Reviews and Problems with Logitech Z-10 Interactive 2.0 Speaker System
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Best Computer Speakers with Rich Bass/Treble Tones, date/time.
3 March 2014
Summary: I love them to pieces! The sound is very rich, doesn't sound like your typical pc speakers. I enjoy listening to them when gaming, or listening to music. Rich bass tones, treble tones, and it's nice to see the time and date on the speakers when it's dark. It works with Windows 8.1 OS, too! It's my 2nd pair, my other pair lasted like 7 years, and would have lasted longer if it wasn't dropped too many times.
Summary: I've had these speakers, that I purchased from CompUSA(remember them?) when they were closing down. I remember looking at them for many days, and the prices didn't go down too much, but I think I still got a decent deal: around $75? Can't remember, because it was like 7 years ago!! And they run fantastic!
Summary: we had previously had Bose speakers to use with our main computer. However, after a bad storm zapped them, we looked for a less expensive set for replacements. We have been very pleased with the sound quality of these speakers as well as ease of set up and use. If we can do it, anybody can!
Summary: The sound quality is great, more than I expected from PC speakers and the price I paid for. If I am being picky, I would like clearer instructions on channel setup, which speaker on which side. Also, it would be a nice-to-have feature in the control software to configure speakers for 2 channels.
Summary: I have 3 sets of these speakers. They have great sound and I use one set in my home office in lieu of the TV speakers. The major problem is that the 'volume control' goes bad. Have the problem on 2 sets but luckily they are 'stopped' at a level that I can live with.
Summary: I have purchased three previous sets of speakers for my laptop and so far the Z-Tech is the best of them all. I was surprised of the sound quality which really enhances my music listening pleasure. The size of the speakers does not measure up to the audio output.
Summary: I just opened the box and turned them on, and they are truly awesome. True, the speakers have some noise you can hear when no music is playing, but the audio quality is great, the touch controls are cool, and they are REALLY well made, HEAVY SPEAKERS, THICK THICK THICK cords! YAY, they won't short out like my crappy harmon/kardons. Great stereo imaging. Killer price, too. Hey, I can't believe the bass is so good without a woofer. I can't stop touching them.
Summary: I'm old-school about my music. I want to accurately re-produce whatever the sound engineer mastered in the studio. That means Hi-Fi, which means big-heavy speakers with flat, accurate response through the audio range. The trouble is, that making these types of systems is really expensive. It's much cheaper to put a fat, flabby subwoofer and some tinny tweeters into some cheap plastic boxes and advertise it as 'better' because it has a subwoofer.