Reviews and Problems with Logitech Z-5450 Digital 5.1 Speaker System
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Logitech Z-5450 5.1 Wireless Speakers
23 August 2007
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. What sets the Z-5450 apart from its predecessors are its rear wireless satellites. Let’s see if they sound as good as they look.
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. Voices of the enemy in the distance will cause your heart to pound as you try to get close enough for a clear shot.
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