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Old 09-08-2008, 01:48 PM   #8
joetama
 
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I understand there would be an increase in performance by using just about anything other than your current setup. However, what really is the point to building it yourself if you aren't going to go for the best sounding design that you can build yourself. If you aren't going to challenge yourself and learn something out of the whole ordeal you might as well go buy some Klipsch or JBL speakers.
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