People looking for more quality sound compliment for their gaming and media needs may just get that thanks to these new surround sound speakers announced by Logitech.
And the experience is MINDBLOWING. -End statement
I'll stick with my real surround system that has a 1000W amp, 8 speakers incl. subwoofer, HDMI repeater ports, microphone auto-tune and is DTS-HD/Dolby HD compliant thank you. -End discussion
LOL at the disagrees. You keep your little system and I will keep the real thing.
I'm one of the disagrees. How much was your system? If it was 100 or less, then go ahead and brag. But, for those that only have a low amount to spend then these will work great. My system slaughters what you have but I'm not chiming like a douche.
Hate to brag but I m very proud of my Onkyo HT-S9100THX!
I have a pair of these Altec Lansings (see image below), I got them 4-5 years ago and they are LOVELY!!!! I recently got the family a pair for the living room and that pair has always kind of cut out during certain sharp sounds, it's probably a defect. My question would be, would it be worth it to upgrade to these logitechs? My altecs are AMAZING so would these Lgitechs live up to it? If so I'd just give the family my old altecs to replace the defaulty ones.
Might Get Them Later On In The Year
I love Logitech speakers... I still rock my Z2300's and they sound great... and LOUD lol
Same here. I've own this model for about 4 years and have never had a problem with them and can still shake the windows in my living room. I need to buy a spare before Logitech stop making them.
I got the Z-5500 for my consoles and a Z-2300 for my PC, they both are really great. I hope they make the next step of the Z-5500 that supports HDMI.
Also pleased with the speakers from Logitech. I have been using Z-5450 for several years, the sound quality is very good. Also they are very loud, only in rare cases, listen to their higher than half the volume. It is a pity of course that there is no HDMI, but the two optical and one coaxial plug is enough for 5.1 channel systems.
@Solbadguy Same here i have the z5500 and like you i hope theye make the next one wtih HDMI and 7.1
Been waiting for those to go on sale again, they were once down to 200, but sitting at >400 right now.
Z-5500 are my computer setup and by far one of the greatest purchases ever made and I have never heard one complaint about them. Logitech makes great systems and I am sure this one if no different.
I've got the Logitech X-530 5.1 speakers myself.. They are very nice, Would highly recommend 'em. Only £39.99 also. :)
Logitech Z-5500 is all you need, crisp quality, 10 inch SUBWoofer, and it's sitting right here below my desk, bit of a price tag ($350) but it was worth it. Power both my PS3 and PC, and ohhh it's loud. Yep
No HDMI no buy for me sorry Logitech but no HDMI equals fail even on a budget system
I agree with. HDMI is a must.
It needs alot more than just HDMI to be a good surround system.
Would make standard home theater speakers (speaker wire input). They make great speakers, but they're really missing a market there.
I'm just curious if these will live up to my altec lansings, any thoughts?
But Logitech rarely disappoints. Just avoid their laptop speakers...
I'm going to have to get these. I've been looking for an affordable solution for my speakers dilemma.
Ones with amp/receiver. 5.1
Nice looking. I wouldnt mind haveing a set of those myself.
wow,thsee look so cheap,not like the better looking ones that are already out,the Z550 or wotever them ones are.id pay abit extra to get some that look better so they dont look so cheap
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