Published on 16th January 2011 by
Originally Posted by Ph4lanxI'm currently running a set of Z4's from Logitech. Even with an old set like that, it sounds brilliant. I'm wondering if there's actually any major changes since then and the new series of speakers that seem to come out every month. Does design in a speaker (ie. Shape, etc) really make that much of a difference?
If someone is enough of an audiophile, wouldn't they be looking at higher spec equipment anyway?
Originally Posted by MSHuntergo the amp and speaker route for sound quality. even this is better:
http://www.richersounds.com/information/hifisystems "System 1"
though to be honest for any real sound difference the first thing you need to do is buy a great sound card.
Originally Posted by mrbensGood point and good shop.
£141.75 is far too much for crappy PC speakers.
Like everyone is saying, go for decent hifi quality gear instead, even if it means paying around £200 for decent kit, it's well worth it. :)
Not sure how much difference a sound card makes when linked to an amp tho as the amp's DAC will probably be better than the sound card anyway and negate the need for the card. But that's just speculation.
Originally Posted by memerootmy mate picked up some kef iq3 floorstanders for 50 quid....
Originally Posted by MSHunterI really would like a new sound card review now that Asus have updated their drives it has made the Xonar cards much better then at launch. ASUS Xonar Essence STX
Originally Posted by Lockon StratosI personally would prefer if Logitech came up with a Z-5500 beater instead of 2.1 setups. Z5500's are so old and Logitech's #1 5.1 speaker set could do with some serious refreshing. - But like they said. if it aint broke dont fix it
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