Reviews and Problems with Logitech Z-5450 Digital 5.1 Speaker System
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5 March 2009
Conclusion: To be honest, I was not sure what I would think when reviewing these speakers. Having listened to hifi speakers for a good couple of years, it had been a while since I'd last listened to my Klipsch speakers which at the time simply couldn't compare to my HT system. Things have certainly changed!
Logitech Z-5450 Digital Multimedia Speaker System Review
30 May 2006
Summary: The Logitech Z-5450 Digital system sounds great right out of the box. You will find yourself completely immersed in games such as Ghost Recon when using the Dolby Pro Logic II: Movie mode. You will jerk your head around when you hear a twig snap behind you as you sneak around a wooded encampment.
Pros: Can handle a computer, a gaming system, and even has an extra input for a CD/DVD player, Includes a THX-certified DD/DTS controller (with Dolby Pro Logic II & DTS 96/24), Very loud and clean playback of 5.1 sources
Cons: Subwoofer becomes muddy as volume level increases when listening to music, Stereo sound quality becomes harsh at high volume levels, Boring styling
Summary: Trailing speaker cables all over the place is just as tedious in the office as it is in the living room, so three cheers to Logitech for cutting the two longest runs. Both rear satellites are independent, and while they aren't technically wireless - each needs a mains input - you can still arrange...
Excerpt: Those who follow PC speakers closely would surely know about Logitech’s Z-5500 speakers and how much everyone loves them. They are indeed one of the best 5.1 PC speakers we have come across. The Z-5450, the one we are reviewing, are a slightly less powerful version of the Z-5500.