Last time this drive was for sale on frys.com it was actually a Seagate 7200.10 drive that was 320gb. it was listed as a maxtor 300gb...
I picked one up for $60 and it was a great deal considering it is a rebadged seagate with the same 3 year warranty and its fast!
of course I cant say...
It is mainly for music. Im not a big gamer. I just want my MP3s to sound GREAT while at my office (8+ hours a day.. blahhh).
I have a pretty nice 5.1 surround w/ HDTV at home.
Im looking for great music on my PC. Looking for digital out sound card, have the Onkyo amp, and now Im also...
I would get an Onkyo 5.1 5x65w amp that only $119. Retail $200.
Its the SR302 and it has digital optical in and has sub outs and hookup for 5 surround speakers.
THESE receiver is really nice. Listen to godsmadclown. I bought one on his advice and right now I'm getting a digital sound...
I have had the sony EX-71s, and many other earbuds.
The best earbuds BY FAR are Shure or Etymotics. You can get a nice pair of Shure E2Cs for about $60 on ebay.
I bought mine a little over a year ago for about $90. It was the best $90 Ive ever spent. These buds blew away my Grado...
I have an Onkyo SR302 5.1 amp with optical (digital) in. I am looking to get a sound card that has digital out with optical. What is the best sound card out there thats under $150? Something that would be really good quality for my receiver and speakers.
I have a philips acoustic edge with S/PDIF in and out. I want to hook my computer up to my new Onkyo SR302 . What type of cable do I need?
The Onkyo has all the usual RCA stuff, and it has optical and coaxial for digital.
Please let me know what I need, im a newb :(
Bought the Onkyo receiver for $119 (woot free shipping too!).....
Might go with the Fosgate monitors or a traditional 5.1 speaker setup.
Is the Onkyo receiver (65w/ch) going to be enough to power the Fosgates? They are 200w
I read the thread about the Fosgate monitors. They look like a great buy for $144. With the Onkyo amp for ~120, thats only $264. I'm going to order these, and if I feel like I need a sub or surround speakers I will go with those.
Does anyone know if the Onkyo receiver supports SPDIF? My...
Ive been considering an amp/receiver and some nice bookshelf-type speakers.
Im not really an audio-guru, but I think I could pick out a good set of bookshelf speakers and a receiver for $500.
Although, I do like my 4.1 setup now. I think I would miss the "dual stereo" setup. Sure MP3s...
I've had (and loved) a set of Klipsch v.400 4.1 speakers. Theyve worked great, but they crackle a lot after 4 years of use. I am looking to spend up to $500 replacing them. I was thinking either:
Creative Labs Gigawatt 5.1 or 7.1
heres what I do on my computer...