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Old 12-01-2012, 08:37 PM   #4
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If you have the money, I can vouch for Bose Companion Speakers. I worked at Bose back in 2007, and I was initially skeptical of their products, but after seeing firsthand, the dedication the employees have I absolutly belived them to be a quality product, high quality and more. I currently have a Bose center channel in my home theater, and a pair of the older version of the QC headphones. The QCs are amazing, nothing like them.

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