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echoes01

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my computer speakers are starting to break up, so i'm in the market for another pair.

does anyone know of a tolerable-to-hyperacusis set of stereo speakers and sound card that possibly come with a graphic equalizer?  i'm finding it difficult to listen to music and watch videos, and i'm interested in trying alternate methods.
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Rob

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echoes -

I have the Bose Companion 3 speakers.  Here's a link.  Good sound for a speaker the size of a deck of cards.  That big sucker behind the speakers is the subwoofer, which comes with a separate control.   

http://www.amazon.com/Bose-Companion-Series-Multimedia-Speaker/dp/B00064X4QM/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1351728855&sr=8-6&keywords=bose+companion+3+ii

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echoes01

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WOW, that's expensive.  guess you gotta pay for quality.
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Rob

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They also make very good noise cancellation headphones.  The QuietComfort 15 model is excellent. 

http://www.bose.com/controller?url=/shop_online/headphones/noise_cancelling_headphones/index.jsp

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echoes01

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lol i think my headphone days are over.
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