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Logitech Z520

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Overall 8

Logitech Speaker System Z520

maximum pc
3 November 2009
  • Excerpt: We haven’t auditioned many cheap speaker systems lately. Why? Well, let’s just say we don’t enjoy subjecting our ears to the sonic equivalent of waterboarding. But Logitech has a knack for packing big sound into inexpensive boxes, so we agreed to review its new two-channel Z520 system.
  • Pros: Great sound for the money; very wide soundstage; attractive industrial design.
  • Cons: Not enough bass punch for games or movies; hard-wired cables.
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Overall 7

Playlist Logitech Speaker System Z520

25 September 2009
  • Excerpt: (1 items) Just a few years ago, 2.1 speaker systems—those that use small, left and right satellites for higher frequencies plus a larger subwoofer/amplifier component that sits under your desk and produces lower frequencies—dominated the computer-speaker market. But over the last few years, 2.0 systems—which comprise slightly larger left and right speakers, with the amplifier housed inside one of those speakers—have become popular again.
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Overall 8

These high-quality stereo PC speakers have good mid-range and treble response but lack a subwoofer

Good Gear Guide.au
4 June 2010
  • Summary: If you’re looking for a simple and compact pair of stereo speakers that still sound detailed, the Z520 set from Logitech is a good choice. It doesn’t have everything we’d want in a set of near-field speakers but the overall package is tempting.
  • Pros: Clear treble, accurate mid-range, decent power levels
  • Cons: No option to add a subwoofer, expensive
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Overall 7

Logitech Z520 Speakers review

Pocket Lint
30 September 2009
  • Pros: Compact yet stylish, great sound quality for their size, no external sub reduces clutter
  • Cons: Expensive, deceptively heavy, no remote
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