Canon 650D|Panasonic LX3 / LX5
50mm f/1.8 | 85mm f/1.8 | 12-24mm f/4 | 28-75mm f/2.8
My current speaker, which replace my Midiland 8200, is a X-Fi with L3800. CPU speed improves on gaming as the Sound Processor takes away some "jobs". X-Fi really a good investment.
As for my Midiland 8200, I using it for my Home theater system but I found that I need to upgrade soon. After upgrade, this unit will be in my room for music only.
Only Sony device mostly, haha!
i used to o ga ga over creative sound cards, but now on board cards I feel are just as good..
ok. from so many suggestions. i will just forgo the upgrade of the onboard sound then.
and i will dump my Audigy 2 and 6.1 then..... (who wants my them ?? )
i will now look into soundsticks and creature II,
but no offence, the creature II looks kinda puny ? the speakers are so small.
i like the soundsticks.... i have the cover the subwoofer.. haha... used to be manufactuered in singapore. hahaha.. i have about 6 pieces.. maybe can customise it.
soundsticks look good.......
creative products tend to be rather lasting ? i dun know. but i know my speakers lasted me at least 6 years before having "microprocessor" problems..
Run a digital coaxial cable to this set of babies...
the speakers look good... but my table so small.....
As for choice of speakers..we can come up with 101 good recommendations..but most importantly is u must hear it for urself..every speakers has its own capabilities..some are better on the mid-range, and some are better with the low frequencies..and everyone of us has a unique listening experience..do go down to shops like the challenger at funan for some test listening..1 advise is never get speakers build with plastic..
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bose companion 5.
but it's a little expensive.
hope this recent thread of mine can help.
try sonic gear la...cheap and good.
while some is recommending the hifi kind of setup (which i did before and now i want to do away with all the wirings...)
plastics casings make bass sound hollow.... and etc.
if talking about woodgrain speakers... sonicgear has a model which has woodgrain casing. (how much i dunno yet)
so it boils down to Altec Lansing, JBL (which many has dumped) and some other brands.
i will head down to challenger store and look see look see....
sonic gear ? okok... thanks sjourn.
i think i drop by on thursday afternoon then...