|Sep 21, 2003, 03:14 AM||#1|
i have a new powerbook in the mail, and i was thinking i would invest in a new speaker set, hopefully one that comes with a sub, and 2 desktop speakers, and one of the speakers HAS TO HAVE A HEADPHONE PLUG. (most i find never have them, to my disgust)
any suggestions? please only if you have them or have direct experience with them, and preferably in the $50-100 range.
|Sep 21, 2003, 11:09 AM||#3|
if you don't decide to buy d0ct0rteeth's speakers, i would still recomend getting some yamahas. they don't take up too much room, are quite powerful, sound great, and are not very expensive. i have a set of YST MS50 speakers that i use when i don't hook my computer up to my stereo.
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|Sep 21, 2003, 06:19 PM||#4|
Logitech makes some kickin speakers that are really cost effective.
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