Reviews and Problems with Logitech Z-10 Interactive 2.0 Speaker System
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Logitech Z-10 Interactive 2.0 Speaker System
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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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...
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