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    Post Logitech Z2300 2.1 Speakers

    For owners of these beauties, can you tell me if the speakers are wall mountable ?

    Thinking of getting them for my home cinema setup.

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    Dunno if they're wall mountable, but I was thinking about getting the same speakers until I read the user reviews on Zdnet/Cnet where various people have hammered these speakers for the lack of midrange and reviews for not picking this up...

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    Any links to those reviews ?

    Also, still after an answer to my original question please...?

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    What about these ones instead then ?

    Altec Lansing MX5021 -> http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=128446

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    I have these speakers and they rock so dam hard! Both my X-Fi Fatal1ty and My speakers are THX certified so music is amazing and movies send a shiver down your body!

    I love them! As for wallmountable - You would need a bracket as theres no holes on the speakers.

    My rating would be 9/10!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeleFragX
    As for wallmountable - You would need a bracket as theres no holes on the speakers.
    ..as in any old speaker bracket, or a specific one to this model ?

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    No any Would do.. Just for something for them to sit on - theres no holes on them. But one problem is..

    The sound and bass goes TOO HIGH! I get temped to wack it up but have never been half way and thats too loud!

    Anyway I would recommend the speakers. There a little bit pricey but you get what you pay for!
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    Is the bass still madly overpowered like the Z2200's?

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    You can turn it up or down to almost off or yes - overpowered.
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    So, do you guys think these are suitable for a home cinema setup or not ?
    If not, what recommendations could you give me for 2.1s ?

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    I would yes. As said they are THX cerified and THX is using in a lot of movies - infact our cinema has a screen with just THX sound. The quality is great! Well theres my input it's upto you now!
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    I was considering these, but in the end i just stole my mums HI-FI out of the lounge room

    Does the job here...

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    i have these, and they will deafen you so dont cuss them! they really are amazing, as for wall mountable, theres nothign on the back for this, so i suppose youll need special brackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by machinist
    What about these ones instead then ?

    Altec Lansing MX5021 -> http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/Produ...oductID=128446

    I have these - they are very good - check the reviews (just google Altec Lansing MX5021 for a fistful) and they come with wall mounts.
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    You can turn it up or down to almost off or yes - overpowered.
    I think the 2200's had a bass control knob, but it did bugger all and the bass still saturated any sounds. Loud isn't always good.

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