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usb powered laptop speakers

Postby The Ref » Tue 08.12.2009, 16:45

I am after a set of usb powered speakers for both my dell xps m1710 and my netbook. has anyone got any advice and tips.


I have been looking at the Logitech V-20 and V-10 Speakers
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Re: usb powered laptop speakers

Postby lotos » Tue 08.12.2009, 17:59

I'd recommend checking out reviews on Newegg.com and Amazon.com - both are invaluable for that.
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Re: usb powered laptop speakers

Postby The Ref » Tue 08.12.2009, 18:27

lotos wrote:I'd recommend checking out reviews on Newegg.com and Amazon.com - both are invaluable for that.



i have done both get ok reviews, i was asking in case anyone has any other skeakers that they have used.

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Re: usb powered laptop speakers

Postby rizla » Sun 24.01.2010, 18:09

I've got Bose Companion 5 speakers. They're ace and work with both PC and Mac's perfectly. They have a separate sub, box and so it keeps the speakers small.
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