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    Default [WTB] Creative Speaker

    Guys I want to buy creative inspire T20 can anyone tell me the price of the product and where in which shop I can find it. Do anyone know any shoppers at IDB who may have the product in stock.

    Actually budget is tight no worse; so I need good quality 2:0 speaker at cheap price.

    Expecting suggestion from BG member regarding price

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    http://us.store.creative.com/Creativ...B001RNOHDU.htm
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    I have personally used these speakers, if you are looking for full rounded bass then you will be very disappointed. I suggest you go along with microlab solo series, there are some pretty good models in that line up; solo 9c is rather good with dual 6inch polymer cones and silk dome tweeters powered by 55wx2 (RMS) bipolar transistor amps.

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    My vote goes to the Mircoloab Solo 9C.

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    http://www.computersourcebd.com/micr...-rms_1899.html
    @MLS yes no doubt speaker you suggested is a great one. but I am seeing the price tag is 18.5K way over my budget/plan. I am looking for speaker at max 3.5K/4K.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metal View Post
    http://www.computersourcebd.com/micr...-rms_1899.html
    @MLS yes no doubt speaker you suggested is a great one. but I am seeing the price tag is 18.5K way over my budget/plan. I am looking for speaker at max 3.5K/4K.
    http://www.amazon.com/Creative-GigaW.../dp/B001RNOHDU

    The T20 equals to about Tk. 6,585 so taking that as a guide you can look at the Microlab FineCone FC series. These three models are very good

    http://www.computersourcebd.com/micr...t-rms_748.html

    http://www.computersourcebd.com/micr...t-rms_736.html

    http://www.computersourcebd.com/micr...t-rms_133.html

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    I think Microlab M 200 is one of the best stylish Sound systems for PCs, The sound is loud and crisp, so you can give it a try,and it's super affordable ..... price 2800 Highest.

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