I'll agree with you on some points. I have looked up prices on audio equipment and that's around what I've seen. But all of that adds up (including the sub) to around $380+ (probably not including shipping etc...). If the inverter works, I'm looking at a system that is comparable for $100 + inverter (which is also powering the computer).
As for Pure Sine wave inverters, they are generally cleaner power than what you get out of your outletAdding an inverter to the mix, even pure sine wave, is just another chance for noise to enter the system
I know I can set up the speakers in my car to look good. I intended to have the speakers stick out somewhat (in the back of the car) so people know they are logitechs and they'll get jealous
Anyway, my real question is: has anyone tested out some quality computer speakers on a modified sine wave inverter? And what did you experience? Was there a lot of noise or not?
If someone would test it out for me, that would be great.