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    My favorite all time company would have to be Electrovoice or EV

    especially their flag ship model.

    the delta max 2181 sub boxes. duel 18" cones at 900W each :eek: hella loud. has a phat sticker on teh back too. "WARNING! these speakers produce sound levels which can cause perminant ear damage, place in a secluded area atleast 10 meters from unprotected ears while in use."


    HELL YEAH!


    trying to fina a pic ATM
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    lol 900 watts? isn't that a little "sick" for a comptuer speaker system? lol damn 900 watts? I thought 400 was alot or the 500 watt monsoon sound system in the camaro ss was alot. BUT 900!!!!!!!! ALso I think any speaker system can cause ear damage. Ear phones especially cause the sound is like right there and can immediatly knock out the range of 96Hz I think it was. daaaaaaamn 900 watts is alot now that I think about it. I hope it sounds good but then again that would make your comp like a honda (trunk rattling)

    Btw......great job on your signature glad it came through not that the other one was bad I'm just saying that being you were having trouble with the other one

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    thats 900w RMS each, about 1800w peak each. thats something like 140DB+ @ 1m
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    I have RBH Sound Speakers. They are based out of Salt Lake City. They are super high quality speakers that don't sell at chain stores. I got the high end model front speakers, since I usually only listen to stereo music, for $600 US at a year-end close out. They are usually $2200 for the pair. They would be worth the retail price for how much they improve every piece of music you own. They also rock for playing Quake etc. The models I bought have 10" sidefiring woofers in them. Most of the time I have the bass turned down in my little room just so that things sound balanced.

    Here is a pic from their website of the models I have, I have a light oak finish on mine however:

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    I also bought some cheaper surround speakers that they make. They've recently gone into lower-end speakers for the average consumer, but they aren't carried too many places. Even these little bookshelf speakers are awesome. Good bass from them.

    Check them out at www.RBHsound.com
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    :eek: You have too much money for speakers :(. I personally like the Altec Lansing and logitech's. They are nice but cheap for me :).
    New Sig soon, old one was way outdated.

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    audiophile on crack is what I think. 2200 for speakers! Wow. I know you did not pay that much, but WOW!:eek:

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    Don't get me wrong guys, I would never pay for $2200 for a pair of front loudspeakers, but I would pay $600, I like music that much. So, when I could get a pair of $2200 speakers for $600, I thought "I would be insane NOT to get these." So I had to buy them.

    If you think $2200 for those speakers is nuts, image the whole surround system from RBH. You'd spend about $8000 on speakers alone, which is totally nuts, but people will spend it.

    I think my $600 investment was well worth it. I can't explain how much better everything sounds over them. They are awesome. Also, it's not like I only use them in conjunction with my computer, they are for everything, my TV, DVD, CD player, it all runs through my stereo system.

    RBH go pretty cheap on ebay pretty often. No one wants to pay a lot for used speakers and no one who knows RBH buys them used, atleast most who know of them, cause most people who knw of them are huge audiophiles with deep pockets.
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    rofl.

    i was talking in general not just PC

    eg. those i was talking about are designed for venues with around 1-5,000 people capacity. thats like 900w@16Ohms
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    Well, right now I have a set of Logitech's z560. I really like them, and they are the most expensive speakers I have ever bought, lol.


    But, when I was in Warsaw this summer, I went into a Bang & Olufsen (having never heard of this company in North America) store and had some systems demoed for me. All I can say is WOW.....but the prices were so insane that I'd rather buy a car with that kind of money.

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