• 11-17-2003, 08:56 AM
    BigBusiness
    Powered sub for computer use
    hey i was wondering if u could help me out

    im looking for a decent sub that i can use with my computer, has to go low like around 20hz decent power

    i want to let the bass boom
  • 11-17-2003, 11:30 AM
    Bryan
    Budget?

    I'm unaware of any computer system sub that will do 20Hz though you may wish to contact Adire Audio and see what they may have. I also know nOrh is working on something.
  • 11-19-2003, 07:50 AM
    BigBusiness
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Bryan
    Budget?

    I'm unaware of any computer system sub that will do 20Hz though you may wish to contact Adire Audio and see what they may have. I also know nOrh is working on something.

    oh so sorry about that let me be more spacific

    my budget is around $200 - $300

    im looking to get good sound for my computer
    can be either a component of a computer packege or just a sub, i have a receiver wich i can run RCA wires to my computer headphone jack

    needs to be powered tho, looking to let the bass boom, get pretty lound, give me a massage.
    going right down to 20 and hard is just a guideline, any good suggestions?
  • 11-21-2003, 01:10 PM
    JSE
    You might check out Klipsch. They have a pretty impressive PC sound package. Not sure of the model number, but it sounded damn good. I saw it at Best Buy. The sub was pretty impressive even in the horrible acoustic environment that Best Buy is. It came as a package so I am not sure if you can get the sub seperate. They usually have them set up in the computer section, not the speaker section. Here's the two speaker system they have.

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....uct&cmp=%20%20

    Seems like a pretty good price.

    JSE
  • 11-21-2003, 01:17 PM
    JSE
    You might check out Klipsch. They have a pretty impressive PC sound package. Not sure of the model number, but it sounded damn good. I saw it at Best Buy. The sub was pretty impressive even in the horrible acoustic environment that Best Buy is. It came as a package so I am not sure if you can get the sub seperate. They usually have them set up in the computer section, not the speaker section. Here's the two speaker system they have.

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....uct&cmp=%20%20

    Seems like a pretty good price.

    JSE
  • 11-21-2003, 02:30 PM
    This Guy
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by BigBusiness
    hey i was wondering if u could help me out

    im looking for a decent sub that i can use with my computer, has to go low like around 20hz decent power

    i want to let the bass boom

    Are you using a receiver and two speakers for you're computer and all you need is a powered sub? Or do you need two speakers and a sub? Well if you just want a loud sub I'd look at this Klipsch. It sounds alright and goes quite loud.

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage....oryId=cat03045

    If you want a package with two saelites and a subwoofer I'd get what JSE reccomended.

    -Joey
  • 11-25-2003, 04:35 PM
    jmzais
    Never liked the Klipsch for sound quality but they will boom bass. 20hz? You won't find it for a computer, and there isn't any point. Most music cuts out WAY before. Only of my audio setups that can hit 20hz +/- 3db is my car's subwoofer.