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    Got a SB75G2 (first revision) was wondering what speakers to get for it. Would the Logitec Z-680 be compatible? I currently have the DTT2500 5.1 speakers which I have had for ages, but now the computer doesnt have the SBlive and Daughter board I can't plug the digital din in. It will manage 4.1 only.

    Any suggestions? Would like a decent set though, not the creative 5.1 speakers,

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    What sound input does it have?
    To err is human. To really foul things up ... you need a computer.

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    try Z-2200 2.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flanderz
    Got a SB75G2 (first revision) was wondering what speakers to get for it. Would the Logitec Z-680 be compatible? I currently have the DTT2500 5.1 speakers which I have had for ages, but now the computer doesnt have the SBlive and Daughter board I can't plug the digital din in. It will manage 4.1 only.

    Any suggestions? Would like a decent set though, not the creative 5.1 speakers,
    The Z-680's willwork fine with that, I use them on my SN45G

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    I looked at those Myth, just seemed obscene to pay £100 for 2.1 speakers ... But if you want quality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flanderz
    I looked at those Myth, just seemed obscene to pay £100 for 2.1 speakers ... But if you want quality
    well over here there only £50... I just love thoes UK prices! However they sound great! And the bass is amazing!

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    There really is nothing wrong with Creative speakers you know. Get some Creative 5.1 5300 speakers, they can be had for dirt cheap and they really are excellent and sound so much better than what there worth. I've seen OEM one's for £22.
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