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Any suggestions on a good pair of speakers (possibly with a subwoofer) for a computer that costs under 60 dollars?
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16836121019

These are really nice speakers smile.gif
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After setting up the Edifier 1900TII for my niece i am thinking of the junior model 1200T for one of the bedrooms actually tongue.gif
http://vip.dinodirect.com/speaker-multimedia-edifier-r1200t.html

For $50 and not being made to sound like a joke when compared to something like M-Audio AV40 can't be a bad buy me thinks hehe
http://www.modsynergy.com/review170.html
Edited by trog - 8/4/11 at 10:37am
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if it wasn't for the wood panel side view i'd be all over that. thanks though.
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Yep u are welcomed tongue.gif
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The Edifier's specs look like crap, and the woofer uses a foam surround.


Get the Dayton B652 + Lepai TA2020 (both can be found on PartsExpress.com) Best bang for the buck.
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I would recommend these: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16836121032&Tpk=logitech%20z320

I own a pair, sound is great, just lacking a bit of bass though, which isn't a problem to me because I only use them for games.
    
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Originally Posted by FearSC549;14407540 
The Edifier's specs look like crap, and the woofer uses a foam surround.


Get the Dayton B652 + Lepai TA2020 (both can be found on PartsExpress.com) Best bang for the buck.

holy hell is this an old thread to bump but these are great recommendations. Picking them up as a christmas present for my sister smile.gif
    
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