Free Shipping on All Orders 1-866-764-1801

Vist our Online Store
+ Reply to Thread
Page 1 of 2 1 2 LastLast
Results 1 to 30 of 34
  1. #1

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    Winnipeg, MB, Canada
    Posts
    231

    Default Help me choose a PC!

    I thought I would post this here because I will be using my computer mostly for playing games.

    I decided I need a computer of my own this week so I did a little research and bought this:
    http://www.bestbuy.ca/catalog/prodde...gon=&langid=EN
    I bought it with the intention of upgrading the graphics card to this:
    http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php?sku=27704
    Now I just realized that it requires a 450W power source. I believe the PC I got is only 300W, although I can't find the information anywhere. So here are the questions:

    1. Is there an easy way to check how many W's my power supply is?
    2. How easy would it be to swap out my power supply for a new one? like this one:
    http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...Z%20Technology
    3. With the cost of the new graphics card and power supply would it be cheaper to return the PC and build one from scratch? I don't want to spend more then $1000 for PC and monitor.

    I really don't need a top end PC. The games I want to play are Civilization 4 (on max settings) and Supreme Comander (on low - mid settings). All the other games I play are older and should not be a problem for and new PC to run.
    Last edited by Imperitor; 07-25-2008 at 10:19 AM.
    7.1 HOME THEATER:
    Center: CSi3
    Front: RTi10
    Surround: RTi A3
    Rear Surround: RTi4
    Subwoofer: Mirage Omni S10
    TV: Sharp Aquos 42" 1080p LCD
    Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR805
    Blu-Ray Player / CD Player / DVD Player / Media Server / Game Console / Best money I've ever spent: 60GB PS3

  2. #2

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    May 2002
    Location
    Austin, Texas
    Posts
    2,416

    Default

    Give the power supply a good looking over and you will probably find some kind of sticker detailing it.

    The other thing you need to consider before buying the new power supply, is that you might have a proprietary/non-standard case. I'm not familiar with that HP box, but sometimes OEM's will have cases that, although they look ATX, will not have the right holes/mounts for a standard ATX power supply.
    Last edited by PhantomOG; 07-25-2008 at 10:48 AM.

  3. #3

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    May 2002
    Location
    Austin, Texas
    Posts
    2,416

    Default

    Also, by upgrading both the graphics card and power supply, you might be just better off getting returning the original system and getting one with a better card already in it.

  4. #4

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    Winnipeg, MB, Canada
    Posts
    231

    Default

    I could not find an PC's from best buy or futureshop with a decent graphics card for the amount I want to spend. For only $130 putting in the new card seamed like a better option.
    7.1 HOME THEATER:
    Center: CSi3
    Front: RTi10
    Surround: RTi A3
    Rear Surround: RTi4
    Subwoofer: Mirage Omni S10
    TV: Sharp Aquos 42" 1080p LCD
    Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR805
    Blu-Ray Player / CD Player / DVD Player / Media Server / Game Console / Best money I've ever spent: 60GB PS3

  5. #5

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    May 2002
    Location
    Austin, Texas
    Posts
    2,416

    Default

    Yeah, I guess you don't have much selection up there? Sorry.

  6. #6

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    Location
    Annandale, Va
    Posts
    1,285

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Imperitor View Post
    I could not find an PC's from best buy or futureshop with a decent graphics card for the amount I want to spend. For only $130 putting in the new card seamed like a better option.
    Are you set on buying a graphics card from a store? Honestly, Supreme Commander takes a beast of a video card to run well and you might be better served buying a more powerful card for much cheaper online. As for power supply, make sure you purchase one made by a good manufacturer. I don't know how many pcs I have seen that have been fried by someone thinking that 500watts from some unknown Taiwanese company that didn't pass the mustard. Just remember: The Power supply is hooked up to every component in the PC, so if it decides to go... it fries everything with it.

    For $1k, you can build a very capable gaming machine as I can attest. If you could be a bit more exact to how much you want to spend and how much you are willing to spend, we can work out a system that will fit your needs and future proof it against the games of tomorrow.
    Lovin that music year after year.

