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! The imaging on these Logitechs was simply superb and pinpointed the sounds exactly the way I wanted them to.
Excerpt: Originating from Switzerland, Logitech has had a lasting relationship with the consumer and OEM multimedia markets respectively since 1981 and have being constantly evolving their broad array of devices ranging from digital pens to market leading wireless solutions to meet corporate requirements.
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 them up to 8.5m from the sub without hauling furniture around. High audio standards Even without the wireless factor, this is a well-specced set.
Excerpt: Vi var til en Logitech event tilbage i august måned 2005. Her blev de kommende produkter vist frem til pressen og siden da har vi grundigt anmeldt en række af dem hér på PlayStadium. Vi mener at det er vigtigt at teste et produkt ordentligt, og ikke blot gengive vores umiddelbare oplevelse med produktet. Med Logitechs nyeste 5.1 surround system var det ikke blot en opgave at skulle anmelde deres Z-5450 THX certificerede højtaler system.