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don't get the sp2200s, either save up for the sp2500's or get something else

and if you play bc2, and plan on bf3. Get the sp2500's, you won't regret it.

Cuse me, thought you said sp2500's in title.
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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by Hotcarl View Post
don't get the sp2200s, either save up for the sp2500's or get something else

and if you play bc2, and plan on bf3. Get the sp2500's, you won't regret it.

Cuse me, thought you said sp2500's in title.
I was looking to spend about 220-250 tops, and the sp2500's are above that themselves.

If I were to really go all out, I have a home theatre 5.1 surround with a 12" sub that I could work towards setting up, but I was hoping to just get some 2.1's preferably on the cheap, to run most single-player games and such, I mainly rely on my headphones for MP FPS/TS...
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I've heard the 2200s are pretty bad, and the 2500s are frankly way too expensive at retail. Look at getting a decent receiver with some passive bookshelf speakers, with a budget subwoofer. Better results, probably for less.
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I've heard the 2200s are pretty bad, and the 2500s are frankly way too expensive at retail. Look at getting a decent receiver with some passive bookshelf speakers, with a budget subwoofer. Better results, probably for less.
I have all that already, lol.

2 floor standers, 2 bookshelf and a center + 12" subwoofer + yamaha receiver.

But I was looking for something less bulky
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