for a little computer speaker system that 2.1 bumped and sounded really good.
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