they only work with macs with internal amplifiers. like the iMac or the G4's. you can't use them directly with a G5 or a Powerbook. they sound impressive for their size, but for real base and volume you need to get a bigger system.<br><br>
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#147340 - 03/11/0401:31 PMRe: why dont those cool looking speakers come with...
they are an extra..of course<br>they have a subwoofer as well i beleive that runs them<br><br>Apple Pro Speakers feature powerful Harman Kardon audio technology. They connect to your Power Mac G4 desktop systems using a single cable which provides 20 watts of sound (10 watts/channel) to the speakers with a frequency range of 70 hertz to 20 kilohertz. The Apple Pro Speakers can be used in conjunction with the Harmon Kardon iSub system to enrich your audio experience even more. The analog-based speakers require systems with an Apple speaker minijack.<br><br>
What are some good speakers to get then?<br>i have those cambridge soundwork ones but they are starting to crap out on me.<br><br>Ps The reason i asked about them for the G5 is because at Comp USA they had those speakers set up to the G5s.<br><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by gnfnr2k on 03/11/04 09:08 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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You can now also get SoundSticks II which are similar but have a standard <br>3.5 mm Jack and so can be used for any computer.<br><br>"For a successful technology, reality must take precedence over public relations, for Nature cannot be fooled." - Richard Feynman
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