    Main 2 Channel System

    Polk SDA-1B,
    Promitheus Audio TVC SE,
    Rotel RB-980BX,
    OPPO DV-970HD,
    Lite Audio DAC AH,
    IXOS XHA305 Interconnects


    Computer Rig

    Polk SDA CRS+,
    Creek Audio 5350 SE,
    Morrow Audio MA1 Interconnect,
    HRT Music Streamer II

  7. #7

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Apr 2006
    Location
    Annandale, Va
    Posts
    1,285

    Default

    As a PS, changing the PSU in a computer is mindnumbingly easy. Essentially you just unscrew the old one, put the new one in, and connect the wires to the appropriate places.
    Lovin that music year after year.

    Main 2 Channel System

    Polk SDA-1B,
    Promitheus Audio TVC SE,
    Rotel RB-980BX,
    OPPO DV-970HD,
    Lite Audio DAC AH,
    IXOS XHA305 Interconnects


    Computer Rig

    Polk SDA CRS+,
    Creek Audio 5350 SE,
    Morrow Audio MA1 Interconnect,
    HRT Music Streamer II

  8. #8

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Location
    'Bubba' land
    Posts
    4,798

    Default

    I researched store bought pc's, and 9 times out of ten, the PS is gonna be only 300 watts. I would look at getting/ building a custom. Yeah, it's more expensive, but it will be more reliable, and expandable.
    Good luck.
    I refuse to argue with idiots, because people can't tell the DIFFERENCE!

  9. #9

    Member Sales Rating: (13)

    Join Date
    Sep 2007
    Location
    Bridgeton NJ
    Posts
    4,384

    Default

    One website to find your gaming computer www.alienware.com
    HT setup
    Dynex 40 inch tv
    Denon DBP-1610
    Monster HTS 1650
    Pioneer Elite VSX-81TXV
    Carver A400X
    MIT Exp 3 Speaker Wire
    Martin Logan Aerius
    Apple Tv 2nd Gen
    Logitech Harmony One Advanced Remote

    Living Room
    63 inch Samsung PN63C800YF
    Polk Surroundbar 3000
    Samsung BD-C7900

  10. #10

    Member Sales Rating: (17)

    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Location
    Central NJ
    Posts
    11,293

    Default

    Are you sure you don't want one of these:

    Skulltrail system
    two quads @3.2 per core
    8 cores
    8GB of RAM
    X-FI fatality sound card
    1GB GTX 280 graphics card
    (2) 300GB VelociRaptors
    (2) 500GB SATA II drives
    Blu-Ray drive
    DVDRW
    1200 Watt PSU
    $7,000

    I just had one built for a client to do renderings, it's so fast!

    http://tinyurl.com/5zq2l2
    Polk Audio SDA SRS 1.2TL's
    With new Exotic wood, Sonicaps, Mills & RDO198's - Born on 4-24-1989 and Signed by Matthew Polk!!!!


    My Polk SDA SRS 1.2TL's http://www.LASAREATH.com/


    It All Started here: http://tinyurl.com/lasareath2

    Part Deux: http://tinyurl.com/lasareath3

    Car Stereo---->http://www.salsleaf.com/leaf_stereo/index.htm<---- NEW for 2013

  11. #11

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Posts
    44

    Default

    Building your own computer saved you alot of money and gives you a much better computer for the penny IMHO.

  12. #12

    Member Sales Rating: (0)

    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Posts
    44

    Default

    Also, building one is pretty simple. Its basically like a puzzle but you have to watch out for static electricity.:D

  13. #13

    Member Sales Rating: (3)

    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Posts
    2,251

    Default

    Another alternative:

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...nd&Order=PRICE

    Take a look at a few of those builds/ratings and see if anyhthing is closer to what you were looking for.
    2007 Club Polk Football Pool Champ

    2010 Club Polk Fantasy Football Champ

    2011 Club Polk Football Pool Champ


    "It's like a koala bear crapped a rainbow in my brain!"

