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$100 speakers?

By hyjacked · 4 replies
Mar 22, 2002
  1. Hey
    I'm looking to buy some new speakers, looking for a 5.1 setup, with s/pdif(the digital optical thing).

    any suggestions, price range is kinda fixed, about $100 is about all i can afford, can go up to $125, but would rather not.
  2. Walker

    Walker TS Rookie


    Creative makes a decent set of 5.1 for around 100$ i dont remember the model but i seem to remember them getting good reviews..:grinthumb
  3. uncleel

    uncleel TS Rookie Posts: 980

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    Audio and Video > Speakers, Klipsch, Altec, Logitech

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    (Creative Labs) 6PC INSPIRE 5.1 5300 SPEAKERS SRS W/ AC ADAPT STAND SUBWOOFER Lowest Price: $ 71.40

    Description: Creative Inspire™ 5.1 5300 adds Dolby 5.1 home-theater quality audio to your movies, music, and games. This powerful speaker solution is designed to produce 6 discrete channels when combined with a Sound Blaster® Audigy™ or Sound Blaster Live!™ 5.1 s

    General Features: Subwoofer Included
    Number of Included Speakers: 5+subwoofer
    Power Output Total: 48 W
    Powered Sub-Woofer: Yes
    Speaker Configuration: Five Speakers and Sub-Woofer (5.1)
    System Type: PC
    Maximum Frequency Response: 20000 Hz
    Minimum Frequency Response: 47 Hz

    * or buy two sets of Labtech Pulse 424's
  4. hyjacked

    hyjacked TS Rookie Topic Starter

    creative inspire 5.1 inspire may be what i settle for...but it doesn't have s/pdif
  5. boeingfixer

    boeingfixer TS Rookie Posts: 1,006

    Look at the other treads, I asked a simmilar question. I would choose the z-504's from Logitech. But for $125, you probably aren't going to find a 5.1 thats worth anything. Just my thought.
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