those good old Logitech X530 speakers, rated 70W RMS and 140W max. now although i totally adore this speaker set than any other *including the Z5500D* because the X530 has a much better bass to volume ratio. here is s sort of simple mod that i did today that pushed the performance of the speakers way past what i thought it was ever capable of sorry there arent many pics as i didnt think about pics untill well half way thru the mod :S PS sorry about the pic quality... pics were taken with a nokia 6110 - i need a new cam asap :S -------------- here is our little friend the X530 set there is not much i could do with the satelite speakers, they were pretty much fine. but i wanted to work on the sub. the sub speaker is very very small, taking off that silver grille, the speaker measures about 4" across which is smaller than car stock speakers :S >> in another job someone gave me their pioneer speaker system home theatre sub unit because there was a serious electrical fault in the unit. > this pic below shows the pioneer system and the 4" speaker on top so i checked the 10" speaker in that and it was rated at 125W at 4OHM. and so was the logitech speaker. cha-ching! so i gutted the pioneer system, pulled out the spider coil and amp board. i then gutted the X530 which took the longest. as the wires were pretty much glued and stapled down inside.