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Originally Posted by Biscuits_N_Gravy View Post
Go with the promedia.

At my last job I had a set of Promedias in my office, and my coworker had the Z-2300's. There is still a set of Promedia 4.1 speakers in my wifes office.

All I have to say is he always came to hang out in my office when I was playing music. His speakers honestly sounded like trash compared to the Klipsch set.

A bad case of morning gas sounded better than the Z-2300's.
This.

To be honest, I have yet to hear a set of Logitech speakers that sound better than even my lowly little Altec Lansing VS4121s. It's like all Logitech thinks people care about is boomy low end. I will never understand. Sure, some Logitech speaker products sound more powerful than mine, but the sound quality at normal listening levels still doesn't beat my speakers.
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post #12 of 40
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
Are you saying that you're surprised this happened? Based on what you said here, I would have just been sitting there waiting for it to happen.
With the well-known quality of Klipsch, yes I am surprised.
     
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With the well-known quality of Klipsch, yes I am surprised.
Was it really freakin' loud the whole time too?
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Was it really freakin' loud the whole time too?
Yea, it was a house party at my friend's house at the time
     
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post #15 of 40
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Yea, it was a house party at my friend's house at the time
OH! I see! Yeah, these are computer speakers. Do you see what I'm saying? They're not meant to entertain a house party. They're meant to entertain one person while they're sitting at their computer.

So yeah, if I were at that party, then I would have been laughing to myself because I would have been just watching the time waiting for the speakers to blow.

I'm sorry, but that's the truth. These aren't house party speakers, and they're not intended to be cranked to 85% for extended periods of time like that!
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I had my klipsch speakers for 3+ years and had no major issues with them.
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I had my klipsch speakers for 3+ years and had no major issues with them.
This.

Again: they're not house party speakers.
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post #18 of 40
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OH! I see! Yeah, these are computer speakers. Do you see what I'm saying? They're not meant to entertain a house party. They're meant to entertain one person while they're sitting at their computer.

So yeah, if I were at that party, then I would have been laughing to myself because I would have been just watching the time waiting for the speakers to blow.

I'm sorry, but that's the truth. These aren't house party speakers, and they're not intended to be cranked to 85% for extended periods of time like that!
No, no don't get me wrong, I know these are computer speakers lol.

But it was the only speakers that we had at the time, I'm just saying that high volumes on the Promedia 2.1's break over time in my experience, just a "warning" for some people to take if they plan on playing their music loud, that's all

No harm/flame intended TwoCables
     
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Originally Posted by ThumperSD View Post
Promedias should sound much better but a lot of people complain about reliability issues
This!

I;m at the same boat 1-2 months ago..

Heard quite a lot about promedia reliability..
But I cant justify getting the Z-2300 for its SQ ..

But between the two ..go Promedia 2.1 all the way!!!
May be you get lucky when you buy promedia 2.1 (good quality)

*I opted on getting a passive bs + a good t-amp
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No, no don't get me wrong, I know these are computer speakers lol.

But it was the only speakers that we had at the time, I'm just saying that high volumes on the Promedia 2.1's break over time in my experience, just a "warning" for some people to take if they plan on playing their music loud, that's all

No harm/flame intended TwoCables
Nobody is gonna be able to withstand that volume level for that length of time while sitting at their computer.

But you made a great point just now: these are awesome speakers, but they're not meant to fill a house. They're more or less really-freakin-awesome personal speakers.
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