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Here you go: http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/8030LSE/


do these have the connections I am after?

I had a look at the image briefly but couldnt see the rear. They would want to for the price

but honestly I am better off jsut hokoing up my jbls if i wanted to go this big.
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Replacing junk with more junk....is just going to leave you with a hole in your pocket.

If you want good sounding 5.1, then step up and get a receiver, some bookshelfs, and a powered sub. If you don't like that option, then stick with your Logicrap z5500 then. Sorry, meant Logitech. tongue.gif Anything "5.1 in a box" is all going to sound just as horrible as the next option.
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Replacing junk with more junk....is just going to leave you with a hole in your pocket.
If you want good sounding 5.1, then step up and get a receiver, some bookshelfs, and a powered sub. If you don't like that option, then stick with your Logicrap z5500 then. Sorry, meant Logitech. tongue.gif Anything "5.1 in a box" is all going to sound just as horrible as the next option.

your point is starting to stick.....

ok, lets say I had between 1- $2k for now. and a denon 5.1 amp.

What would you do......and if your recommendations go higher in price, tell me why they are better.thumb.gif

I am still an audiophile at heart but I just dont spend enough time in here mixing or playing pc games to actually think hard enough about it.

You are right about the logitech, for kiddie wow booming factor they pass but for mixing and recording the sound is not good.
    
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Replacing junk with more junk....is just going to leave you with a hole in your pocket.
If you want good sounding 5.1, then step up and get a receiver, some bookshelfs, and a powered sub. If you don't like that option, then stick with your Logicrap z5500 then. Sorry, meant Logitech. tongue.gif Anything "5.1 in a box" is all going to sound just as horrible as the next option.

your point is starting to stick.....

ok, lets say I had between 1- $2k for now. and a denon 5.1 amp.

What would you do......and if your recommendations go higher in price, tell me why they are better.thumb.gif

I am still an audiophile at heart but I just dont spend enough time in here mixing or playing pc games to actually think hard enough about it.

Honestly, I would just grab some Polk Monitor bookshelfs, the CS20 center, and your choice of powered subwoofer, and call it a day. You're clearly not after anything TOO terribly nice (given that you were looking for a "PC Speaker" replacement), so why spend more than that? You'll already be light years ahead of the z5500 set with just some simple Polk Monitor bookshelfs + active sub (with a receiver). It'll plug in easily enough via HDMI or optical through your onboard sound outputs too, so you honestly don't even need a sound card.

My 2 cents.

If you really WANT to spend more than some Polk bookshelfs, then I think Simca might have some better suggestions. I only really know the "budget" side of home audio, as that's all I ever buy myself.
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Honestly, I would just grab some Polk Monitor bookshelfs, the CS20 center, and your choice of powered subwoofer, and call it a day. You're clearly not after anything TOO terribly nice (given that you were looking for a "PC Speaker" replacement), so why spend more than that? You'll already be light years ahead of the z5500 set with just some simple Polk Monitor bookshelfs + active sub (with a receiver). It'll plug in easily enough via HDMI or optical through your onboard sound outputs too, so you honestly don't even need a sound card.
My 2 cents.
If you really WANT to spend more than some Polk bookshelfs, then I think Simca might have some better suggestions. I only really know the "budget" side of home audio, as that's all I ever buy myself.

hmm, .....or I could just permanently have the eon's blaring movie playback.......this has become difficult as I start researching. (Just like most on here I always end up buying and replacing items on the pc that could last longer0- i was kicking a 2500k not long ago that did everything I need, ...and yet i still bought a 2700k. the 480's in sli where ok for the 1080 but then i wanted a dell 3011 and had to get 680 4gb's in sli......it's addictive isnt it?

In logicraps defense, the xifi crystaliser and some fiddling does help them sound slightly less ear jerking.
    
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Honestly, I would just grab some Polk Monitor bookshelfs, the CS20 center, and your choice of powered subwoofer, and call it a day. You're clearly not after anything TOO terribly nice (given that you were looking for a "PC Speaker" replacement), so why spend more than that? You'll already be light years ahead of the z5500 set with just some simple Polk Monitor bookshelfs + active sub (with a receiver). It'll plug in easily enough via HDMI or optical through your onboard sound outputs too, so you honestly don't even need a sound card.
My 2 cents.
If you really WANT to spend more than some Polk bookshelfs, then I think Simca might have some better suggestions. I only really know the "budget" side of home audio, as that's all I ever buy myself.

hmm, .....or I could just permanently have the eon's blaring movie playback.......this has become difficult as I start researching. (Just like most on here I always end up buying and replacing items on the pc that could last longer0- i was kicking a 2500k not long ago that did everything I need, ...and yet i still bought a 2700k. the 480's in sli where ok for the 1080 but then i wanted a dell 3011 and had to get 680 4gb's in sli......it's addictive isnt it?

In logicraps defense, the xifi crystaliser and some fiddling does help them sound slightly less ear jerking.

Yeah, and see I can't even STAND the XFi Crystalizer with my $30 Dayton bookshelfs + $100 T amp. It makes things just sound horrible. When I had "PC Speakers" before though, the Crystalizer did help quite a bit.

The thing with audio though, is once you find some good equipment you're happy with, it can last a life time. A receiver isn't all that hard to hide on a desk anyway. wink.gif Heck, there's other options out there too, to where you could still get this same effect but hide the amplifiers. You could use T amps and the 3.5mm outputs of your sound card. 3x T amps would give you front, rear, and center. Then just add in a powered subwoofer, and just set those T amps / subwoofer to the right gains, and hide them.
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As above interested to hear peoples opinions.
I currently have the logitech z5500, but am looking to upgrade for better sound.

You re not going to find a 5.1 system without needing a reciever, or at least none that I know of. those examples given are just ridiculous. Your best best would be bookshelf speakers, a center, surrounds, and sub woofer. Sorry to bust your bubble but it's not going to happen.
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There are good all in one 5.1 systems, but they aren't cost effective. It would be better in the long run to just get a receiver and create your own setup.

Receivers aren't a big deal either. They don't have to be on your desk, plus they come with remotes.
    
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There are good all in one 5.1 systems, but they aren't cost effective. It would be better in the long run to just get a receiver and create your own setup.

Receivers aren't a big deal either. They don't have to be on your desk, plus they come with remotes.

Like I said above, he can also get some T amps and use those to power the bookshelfs, and just hide them behind his computer or something. Little T amps are super easy to hide. It would be more complicated of a setup though, and would rely on Windows to adjust the volume.
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