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post #11 of 14
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sub hiting grill will check that too.. i read that somehwere

Gonna see if the support is still good i send them a message right now smile.gif

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post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by pioneerisloud View Post

All you have to do is connect the speaker wires. I listed everything you need. With "prebuilts" you still have to assemble by connecting the speakers. Same amount of work but 100x better sound.

Honestly OP this is your best option, I really wish I would have done this before I bought my promedia 2.1.
post #13 of 14
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The Dayton b652's are rated 5w 4ohm the logitech are 10w 6ohm if i remember anything more powerfull? I think i will follow your advice smile.gif



Lepai LP-269FS Lepai 4x45W Mini Amplifier with Remote USB MP3 SD FM Any good? smile.gif I like the fact of remote Logmein to change music on my phone in my bed is pretty hard on 4.75 inch screen mad.gif




Idk i wait for klipsch to answer and i will get the 2 years extended for 20$ lol return and take another thumb.gif Or the 80$ z623 if i like them...

Or any other good build that you can give me idea Amp + bookshelf under 200$ The subwoofer is not important for now smile.gif
Edited by bonami2 - 10/1/13 at 8:39pm
post #14 of 14
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What you think of M-audio av-40? can they play loud?

Their monitor so i can use them at low volume without problem too smile.gif
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