Reddit Reddit reviews Logitech Z560 4.1 Computer Speakers (5-Speaker, Black)

We found 6 Reddit comments about Logitech Z560 4.1 Computer Speakers (5-Speaker, Black). Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Logitech Z560 4.1 Computer Speakers (5-Speaker, Black)
Five-piece system including powered subwoofer and four satellite speakersSatellite speaker power output: 53 watts RWS per channelSubwoofer power output: 188 watts RWSSystem frequency response: 35 MHz-20 MHzTotal power output: 400 watts RWS
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6 Reddit comments about Logitech Z560 4.1 Computer Speakers (5-Speaker, Black):

u/do_u_even_lift_m8 · 9 pointsr/pcmasterrace

My 2003 speakers look better, still using them to this date.

u/fistymcbuttpuncher · 2 pointsr/BuyItForLife

On the set I had, the controller thingy looked like a cable modem instead of the "iPod" look that one has.

Also after some googling, the satellites looked a lot like these. I would say they were exactly like those.


u/JohnBooty · 1 pointr/SoundSystem

> Anyone have a suggestion of a good setup? I assume
> some sort of surround sound or four speaker setup?

That kind of multi-speaker setup works for background music at low levels, or for true surround content ala BluRays where you have dialogue and music coming from the front speakers and sound effects coming from the back speakers. (Note that this is how movie theaters are set up...)

If you're talking about a "double stereo" setup for movies with 4 speakers, one in each corner, that's not gonna work how you want it to. What's going to happen is weird phase issues and the speakers actually canceling each other out to an extent.

> but found that they were not loud enough to transmit the sound
> the full length of my backyard (30ft in length or so). It was either too
> loud for those in the front, or too quiet for those in the back.

What kind of wireless speakers we talking here?

Sounds like they were just underpowered. If it was overwhelmingly loud for the people up front it should've been audible in back. Sometimes "distortion" is mistaken for "loudness" -- I'm thinking maybe things sounded "too loud" up front because the wireless speakers were simply distorting to shit.

For comparison, I have a yard of similar dimensions and we've done outdoor movie nights with Logitech computer speakers from 2001: Those don't give movie theater-quality sound but they've been fine.

If you live anywhere near a populated area, you should be able to find a reputable home-theater receiver on Craigslist for well under $100 (probably closer to $50) that, paired with some modest wired speakers, should put out more than enough power for movie night -- especially if you add a powered sub or two.

u/dhw2 · 1 pointr/battlestations

I got them on sale at Guitar Center last year. $275 for the pair. They are normally $150 per speaker ($300 for the pair).

I was upgrading from a set of Logitech Z560. They were cool to use when I was gaming on my old gamer rig years ago, but pretty shitty for music. All the low end came from the sub below the desk and the highs came from the satellite speakers. No mids. With the KRK RP5s I get a clear balanced sound from my music.

When I feel like upgrading, I'll probably sell the RP5s and get a pair of RP8's. Or the new RP10-3.

u/Pimparoo · 1 pointr/Zeos

Just found this and it's great, thanks for all your work! I'm interested in putting together a decent 2.1 system to upgrade my current PC audio, which I use for gaming, music, video, etc. I currently have an old Logitech Z560 in a 2.1 configuration because I have nowhere to put the rear speakers.

Anyway, I'm wondering about the differences between the cheaper amps you posted to go with the Micca MB42x. Do the Muse/Topping offer a meaningful improvement over the Lepai? The Lepai also has separate knobs for bass/treble while the two more expensive ones don't, is that worth considering when making a purchase? I don't really adjust them on my current setep, but it seems like it would be advantageous to have the option.