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Cheap, yet decent, receiver

I'm in the market to buy a home theater receiver for use with my computer.

Presently, I have an Audigy 2 sound card and Creative Inspire 6.1 speakers which I'd like to reuse if at all possible. The speakers connect to the sub using standard composite connectors, however, the sub has three 1/8" analog connectors which connect to the sound card.

So, what I'm looking for, is suggestions on either a receiver unit that will accept the 1/8" analog connectors, or the best way to go about hooking this speaker set to a receiver unit.

My budget at the time being is $150-200, which I know won't get me the greatest quality in the world. I like to try out ideas using cheap components first, then if it works out, I replace it with better stuff. New, used, refurb, doesn't make a difference to me, so long as the thing works.

Given all this, what would people suggest?

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