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    I need a solid 2.0 or 2.1 setup

    I'm looking for a set of speakers (possibly a sub, if need be) for listening to music. Most of the use would be with my PC and im thinking of spending about $150-$200. I know thats not a lot of money for a good set, but im in college and broke as a joke. Keep in mind, I listen to music almost nonstop when im at home so i want the best quality i can get. Im hoping I can get lucky like i did with my sennheiser HD 497's. Thanks in advance.

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    This is what I use on my computer

    Quote Originally Posted by Davinski
    I'm looking for a set of speakers (possibly a sub, if need be) for listening to music. Most of the use would be with my PC and im thinking of spending about $150-$200. I know thats not a lot of money for a good set, but im in college and broke as a joke. Keep in mind, I listen to music almost nonstop when im at home so i want the best quality i can get. Im hoping I can get lucky like i did with my sennheiser HD 497's. Thanks in advance.
    http://www.bestspeakerdeals.com/stor...1ee&type=store

    I can recommend this system without question. With a computer system it's got no equal. Also, if you hook it up to an Ipod your going to flip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davinski
    I'm looking for a set of speakers (possibly a sub, if need be) for listening to music. Most of the use would be with my PC and im thinking of spending about $150-$200. I know thats not a lot of money for a good set, but im in college and broke as a joke. Keep in mind, I listen to music almost nonstop when im at home so i want the best quality i can get. Im hoping I can get lucky like i did with my sennheiser HD 497's. Thanks in advance.

    You are going to be running speakers through a receiver or from your PC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrhymeammo
    You are going to be running speakers through a receiver or from your PC?

    Preferrably through a PC

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    But whatever is best for the price range. I have a receiver so that cost wouldnt be factored in

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