Summary: These things are really, really good. I'd rate their sound above the Z-5500, and above the more recent THX sets.
They have plenty of power, and are reasonably articulate. No, they're not Hi-Fi, and won't compete with a good KEF speaker system paired with a reasonable amplifier.
Pros: Sound quality, bass quantity,
Cons: Reliability, controller, bass quantity can be overwhelming
Summary: After exhaustively testing this component system I must say that we have found a real winner. The system works very well and it can really bring out the best in a well recorded piece of music or a well designed computer game.
Excerpt: One system that offers similarly impressive sound and that has a much lower price tag is the Logitech Z-560. Currently the lowest-priced four-channel THX-certified computer speaker on the market, it's the first system we've seen that beats the Klipsch ProMedia 4.1 at its own game.
Conclusion: The quality of the system
is evident and it is easy to see how a THX certification was awarded here. Power
is ample at 400W RMS for the system and music sounds great from Audio CD or MP3.
Something is lacking however, and it seems to be the lack of 5.1 capability.
Conclusion: As much as I praised this system in the review, of course there are better systems out there…if you pay the price! However, for the meagre (yeah I know its not exactly meagre) price tag of AU$499 (Available from PC's Australia in NSW for $394), these speakers provide superb sound in all...
Conclusion: L'ensemble d'enceintes de Logitech dispose de tous les arguments pour séduire. Quatre satellites, un caisson, un bloc de commande déporté et un prix attractif. Et la qualité est aussi au rendez-vous.