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    Question Decent PC Speakers?

    Hi folks,

    To-date we've always used Logitech X-140 speakers, but eBuyer aren't stocking them any more, and I can't find them at a sensible price (20) from any decent suppliers.

    Can anyone recommend some decent (good range) PC speakers, in the 20-40 bracket?

    TIA

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    I have those on my desk right now. I'm not sure what I'd choose once these die. Decent sound from them too

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    We are using Creative A220 and A520 which are about the price your looking at I have a feeling that they might have recently be replaced by a newer model (A250/A550), but both produce decent sound.

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    I have used: Logitech Z323 Speaker System: Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories for years now, the extra sub makes everything sound better but a sub could be overkill for a school. They can be found for around the 20 mark when on special.

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    Got a set of logitech x540s sat upstairs. May take them to work

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    Ah, I should have clarified I'm looking for a pair of speakers, like the X-140's. It's a pain to site the subwoofer on a desk.

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    I'm going to try the Logitech Z320's. Twice the price, but I can't see anything else obvious that's good quality.

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