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Logitech Z-10 Interactive 2.0 Speaker System

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Overall 7

Logitech Z-10 Interactive 2.0 Speaker System

PC Magazine
19 April 2008
  • Conclusion: The Z-10s are great-sounding, great-looking speakers with useful controls (that are not quite as responsive to touch as they should be). The good outweighs the bad here, however, and these would be a fine acquisition for desktop listening on the job or in your home office.
  • Pros: Very good audio quality. Zero distortion. Snazzy design and control panel.
  • Cons: Control-panel buttons are stubborn. Manual could be more in-depth.
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Overall 8

Logitech Z 10

8 December 2007
  • Excerpt: The multimedia speakers segment will always be one of the most dynamic and fast paced in the market, with some really cool and innovative designs released these days. Logitech is a veteran in this field, and we at tech2 have covered them profusely. This time we have their Z 10 speaker system, a high end, expensive speaker set, which can be used for desktops, HTPCs and even small music systems Design and features The Z 10 speakers are not ordinary PC speakers, in fact,...
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Logitech's Z-10 Speakers: Your Laptop's Best Friend

Digital Home Thoughts
18 July 2007
  • Excerpt: Product Category: Speakers Manufacturer: Logitech Where to Buy: Low Price Search Price: $100 to $150 USD System Requirements: Computer with USB port or 3.5mm analog audio output Specifications: 9.7"H x 4.5" W x 4.7" D per speaker. 30W RMS two-way speaker design. One inch dome tweeter and three inch large-magnet high-excursion woofer per speaker.
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Review: Logitech Z-10 Speakers

28 April 2007
  • Conclusion: These are a great pair of speakers. They really sound good for how small they are. They are not the most portable speakers because of the size and weight. They are a great addition to a laptop or desktop that does not have a sound card. They are a little expensive for a 2.0 speaker system, the retail price is $149.99, but because it sounds so good I think it is worth the price.
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Logitech's Z-10 Speakers: Your Laptop's Best Friend

Digital Home Thoughts
5 February 2007
  • Summary: I'm a bit biased: I've always liked Logitech speakers. From the first time I connected a pair of their 5.1 speakers several years ago, I've thought quite highly of the company's products. So when they offered to send me a pair of their new Z-10 speakers I jumped at the chance. This was the first pair of their speakers without a sub-woofer that I was going to test, so I was interested to see how they performed. Would they have decent sound without a sub?
  • Pros: Superb black piano-gloss finish;, Crisp and clear audio over USB;, Surprisingly good bass response;, Touch-input to control audio playback.
  • Cons: Expensive for a 2.0 system;, LCD touch controls might be of dubious value to some;, Desktop software needed to gain full benefit of touch controls;, No Vista software (at the time of this writing).
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Logitech Z-10 Review

31 January 2007
  • Pros: Cool looking LCD display; touch sensitive controls; excellent sound quality; nice design elements
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Expert Review

27 December 2006
  • Summary: All told, I was very happy with the Logitech Z-10 Interactive Speaker System. At first these seemed like an unlikely mix of their G15 keyboard and a stereo speaker set, but I started to really like the LCD and then the sound quality won me over. Every time it seems like stereo speakers on the PC are dead something cool like this comes along and reminds us that sometimes, especially when using high quality gear, two speakers are all it takes.
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Logitech Z-10 Speakers

11 December 2006
  • Conclusion: When sex appeal meets consumer electronics truly great gadgets are formed.  So when Logitech decided to sprinkle a little magic (and money) on the new Z-10 speakers the results were beyond the norm.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

23 November 2006
  • Conclusion: We also tested the Z-10 speakers' soundtrack skills and watched a couple of DVDs. In a medium-sized room, sitting about eight feet back, we had to crank the Z-10s almost all the way to get enough home-theater kick -- but we expect most people will be sitting much closer to the speakers, in a typical computer-user scenario where you're only about three feet away.
  • Pros: Artist information and control buttons are Windows only and only work with certain software music players, Touch-sensitive buttons can be finicky, Glossy black finish can smudge, No option to add subwoofer
  • Cons: Stylish design, LCD screen that displays artist and track info, Great sound for computer speakers, Digital USB connection bypasses computer's sound card, Cool-looking touch-sensitive buttons, Four internet radio presets
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Test: Logitech Z-10 interaktive højtalere

29 January 2012
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