  14. #14

    Member Sales Rating: (25)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    West Chester, PA
    Posts
    4,301

    Default

    Something to keep in mind. Usually (unless you get into the high end gear such as some Dell and HP gaming systems), store bought name brand computers typically don't allow you to overclock your CPU, memory, or video card settings like you can with a 'BYOPC'. While overclocking can be a tricky/risky thing to do if you don't know what you're doing, it certainly can yield some considerable performance improvements, especially with gaming.

    I would agree that switching out a power supply is easy, you just have to ensure that you get one with the correct connectors, as well as ensure that it will physically fit-some of the higher wattage PSs are quite large.

    Also, I've found that many of the store bought systems use slower memory-assuming that most people won't know to look at the specs in that detail-they just see the size.

    I personally started out pursuing a name brand system, but quickly realized that the best way to get all quality components and top of the line stuff at the best prices resulting in the best bang for my buck (and a sense of DIY satisfaction) was to in fact build it myself. Takes time in research and price shopping, but well worth it.

    Oh and if you do DIY--don't skimp on the power supply.
    ____________________
    This post is a natural product. The slight variations in spelling and grammar enhance its individual character and beauty and in no way are to be considered flaws or defects.

    HT:Onkyo 805, Emotiva XPA-5, Mitsu 52" 1080p DLP / polkaudio RTi12, CSIa6, FXi3, uPro4K
    2-chnl : Pio DV-46AV (SACD), Dodd ELP, Emotiva XPA-1s, XPA-2, Odyssey Khartago, LSi9, SDA-SRS 2 , SB Duet, MSB & Monarchy DACs, Yamaha PX3 TT, SAE Tuner...
    Pool: Atrium 60's/45's

  15. #15

    Member Sales Rating: (29)

    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Posts
    1,068

    Default

    http://cgi.ebay.com/Compaq-HP-XW8200...3286.m14.l1318

    Get the one like above and change the faster drive and graphic card that you desire. You can put any load on this.
    Please do not settle with single processor.

  16. #16

    Member Sales Rating: (17)

    Join Date
    Apr 2005
    Posts
    7,626

    Default

    This will likely be my next PC...IF I don't get a MAC.


    SWEET!!!
    http://www.shopping.hp.com/webapp/sh...=IQ504t_series
    Last edited by ND13; 07-30-2008 at 06:01 PM.
    "SOME PEOPLE CALL ME MAURICE,
    CAUSE I SPEAK OF THE POMPITIOUS OF LOVE"

  17. #17

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    Winnipeg, MB, Canada
    Posts
    231

    Default

    So I ended up buying all the components for my computer separately and it was about the same price as it was going to cost for the HP with the graphics card switched, but it looks like its going to be a much better PC. Here's what I got:

    Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Dual Core Processor 3.0GHZ Wolfdale
    Antec 300 Mini Tower Gaming Case
    Seasonic M12 600W Power Supply
    Mushkin HP 2GB 2X1GB DDR2-800 Dual Channel Memory Kit (2 of these)
    Samsung SH-S223F Black SATA DVD+RW 22X8X16 DVD-RW
    Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS3L Motherboard
    EVGA E-GEFORCE 8800GT Dual Slot 600MHZ 512MB Video Card
    Western Digital SE16 320GB SATA2 7200RPM Hard Drive

    Now all I need to do is put it together...
    7.1 HOME THEATER:
    Center: CSi3
    Front: RTi10
    Surround: RTi A3
    Rear Surround: RTi4
    Subwoofer: Mirage Omni S10
    TV: Sharp Aquos 42" 1080p LCD
    Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR805
    Blu-Ray Player / CD Player / DVD Player / Media Server / Game Console / Best money I've ever spent: 60GB PS3

  18. #18

    Member Sales Rating: (25)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    West Chester, PA
    Posts
    4,301

    Default

    Are you planning to overclock?
    ____________________
    This post is a natural product. The slight variations in spelling and grammar enhance its individual character and beauty and in no way are to be considered flaws or defects.

