Summary: I was pretty upset. I was really planning on enjoying this, but the subwoofer gives this terribly annoying buzzing sound at certain notes that I can't get rid of. It started doing it right off the bat. No return policy though.
Excerpt: I had a pair of Altec Lansing speakers that I had for years and was very happy with. The "pin" plug was flawed, and I made the mistake of taking it out, and then couldn't get it back in and jacked up all the pins.
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.
Cons: After just about a year, the right speaker has begun popping, hissing, crackling, and otherwise cutting out. I haven't moved the speakers since plugging them in a year ago--just poor build quality on Logitech's part. Seems that most of their products give out after about a year.
Summary: I bought these speakers for my girlfriend as a gift because of many good reviews, but I was SO disappointet of the sound when I finally heard them I am amazed how little sound have improved since my first Creative set (Inspire 4.1 4400), a very cheap one indeed, almost same price as this one, and it...
Summary: Pros: -Great sound for the price (was 59.99 when I bought it) -Easy setup Cons: -Wire between the left and right speakers could be a little longer -Left speaker started crackling about 2 weeks into use Title says it all. Submitting an rma on this today and getting the z623.
Summary: Logitech was known to create good sounding computer speakers at an affordable price . The prevoius set I had, the X203 was great. It still sound perfect after all these years. The Z523 however break all the rules we would expect from Logitech.