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Old 07-22-04, 05:40 PM
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Any 5.1 systems for a laptop?

I've got a PowerBook G4 and am just wondering if anyone knows of any 5.1 speaker systems that I could use with it. It's got USB 1.1 and Firewire 400, so maybe there is a system available that could hook up to it through one of those so I could use it for watching DVD's...?
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http://www.m-audio.com/index.php?do=...77f83c406e8885
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I was hoping for something cheaper considering this doesn't include any speakers, but this looks like it's real good quality. Thanks!
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A much more trusted flavor of the same thing: Look into the Creative Labs Audigy 2. Looks sharp. I will probably get one myself come early August (that whole Doom thing )

(edit) Wow! Buy.com appears to have it for $60 (after $20 MIR!) That's an excellent price.

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Originally posted by sfsdfd
A much more trusted flavor of the same thing: Look into the Creative Labs Audigy 2. Looks sharp. I will probably get one myself come early August (that whole Doom thing )

(edit) Wow! Buy.com appears to have it for $60 (after $20 MIR!) That's an excellent price.

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That one seems pretty good. Too bad it doesn't look like Mac OS X is supported.

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