Logitech Z506 Surround Sound Speakers

June 23, 2013 - Comment

Logitech Surround Sound Speaker Z506 980000432 Speakers Computer Speakers Product Features Satellites RMS power: 48 W Subwoofer RMS power: 27 W Audio channels: 5.1 RMS rated power: 150 W Frequency response: 45 – 20000 Hz

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Logitech Surround Sound Speaker Z506 980000432 Speakers Computer Speakers

Product Features

  • Satellites RMS power: 48 W
  • Subwoofer RMS power: 27 W
  • Audio channels: 5.1
  • RMS rated power: 150 W
  • Frequency response: 45 – 20000 Hz

Comments

Steven Lamont "overdrive" says:

5.1 on the cheap I also own the X540 which is the predecessor of this system so it was good to compare new with old.I have recently done a garage conversion and the room is being used as a TV/Cinema room. I purchased these speakers to connect directly to my Panasonic BD80 using the analogue audio out connections on the player. With the correct leads this provides `true` 5.1 audio for the room.I also connect the other aux stereo input to the audio out of my tv via phono connectors. These speaker use a propriety `3d sound` process which gives very good simulated surround sound on this input. This is comparable with the X540 `matrix` mode but cannot be switched off however. Not really a problem though as it is really very good.I have connected to the TV the following: HD DVD player, Sky HD, , PS2, Wii, and as mentioned a Panasonic Blu-ray player. The reason I am providing all this detail is to let you know you can have a good sound system in your room for around the 80 quid mark when…

Gally says:

Great Sound and Value! This is for all the people who were like me thinking “To Buy or Not to buy”. And worried about some of the negative comments on the speakers.One of the negative comments that came up a couple of times was humming/crackling sound on the speakers – the only reason this happens is because they either have the tv/ipod sound turned up too high against the speakers volume. Which would also happen on the most expensive speakers! To avoid this you just need to get the sound/volume balance right between the two devices.Another negative I read was sound quality from a couple of people who then recommended some more powerful speaker at 2/3 times the price of these. I agree that if you love your high sound performance and love blasting your music for a small festival of 500+ People then these speakers are not for you. However if you are like me and want some very good decent surround sound while playing your xbox, watching movies and playing COD in your own living room…

Damien Polkey "dpolkey" says:

Finaly a decent 5.1 system I bought these after purchasing a very dodgy set of Creative Inspire T6160 for my PS3. I very quickly realised I’d been miss informed about this products compatibilty and performance in relation to games console. So after some extensive research on the internet I came across the Logitech Z506 speakers. After reading a lot of comments from your usual ‘Audiophials’saying how you just couldnt get 5.1 3D sound from anything under £250, I put it to them to buy a set of these and hook them to a console through an analogue cable and hear the results for themselves. I was Truly amazed! I set them up with a little trepidation after my previous experience but I need’nt of worried.I tested them with the game SKYRIM first, WOW! The drums playing on the start up screen were immense, I actualy felt the ‘whoomph’ of air come from the sound tube on the subwoofer, delivering a deep throaty bass tone. So I started up the game, and it wasnt to long before I was in the heat of battle, and yes it does…

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