Accurate with deep bass, at least at moderate levels - excellent value.
26 January 2014
Summary: Worked will outta the box. Woofer goes deep but loses accuracy at higher volume, so the separate bass volume control is very useful. We found no need to download an equalizer. Twin speakers sounded full and accurate fed directly.
Summary: I like the audio overall. The speakers are pretty good with mid and higher range notes and very loud when you want them to be. The subwoofer is okay. I sort of expected more out of it. It has a hard time playing lower bass notes. However, the subwoofer can get very loud and for a small woofer it's powerful.
Summary: I had a pair of Logitech X-230 till the transformer inside started buzzing. Went to get these speakers the Z523 only to be totally disappointed by the sound, the mids are terrible, it sounds kinda metallic and not really there, so i went on and fixed my old X-230 which are awesome compared to these. Now the Z523 sit in a corner collecting dust. Bring back the old line for 2.1 these ones are terrible Logitech and they don`t server well for your name.
Summary: I was very excited to get these speakers and very disappointed when they came. I love Logitech and prefer them for all of my peripherals, but these were a huge letdown. I received a horrible humming feedback when I first plugged them in. I unplugged the 9-pin connector and reseated it, screwing it ALL the way in. This took care of the hum; however as soon as my foot touched the slack cable, the humming came back.
Summary: I've had these for a couple of years and they're still going strong, though I'm about to replace them. Note that if you plug these directly into your computer and use no EQ, they're miserable to listen to. Here's my setup: -Coaxial digital from the computer sound card to a cheap but good DAC -Optical digital from the TV/monitor to the DAC for listening to HDMI devices (cable box and game console) -From the DAC I run high quality (but still cheap) cables to the...