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Originally Posted by Shiveron;12629183 
None. Don't buy anything for 50$ as it is a waste of 50$. Just save up a little and get some real speakers. They're worth it.

I agree.
My Logitech Z 313 2.1 set gets the job done...but it drives me nuts with the low quality. I wish I had saved up more and bought some real speakers.
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post #12 of 12
Invest in $200 headphones instead. If you already have a stereo system why spend $ to build another? IMO it makes way more sense to spend money on a decent soundcard and cans and cheap out on the speakers.
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