Logitech Z623 200 Watt Home Speaker System, 2.1 Speaker System
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- THX-certified 2.1 speaker system brings your music, movies and games to life in immersive studio-quality audio
- 400Watts of Peak/200Watts (RMS) gives you the power to listen as loud as you want to while the on-speaker controls lets you easily dial the volume and bass up or down
- RCA and 3.5mm inputs make it easy to plug in up to three audio devices - your computer, iPod, game console, DVD player and more
- Two satellite speakers and a powerful subwoofer deliver sound big enough to fill even large entertainment rooms
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Logitech speaker system z623 with thx-certified 2.1 System delivers big, bold sound with 200 watts (rms) of power-from your music, movies, and games.
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This set has tight bass and balanced sounds. It doesn’t sound boomy like other cheaper alternatives. Personally, I just feel that there is a thin veil in front of the speakers, the sounds seem a bit muffled when compared to the old set. (But that old set costs more) It’s value for money.
Overall I am still happy with this purchase.
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This is a speaker of the times, 2018. Technology. What do they sound like? They are very "close", very IN YOUR FACE. The sound field is intimate. Now, they back off and lack just a little bit on the high end. But the bass is unstoppable. Again, speaker of the times. If your scene is "Yo Baby Yo Baby Yo Baby Yo", it's all you could ever want in life. However .. if you like a little Jim Croce and America, it's not bad there either. Because the mid-range is so vibrant and colorful. And that comes in for what I was saying about "close". It's the middle part of a mix that carries intimacy and presence. These speakers have that. I would GUESS that Rush fans and maybe Genesis fans would be a little disappointed here .. simply because the complexity of that music needs a strong high end to explain itself. Neil and Phil would love it, though. The kick drum is definitely in the house. No, that's not a modern term. I mean .. it sounds like the kick drum is in your house. Really really.
For the price of the speakers .. it's absolutely ludicrous that you can get this much fidelity. The value here is enormous. Highly, highly recommended.
To be honest, I bought these speakers alongside a monitor for my PC not expecting much other than knowing that for a fact they will at least be better than the speakers found in my TV, which I was using as a monitor for the longest time. When I received them, I quickly set them up and played some music from my phone. I was simply blown away at the sound quality that these speakers put out even when they were not properly setup in terms of placement. Once the speakers were properly setup, I was even more amazed. I eventually cranked up the volume somewhere around three-quarters of the way and was even more surprised that these speakers were not distorting. Ever since I set them up, I have been using them not on my PC but on my Macbook Pro nonstop and have even been able to turn off my EQ in iTunes as I feel these speakers reproduced the sound more accurately.
Keep in mind that my review is based on many variables such as the size of my room, placement of the speakers, etc. But, I have found that with these speakers you need to turn up the bass knob (for me I turned it in between 1 and 2 O’Clock) to achieve a smooth low frequency response and a more overall “fuller” sound. When setting up the speakers, I recommend referencing the picture I included for placement and using a song that you know well and setting the volume to your normal listening volume and then modifying the bass knob to your satisfaction. I would like to stress that placement is one of the biggest factors for how your system will sound.
Regardless, I find that these speakers are absolutely worth the money. I have used them to listen to music, to play movies, and other miscellaneous audio related tasks on my computer. There is no doubt that these speakers are THX Certified because it felt like pretty close to being in a movie theater when it came to movies that made adequate use of the subwoofer. I am even contemplating getting another pair to replace the Bose Cinemate GS Series II that is on the TV in my living room as I feel that this system is better than the Bose. I can only find one con when it comes to this system and that is if it were to be used for on a TV, which Logitech says it can be used for, there is no remote for changing the volume or shutting the unit off. Using it on a TV could lead to having to change volume by hand as most TVs have a fixed audio output not a variable one.
To be fair, this is a minor fault considering that this system is more of a system for the computer than for the TV.
Nonetheless, don’t hesitate buying this unit. For the price, I have yet to find anything that can beat it let alone one that is comparable.
Update: After almost 2 weeks it has developed the high pitch noise in right speaker as described in other reviews . If your not right next to the speakers you don't notice it or at high volumes. But if you are like me and use them at a computer desk with the speakers right next to you , you notice it unless volume is medium to high. Rather disappointing cause i feel without this issue they would be a very nice setup.
Now having been using these for a few days now, all I can say is wow. Initially this started because I have been using speakers with my pc I actually got from work about seven years ago and they worked just fine, in fact they still work just fine. However, as I get older I notice that just fine is no longer working for me, as my ears age along with the rest of my body sometimes the low end gets hard for me to make out, and this happened to me while I tried to watch a youtube video. I turned my speakers all the way up and turned the controls on the video all the way up and I still could not really make out what was being said.
So I knew I needed something better. They are labeled as "Powerful THX Sound" and boy are they ever powerful. For the first time I'm finding myself having to turn things down because they are too high, and I am truly happy that I picked these up.
If you are like me and its getting harder to make things out, these are a really good pickup. I hooked them up to my PC, and PS4 through an external sound card and they are just fabulous speakers. The subwoofer on the floor pounds out bass that is impressive and with 400 watts of power, hearing things is no longer a problem.