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I'm looking into getting a nice set of speakers for my dorm room next year without breaking the bank. The past years i have made my own system, but i would rather leave them at home for this upcoming year. In the past, i have tried Logitech and Altec Lansing, and was disappointed in the overall sound quality. I'm looking at these 2 Creative sets: I-Trigue 3330 and Inspire T3100. Which one looks like a good deal?

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The I-Trigue 3330 are going to give you better sound and also come with a wired remote. More $$ than the Inspire but you get what you pay for.

Personally, I would head down to my local Best Buy or Fry's and test drive the speaker sets that I intended to buy. Buying speakers or monitors on line will save some money but without hearing or seeing in person, you may be disappointed when they arrive and you plug them in.

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The I-Trigue 3330 are going to give you better sound and also come with a wired remote. More $$ than the Inspire but you get what you pay for.

Personally, I would head down to my local Best Buy or Fry's and test drive the speaker sets that I intended to buy. Buying speakers or monitors on line will save some money but without hearing or seeing in person, you may be disappointed when they arrive and you plug them in.

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Thanks for the tip chscag, unfortunately for me, the only display audio that my Best Buy has is Bose. Now don't get me wrong, i would love to get the Companion 3 series, but that is good amount of dough there. I'm going to do some shopping around though, who knows, i might invest a little in the Bose.

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