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Solved: does anyone know how to add speakers?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by atom1kyak, Jul 14, 2007.

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  1. atom1kyak

    atom1kyak Thread Starter

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    i have a simple question that seems to not have a simple answer at all.

    i would like to add speakers to my 2.1 computer speaker setup. i have an a8n5x mobo. link below:
    http://www.asus.com/products4.aspx?m...3&l2=15&l3=207

    my question is this: are there speakers out there made to be added to existing systems, or ones that can be. if so, how would this be done?

    right now i have the logitech z-2300's, and i would really like to be able to add surround speakers without getting a whole new set.
     
  2. wtxcowboy

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    buy a new set. u can't buy 2 speakers then add 4 more speakers at a later date cuz u have more $$ or whatever. u have 2 get what u need or want when u get it, not later as an add-on! unless u can build ur own that is...
     
  3. DefConDelta

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    Probably be better off if you read up and did your own.

    I have 2 four-port switchers (garage, living room, computer room, kitchen, 2 areas outdoors), various sizes of speakers and a 15" sub. I love the idea of listening to music anywhere on my property.
     
  4. atom1kyak

    atom1kyak Thread Starter

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    thank you for that answer.

    now my situation becomes different. should i buy a cheap, sub $100 set of 5.1 speakers, and use those when i'm watching movies? or should i just stick with my z-2300's?

    i think i will post again with my altered question--this question has been solved already
     
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