Re: Sound Card vs. Receiver
Date: Thu, 06 May 2004 12:29:33 GMT
bwahahaha.... 500W computer speakers....
FHLH..... Marketing at it's finest.
"Matt Bai" <mattbai@u m i c h . e d u> wrote in message
> I don't think power is the main concern here. You can buy computer
> systems with 500W of power or more which is more than enough for a normal
> home theater. > HTH,
> "MORE IS ALWAYS BETTER" <email@example.com> wrote in
> message news:868C629B-0C43-4F8B-9403-5FABF59B830E@microsoft.com...
> > MORE PWOER CAPT.
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