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post #11 of 12
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Originally Posted by soulwrath View Post

You can also find a good receiver on cragilist for liek $50


sure if you have the desk space

here is a photo of my desk with my $20 i paid for it Kenwood KR-V106R and contrasting in size with my SMSL SA-S3 T-amp ($60 shipped) ... honestly yes the kenwood is better and has 100WPC but as you can see it is GIGANTIC compared to the SMSL. T-amps are a very compelling option for the desktop space challanced.


post #12 of 12
I'm personally of the opinion that going the whole "reciever/passive speaker/sub" route isn't necessary for your needs, and frankly can be a hassle, especially if you're coming from Logitech Z-2300's. There really isn't anything wrong with getting yourself a good 2.1 system. In addition to the suggestion for Klipsch Pro-Media's and Corsair speakers, I'd nudge you towards Swan M50W's, which kind of fell off the face of the Earth for some reason, but it's slightly more music oriented and is a decent option. I will 2nd that it'd be a good idea to get some sort of sound card, but no need to get overly fancy, just search the threads in this forum section to note which cards would be good.
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