rigging up a custom surround system

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  1. fade

    fade tie your shoe bitch

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    ok my friend owns a logitech z-680 ( http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/products/productlist/US/EN,CRID=18 ), and his sub broke so he sent in his broken sub and got a whole new system.

    so he gave me his old speakers. now the reciever for this system was built into the sub, but i dont see how i can purchase the sub separately.

    are these speakers even worth buying a reciever and a sub for? the same system now goes around 200 dollars, and unless i can pick up a cheap ass reciever its worthless right?

    thanks for your input

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  2. dbdraggin

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    receiver? you mean amp dont you? i think one of us is confused
     
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    buy a sub on ebay
     
  4. 66comet

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    I'm pretty sure these speakers have a fairly high resistance, so I doubt they would work with a regular receiver.
     
  5. 04

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    Yeah, those z680 speakers should work fine with a new reciever. You can always upgrade to better speakers down the road.
     
  6. 04

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    Even if they were high resistance, a normal surround receiver wouldnt have any problems driving them, unless they were extremely high, like over 32 ohms or something.
     

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