    HT:Onkyo 805, Emotiva XPA-5, Mitsu 52" 1080p DLP / polkaudio RTi12, CSIa6, FXi3, uPro4K
    2-chnl : Pio DV-46AV (SACD), Dodd ELP, Emotiva XPA-1s, XPA-2, Odyssey Khartago, LSi9, SDA-SRS 2 , SB Duet, MSB & Monarchy DACs, Yamaha PX3 TT, SAE Tuner...
    Pool: Atrium 60's/45's

  19. #19

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    Winnipeg, MB, Canada
    Posts
    231

    Default

    I might. I've never done it before so I need to read up on it first. I think that for playing games my I'm going to be limited by the graphics card not the cpu, so overclocking might not even give me any benefits.
    7.1 HOME THEATER:
    Center: CSi3
    Front: RTi10
    Surround: RTi A3
    Rear Surround: RTi4
    Subwoofer: Mirage Omni S10
    TV: Sharp Aquos 42" 1080p LCD
    Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR805
    Blu-Ray Player / CD Player / DVD Player / Media Server / Game Console / Best money I've ever spent: 60GB PS3

  20. #20

    Member Sales Rating: (25)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    West Chester, PA
    Posts
    4,301

    Default

    Then don't forget to get a good CPU cooler, if you haven't already. The stock cooler that comes with the CPU should be fine if you're not overclocking, but once you start the OC, you'll likely need added cooling power.
    ____________________
    This post is a natural product. The slight variations in spelling and grammar enhance its individual character and beauty and in no way are to be considered flaws or defects.

    HT:Onkyo 805, Emotiva XPA-5, Mitsu 52" 1080p DLP / polkaudio RTi12, CSIa6, FXi3, uPro4K
    2-chnl : Pio DV-46AV (SACD), Dodd ELP, Emotiva XPA-1s, XPA-2, Odyssey Khartago, LSi9, SDA-SRS 2 , SB Duet, MSB & Monarchy DACs, Yamaha PX3 TT, SAE Tuner...
    Pool: Atrium 60's/45's

  21. #21

    Member Sales Rating: (6)

    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Location
    NC/AR
    Posts
    11,295

    Default

    You definitely want to get a solid PSU, and I've never heard of Seasonic. Not saying they're no good, they may be...just look into it and make sure.
    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    Simple question. If you had a cool million bucks, what would you do with it?
    Wonder WTF happened to the rest of my money.
    My Saga
    Equipment Pictures

    [2CH]
    Rotel RCD-02
    Yamaha KX-W900U
    Sony ST-S500ES
    Denon DP-7F
    Parasound P/HP-850
    Parasound HCA-1000A
    Klipsch RF-35


    [In Storage]
    Yamaha CDR-HD1300
    ASL Wave 20 monoblocks
    Pro-Ject Phono Box MKII


    [Car System]
    Pioneer Premier DEH-P860MP
    Memphis 16-MCA3004
    Boston Acoustic RC520

  22. #22

    Member Sales Rating: (3)

    Join Date
    Dec 2007
    Location
    Chesapeake, VA
    Posts
    54

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by audiobliss View Post
    You definitely want to get a solid PSU, and I've never heard of Seasonic. Not saying they're no good, they may be...just look into it and make sure.
    Seasonic makes some really good PSUs. They even manufacturer PSUs for other companies (i.e. Antec, Corsair, PC Power & Cooling, etc.).

    Also, the chip and mobo combo you got is great for overclocking. Good luck.
    My Setup
    Onkyo TX-SR805
    Anthem MCA 30
    Polk Audio LSi15
    Polk Audio LSiC
    Polk Audio FXi A4
    Bic Acoustech H-100

    Collecting Dust
    Polk Audio RTi10
    Polk Audio CSi5

  23. #23

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    Winnipeg, MB, Canada
    Posts
    231

    Default

    I don't want to overclock too high, I just want a little more bang for my buck. Also I successfully kept the price of this PC under $700 and getting a better heatsink would push me past what I wanted to spend.

