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  • Add-on speakers for LCD TV.
  • Mof
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    Bit late at daft-o-clock to post a thread..but spent most of the night scouring t’internet for above mentioned item. We have a smallish LCD tv in the bedroom..picture is fine, but sound is a bit “lacking” so I’d like to add something better. I think a full surround-sound system would be inappropriate in the bedroom, so looking for something affordable to spice up the LCD TV’s weedy speakers without waking up the neighbours. Any suggestions?

    dave_rudabar
    Free Member

    What outputs does it have and what is it connected to at the moment (i.e. just an aerial/freeview box/sky)?

    konabunny
    Free Member

    Are the hundred quid 5.1 surround sound in-all-in-one-box packages any good for an average punter who just wants to turn up the TV a bit for films or gaming, for instance?

    dave_rudabar
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    Anything’s better than nothing. If you can get one where you’re able to set the bass (at least) & treble on them, then yeah.
    A former housemate had some but always had the volumes set high – you’re only just supposed to be able to make out the rear effects for best results IIRC.

    Saccades
    Free Member

    Similar set up – I stuck a 2:1 system that I got for the PS2 on it, it was £50 back in the day for 35W rms, plenty loud and good sound/bass on it.

    Would imagine you could get one now for cheaper.

    Flaperon
    Full Member

    Either the Creative Gigaworks T20 or T40, but if you have £100 to splash out get the Harmon Kardon 2.1 soundsticks (clear acrylic). Sounds absolutely marvellous – in fact, we were so impressed we now have two sets of them in our house.

    Spongebob
    Free Member

    The best £100 2.1 speakers are Aego M by Acoustic Energy, period!

    The neighbours will hate you though.

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