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User Info: Psythik

3 years ago#11
When they break.
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User Info: foodeater4

3 years ago#12
Just when they brake.

I had one of those cheapo Logitech sets with the subwoofer and 2 desktop speakers for years. The subwoofer finally broke about a year ago and when I got a new pc this year I added another set of cheapo $10 Logitech speakers. They fine for youtube and general computing use. When I game I mainly use a headset.

User Info: LordSeifer

3 years ago#13
i bought my z680s in 2004 and they are still awesome

I could probably sell them for 90% of what I paid
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User Info: Acquire

3 years ago#14
When they stop working. I use headphones primarily.
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User Info: ElementalWind

3 years ago#15
I've had these speakers for longer than I've had my own desktop.
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User Info: PhilOnDez

3 years ago#16
I don't think I've ever upgraded, unless you count moving from my monitor's speakers to a 2.1 set after I decided what I wanted.
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User Info: thatfool12Gs

3 years ago#17
MELENTIA posted...
I went from Logitech 5.1 to KRK Rokit 8's with 10" Sub....the difference is unbelievable. Of course the KRK set up cost me $900 and the Logitech only set me back $125. The quality of the audio pumping out of the KRK's is just so damn clean. You hear new sounds from songs you've heard a million times, and it sounds so much better that you want to listen to your entire song library again. Playing a game like Battlefield is just dreamy.

If you upgrade now, I'd spend a little more, and make sure you got a decent sound card to go with it.

I'm not worthy.

The KRK's are beast. I have a pair of Rokit 5's myself.
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User Info: r0ge00

3 years ago#18
I had a pair of logitech 2.1 speakers (decent ones) for about 8 years or so, I forgot the model. My brother ruined them a while back so I have gone speakerless until recently. I semi-recently got a pair of Emotiva speakers and I expect them to last 15 + years.

User Info: Nicodimus

3 years ago#19
Uh...I bought this pair of Paradigm Titans back in 1994, and they still sound awesome. The receiver in my bedroom is a lot newer though, it's from 2007.
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User Info: R_Brock

3 years ago#20
I've been rocking the original Klipsch 400's for over 14 years now. my perpetually unfinished website.
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