    My plan now is to run as much overclocking as I can get out of the stock heatsink and see if I'm happy with it. These guys ran theirs to 3.6GHz with the stock heatsink. Would take shorten the life of the processor? If the temp stays within a reasonable range shouldn't the processor be fine?
    7.1 HOME THEATER:
    Center: CSi3
    Front: RTi10
    Surround: RTi A3
    Rear Surround: RTi4
    Subwoofer: Mirage Omni S10
    TV: Sharp Aquos 42" 1080p LCD
    Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR805
    Blu-Ray Player / CD Player / DVD Player / Media Server / Game Console / Best money I've ever spent: 60GB PS3

  24. #24

    Member Sales Rating: (25)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    West Chester, PA
    Posts
    4,301

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by uvaskeme View Post
    Seasonic makes some really good PSUs. They even manufacturer PSUs for other companies (i.e. Antec, Corsair, PC Power & Cooling, etc.).

    Also, the chip and mobo combo you got is great for overclocking. Good luck.
    Ditto-Seasonic is an OEM for many other PSUs.
    ____________________
    This post is a natural product. The slight variations in spelling and grammar enhance its individual character and beauty and in no way are to be considered flaws or defects.

    HT:Onkyo 805, Emotiva XPA-5, Mitsu 52" 1080p DLP / polkaudio RTi12, CSIa6, FXi3, uPro4K
    2-chnl : Pio DV-46AV (SACD), Dodd ELP, Emotiva XPA-1s, XPA-2, Odyssey Khartago, LSi9, SDA-SRS 2 , SB Duet, MSB & Monarchy DACs, Yamaha PX3 TT, SAE Tuner...
    Pool: Atrium 60's/45's

  25. #25

    Member Sales Rating: (25)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    West Chester, PA
    Posts
    4,301

    Default

    I have that graphics card (and MB for that matter). I got it because (at the time (Dec/Jan)) it was a best of breed, yet comparably cost effective (for a single card solution). When I got it, it was more than capabale of running Crysis, which probably still is the benchmark. Unless you're running super high resolutions on large or multple displays, you'll be fine for games. One inexpensive thing you could do to boost performance (well there are many things but) is to add another hard drive and stripe it. It will increase the throughput of your hard drive performance.
    ____________________
    This post is a natural product. The slight variations in spelling and grammar enhance its individual character and beauty and in no way are to be considered flaws or defects.

    HT:Onkyo 805, Emotiva XPA-5, Mitsu 52" 1080p DLP / polkaudio RTi12, CSIa6, FXi3, uPro4K
    2-chnl : Pio DV-46AV (SACD), Dodd ELP, Emotiva XPA-1s, XPA-2, Odyssey Khartago, LSi9, SDA-SRS 2 , SB Duet, MSB & Monarchy DACs, Yamaha PX3 TT, SAE Tuner...
    Pool: Atrium 60's/45's

  26. #26

    Member Sales Rating: (6)

    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Location
    NC/AR
    Posts
    11,295

    Default

    Good to hear Seasonic is a great choice. I'll definitely tuck that away and remember it for next time. :)
    Quote Originally Posted by George Grand View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    Simple question. If you had a cool million bucks, what would you do with it?
    Wonder WTF happened to the rest of my money.
    My Saga
    Equipment Pictures

    [2CH]
    Rotel RCD-02
    Yamaha KX-W900U
    Sony ST-S500ES
    Denon DP-7F
    Parasound P/HP-850
    Parasound HCA-1000A
    Klipsch RF-35


    [In Storage]
    Yamaha CDR-HD1300
    ASL Wave 20 monoblocks
    Pro-Ject Phono Box MKII


    [Car System]
    Pioneer Premier DEH-P860MP
    Memphis 16-MCA3004
    Boston Acoustic RC520

  27. #27

    Member Sales Rating: (25)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    West Chester, PA
    Posts
    4,301

    Default

    You just have to read the reviews for any particular model of PSU. Seasonic like any company has its good and poor products. And also, just because Seasonic may OEM the PSU for one company, doesn't mean that that PSU company (such as PC Power and Cooling or Corsair) uses Seasonic for all of its products.

