Decent mid-range from satellites, Very muddy / muffled base from the sub
24 October 2014
Summary: Please keep something in mind while reading this review.... How speakers sound is very subjective, what sounds good to you, may sound like crap to somebody else, and vis versa. ---- That said, with this system the satellite's sounded pretty good, but the sub sounded like a fat guy cuttin a Taco Bell fart underwater.
Summary: Given the brand name and other reviews, I had good expectations of these speakers. However, they are a disappointment. The sound quality is disappointing. The highs are more like mid-range. The bass is not tight and it's over powering the mid-range. The bass is not adjustable. The volume do not go as loud as expected. Personal advice: 1) these speakers are not worth the purchase 2) don't but speakers that don't have a bass control.
Excerpt: Initially I liked the Z313. Speakers offered average sound for a modest price. That's what I was looking for. Then the right speaker stopped working after a few months. Now I only have 1 working speaker. Disappointing.
Summary: The Logitech Z313 2.1 Speaker System sounds great at low to medium volume levels and I really like the wired remote volume control and switch. They have enough power, with no distortion that I can hear, for an average sized room or apartment. I’ve had these for about a week and I’m very happy with them.
Summary: I have had these speakers since November 2012. It is now July 2013 and the right speaker is now emitting only a low static sound and nothing else. Sound from only one speaker is not enjoyable. Another major flaw, when plugging in headphones into the jack, you cannot alter the volume with the dial. Have to change volume with the volume mixer in windows. I will shell out more money for something more appropriate. Good luck with these.
Summary: I guess you get what you pay for. These speakers are very cheap and they sound cheap. They are tuned to give mostly bass and there is no way to adjust the bass on them. I don't mean that they give an awesome bass sound, they don't. It's just that the higher tones are eliminated. It makes listening to spoken word not so good. And listening to music is not so good either because there is no 'fullness' to the sound.
Excerpt: I guess you get what you pay for. These speakers are very cheap and they sound cheap. They are tuned to give mostly bass and there is no way to adjust the bass on them. I don't mean that they give an awesome bass sound, they don't. It's just that the higher tones are eliminated. It makes listening to spoken word not so good. And listening to music is not so good either because there is no 'fullness' to the sound.
Summary: I got this system for my mom and dad for christmas. It seemed to be of decent quality. However my main dissapointment is that the subwoofer volume and the sattelite speaker volume only turn up and down together. In other words if the subwoofer bass is a little too loud (or not enough) you can't separately control the volume. Even worse than that, when the sattelite speakers are linked directly to your device (without the sub) it will not play by themselves.
Summary: The configurator made it seem as though we needed external speakers for the HP 27 AIO, but that PC has internal speakers which sound just fine, so I returned these unopened within the 21 day grace period. I had ordered the cheapest speakers available. I've no idea how well these perform, but boy, from the picture on the box they really look cheap! The web picture looks much better.