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Poll Results: what speakers

 
  • 14% (3)
    X-540
  • 38% (8)
    Z-2300
  • 19% (4)
    G51
  • 28% (6)
    Other
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post #41 of 64
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Originally Posted by lowkickqop View Post
Logitech G51 for 147.98 Shipped. I've owned logitech z-2300 and now I own logitech g51. I'm much happier with my G51's. They are much more dynamic.

http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-G51-S...tag=slickdeals
those look good but they are a little more but it might be worth it
post #42 of 64
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what about this sound card http://us.creative.com/products/prod...&product=16071
post #43 of 64
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so are the G51 one of the best for the money if so im gonna go for those
post #44 of 64
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added a poll
post #45 of 64
I am actually think about getting the Z-2300, would the G51 be better for music?
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post #46 of 64
seriously, why Logitech? for that money you can get some great speakers that are not plastic.
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Yeah. If the subwoofer has a plastic cabinet, it won't sound as good as one with a wooden cabinet.
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post #48 of 64
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Originally Posted by juventuscadillac View Post
seriously, why Logitech? for that money you can get some great speakers that are not plastic.
do you have any suggestions
post #49 of 64
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Yeah. If the subwoofer has a plastic cabinet, it won't sound as good as one with a wooden cabinet.
yeah i know u have had both but i dont like it to loud or my parents get mad and tell me to turn it down.
post #50 of 64
With a wooden cabinet, the low-end is better sounding; even at lower volume levels. It's not necessarily louder, but it's just better. Plastic subwoofer enclosures lean towards a boomy sound. But wooden ones lean more towards a thunderous sound (not louder, but more pleasing). That's why high-end subwoofers for cars and home theater systems are made out of wood. And I'm not sure if you've noticed, but the better sounding stereo systems have speakers that are housed in wooden cabinets.

Since you can't turn up very loud, then I think the Altec Lansing VS4121's would be absolutely perfect for you. I have to keep the volume down because of my parents too. But even when they're gone and I crank it while being careful of my hearing, I never get distortion. I suppose I do, but I never notice it. Actually, ever since I went from the Audigy 2 ZS to the X-Fi Xtremegamer, I have even less subwoofer distortion (and general distortion), and the low-end is even deeper and cleaner, and clearer. It sounded like I went and bought better speakers!

That's kinda why I was being a little pushy about my system. But then again, everyone who likes they're own system is gonna be a bit biased. hehe
Edited by TwoCables - 1/3/09 at 8:01pm
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