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Old 10-01-2010, 02:25 PM   #21
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Yea he let me hear it... they did sound good but not lik they should. it wasnt set up as a home theater system. And he was running they all off a old school reciever
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We should get together some day and listen to each other'* audio! I've got a pretty decent setup, too.
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We should get together some day and listen to each other'* audio! I've got a pretty decent setup, too.
Got any specs/pictures?
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Well, your question made me set up page 2 of my Cardomain to have audio stuff! Basically, I typed up a response, realized it'* a decent CD post, and then moved it over. Thanks for helping me expand my Cardomain profile!

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Gotta love the Logitech systems. Running the G51 setup myself
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Gotta love the Logitech systems. Running the G51 setup myself
I'll second the bold. Any system that can last 5 years and multiple moves is way worth the money. I can't believe it'* finally time to ditch these puppies.
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I'll second the bold. Any system that can last 5 years and multiple moves is way worth the money. I can't believe it'* finally time to ditch these puppies.
Hmmm so you have a G51 setup you're getting rid of?
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I'll second the bold. Any system that can last 5 years and multiple moves is way worth the money. I can't believe it'* finally time to ditch these puppies.
i hear you, i cant even remember the exact model number of what i have because ive had them for over 5 years now, but with all the times ive unplugged them to move my room around and even more so when i used to have an astro and a grand am. i used to use that system for my room and when id leave to go driving id unhook it all and set it up in the astro or grand am with a power inverter just so i could have some bass. i still use this same system to this day and there is absolutely nothing wrong with it and i only payed like $130 for it originally. easily worth the money, i like that x5500 setup though, i think it might be time to upgrade soon.
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Hmmm so you have a G51 setup you're getting rid of?
No, some X-530'*. I don't even think the G51'* were out when I bought these.
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