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What speakers are you guys using, how do you like them?

#31BogePosted 11/3/2013 4:14:24 PM
Using built in monitor speakers with my Asus monitor. They work great. However, lately I'm getting some kind of problem. Not sure if they're going out or what.

Alternatively, I use headphones if I want closer sound or more immersion.
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#32GegendPosted 11/3/2013 4:20:31 PM
Logitech Z523 at the work computer. I also have the Z5500 and Z906.
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#33PlasmarrowPosted 11/3/2013 4:29:24 PM
Tiberius1151 posted...
Logitech Z313 speaker system

This. I love em.
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#34SnipeStarPosted 11/3/2013 4:39:15 PM
onkyo s6200 7.1 home theater system.

the speakers are utterly amazing. they are almost the size of masonry cinderblocks...

the sub was a horribly cheap piece of s*** though, i blew it within a month or 2, so now i use an acoustic research p315ho (it can be hooked up to the highs/mids as a front left/right speaker or the lows as it has a 15" sub in the side)... so my sound system is quite bangin...
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#35lionheart5656Posted 11/3/2013 4:41:54 PM
I use my imagination.

The best speaker system there is.
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#36HugaboogaPosted 11/3/2013 5:02:08 PM
Klipsch Promedia 2.1 speakers. Just got them in the middle of last year, very glad I did.

These speakers are awesome. They seem to perform to all my expectations. When I surf I always put on music in the background, and with this speaker system it sounds crisp and smooth. Also when gaming, the sound always blows me away from time to time.

The sub woofer that comes with it is incredible too. Has never blown in its whole year of constant use, and it sounds great.

Although, my only problem is that I never bothered to get a soundcard yet. Are they really necessary for a gamer, or are they only for sound enthusiast?
#37rkingPosted 11/3/2013 5:08:49 PM
$10 headphones. Just haven't bothered finding anything better.
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#38DiviDudePosted 11/3/2013 5:14:19 PM(edited)
My speakers are semi-fancy near field monitors for music mixing purposes. Not really appropriate for gaming, at least in terms of making the audio more exciting than it really is, but I suppose it's more accurate in any case.
#39VVingless_____Posted 11/3/2013 5:14:54 PM(edited)
I'm using a Corsair V2k headset. I prefer the simplicity of using an all in one sound device as opposed to getting a soundcard, speaker system, and headset.
#40Giblet_EnjoyerPosted 11/3/2013 5:17:24 PM
Idk, some random speaker+subwoofer thing. The speakers say "PA" on the front. I got 'em for free from a neighbor. Only time I use them is when I'm playing a game with someone so we can both hear. Normally I use JVC HA-RX 700 headphones, which are pretty great for the price imo