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Old 09-30-2010, 08:49 PM   #1
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Default New home theatre system

My camera picks up lows surprisingly well. Its a Logitech Z-5500. THX certified. 505 Watts RMS. Great system, but not car audio :P

[YT]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BVcVvDAaqo[/YT]
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Nice. Want to see mine? haha!
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nice. Want to see mine? Haha!
sure! :d
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You don't want to see it lol
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Just played that on my 5 year old X-530s. I think my sub is blown LOL.
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Just played that on my 5 year old X-530s. I think my sub is blown LOL.
my old ones were x-540s. Those were junk. the right speaker on the amp didnt even work
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You don't want to see it lol
Take his word for it, you don't want to see it, lol. It will make you sick. Sick as in, give you a disease. A disease I got when I got into home audio. $150 for a single center channel speaker is a bargain! It starts with a very simple way of thinking; its worth it to spend money on home audio because it lasts forever. And that'* the end of your sanity.

I've heard the system you have, and it sounds great, for what it is. Arguably the best bang for the buck at that price point. Not trying to trash on it, its one of the best all in one multimedia sound systems you can get, right up on par with Creative'* GigaWorks THX series and the Klipsch ProMedia 5.1 system which are both more expensive. My only gripe with it is that the sub sounds a bit loose and the mids aren't as full as they could be, but I would recommend it to anyone. Hi5 on a great choice of speaker system.
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Cool System. I guess I won't be getting hate mail or death threats over that video. ;-P
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my old ones were x-540s. Those were junk. the right speaker on the amp didnt even work
I've had these things since 2005. Haven't let me down yet. I'm probably gonna trash them for a 2.1 system when I move to Korea.
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Hehehe..
I got a Kenwood Reciever, Pioneer EQ, DCM front speakers, Yamaha center channel, DA rear speakers and a 350w rms 12" RCA powered sub.

Which is what i downsized from my old drinking days stereo
Pioneer Reciever, Pioneer EQ, 4 15" Pioneers, 2 15" Kenwoods, 4 12" Pioneers, and 2 10" Pioneers
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