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On a budget right now so I want to use my older speakers for a 2.1 system but will they screw up the set if placed too close?
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On a budget right now so I want to use my older speakers for a 2.1 system but will they screw up the set if placed too close?
No. Flat Panel TVs are immune from the unshielded speaker problem you have with CRTs.

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