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Ultimate Geek


# 17058 9-Nov-2007 15:06
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Question..

Im wanting to run my PS3 with a 22inc LDC PC Screen.. with HDMI to DVI cable..

So.. that leaves me with Optical out put from the PS3 for 5.1 sound..

Now it gets tricky..

Is there such a thing as PC 5.1 Speakers with Optical input?

Or will i have to buy a Nice soundcard with Optical in.

Or will i have end up buy a Amplifier that takes HDMI - $1500 :(

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  # 94464 9-Nov-2007 15:21
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  # 94500 9-Nov-2007 18:11
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Cool thanks for that chiefie

Think ill buy thos Z-5500.. Look sweet.. and should do the trick

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  # 94827 12-Nov-2007 13:04

Logitech ftw.



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  # 94853 12-Nov-2007 15:47
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Well picked up my Samsung 226BW 22" Widescreen LCD today..



And my Logitech Z-5500 5.1 speakers should be in on Thursday..

Will try and post some Pics when its all setup..

Should be a really sweet system for watching/playing 720p movies/games.

Later on i might get 24"-30" LCD so i can run the full 1080p but will wait for prices to drop first.
And wait for the larger LCD panels to get faster.



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  # 95765 18-Nov-2007 11:48
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Just tested the Logitech Z-5500 speakers the other day...and WOW... Wow guys Wow!!

infact they were so good..

I played the Darkness game.. from start to finish... about 15hours i was playing for..
Abit sick i know.. but the sound was amazing.. coming from standard speakers..
+ i was also scared to 2 to bed...



JACKIE .......................  The Darkness is in you   JACKIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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