    I always found www.jonnyguru.com a good resource of info on PSUs. Jonny has done some comprehensive listings and reviews on many PSUs and identified who makes what, etc. Hers a link to thier PSU forum

    Your M12 is reviewed here
    ____________________
    This post is a natural product. The slight variations in spelling and grammar enhance its individual character and beauty and in no way are to be considered flaws or defects.

    HT:Onkyo 805, Emotiva XPA-5, Mitsu 52" 1080p DLP / polkaudio RTi12, CSIa6, FXi3, uPro4K
    2-chnl : Pio DV-46AV (SACD), Dodd ELP, Emotiva XPA-1s, XPA-2, Odyssey Khartago, LSi9, SDA-SRS 2 , SB Duet, MSB & Monarchy DACs, Yamaha PX3 TT, SAE Tuner...
    Pool: Atrium 60's/45's

  28. #28
    Audiophile
    Member Sales Rating: (30)

    Join Date
    Mar 2006
    Location
    Seattle
    Posts
    11,105

    Default

    As far a PSUs go, I've never had a problem as a long as I meet my power requirements and go with a name brand unit. I'm sure some PSUs are better or worse for the price, but buying one from a well known company is my choice.

  29. #29

    Member Sales Rating: (1)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    Winnipeg, MB, Canada
    Posts
    231

    Default

    From that review it looks like the M12 will be a good PSU. The reason I got that one is because Seasonic was recommended to me by a friend and it was on sale for about half price.

    Anyway, I got my PC yesterday. It took me about 2.5 hours to put together. Hopefully I did everything right. The manuals were very helpful and I didn't have much trouble. The hardest part was finding the pins for the front power/reset buttons and LEDs.

    After all that I can't even test it because my graphics card was backordered :(
    7.1 HOME THEATER:
    Center: CSi3
    Front: RTi10
    Surround: RTi A3
    Rear Surround: RTi4
    Subwoofer: Mirage Omni S10
    TV: Sharp Aquos 42" 1080p LCD
    Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR805
    Blu-Ray Player / CD Player / DVD Player / Media Server / Game Console / Best money I've ever spent: 60GB PS3

  30. #30

    Member Sales Rating: (25)

    Join Date
    Feb 2008
    Location
    West Chester, PA
    Posts
    4,301

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by zingo View Post
    As far a PSUs go, I've never had a problem as a long as I meet my power requirements and go with a name brand unit. I'm sure some PSUs are better or worse for the price, but buying one from a well known company is my choice.
    Any more, as long as you go with a popular/trusted brand, you'll likely be alright-the big choosing factors now are power efficiency and as noise-free and clean DC power supplied to the system.
    ____________________
    This post is a natural product. The slight variations in spelling and grammar enhance its individual character and beauty and in no way are to be considered flaws or defects.

    HT:Onkyo 805, Emotiva XPA-5, Mitsu 52" 1080p DLP / polkaudio RTi12, CSIa6, FXi3, uPro4K
    2-chnl : Pio DV-46AV (SACD), Dodd ELP, Emotiva XPA-1s, XPA-2, Odyssey Khartago, LSi9, SDA-SRS 2 , SB Duet, MSB & Monarchy DACs, Yamaha PX3 TT, SAE Tuner...
    Pool: Atrium 60's/45's

Thread Information

Users Browsing this Thread

There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)

     

Similar Threads

  1. Need Help to choose CDP?
    By GATOR3000 in forum Electronics
    Replies: 15
    Last Post: 12-09-2006, 02:46 PM
  2. Choose
    By criverajr in forum Electronics
    Replies: 16
    Last Post: 11-04-2006, 04:00 PM
  3. Trying to choose...
    By snowjay in forum Speakers
    Replies: 7
    Last Post: 01-06-2006, 07:42 AM
  4. Which sub should I choose?
    By dpowell in forum Subwoofer Hookup & Bass Management
    Replies: 25
    Last Post: 10-16-2005, 12:30 PM
  5. HSU, SVS, M&K! How do I choose?!?!?
    By JcM in forum Subwoofer Hookup & Bass Management
    Replies: 12
    Last Post: 04-23-2005, 01:23 AM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts