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Logitech Surround Sound Speakers Z506

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  • Ported down-firing subwoofer pumps out deep, clean, booming bass
  • Rich 3D stereo in 5.1 surround sound, even from 2-channel stereo sources
  • Multiple inputs make it easy to connect your PC, game console, iPod, DVD player and more
  • 75 watts (RMS) of balanced power and room-filling sound. On-speaker bass control lets you easily dial the bass level up or down.
  • Non-returnable item
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Technical Details

  • Model: 980-000430
  • Connectivity Technology: wired
  • Audio Output Type: Speaker
  • Audio Output Mode: 5.1 channel surround
  • Color Name: Black
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Product Details

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  • Product Dimensions: 15.9 x 4 x 10 inches ; 11.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003VAK1FA
  • Item model number: 980-000430
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (874 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 9, 2010

Product Description

Product Description

Logitech surround sound speakers z506—for when you want to be moved by big, 5.1 surround sound from your music, movies and games.Connectors: 3x 0.14" / 3.5 mm Audio-In Jacks, 1x 0.14" / 3.5 mm Headphone Jack, 2x Stereo RCA Input Jacks, 4x RCA Input Jacks for Speaker System and 1x DB-9 Pin Connector.

From the Manufacturer

Surround Sound Speakers Z506
Noteworthy Features
•  Multiple inputs for connecting music, movie and game devices
•  Rich 5.1 surround sound
•  75 watts of room-filling power
•  Ported subwoofer for deep bass
•  On-speaker bass control


Logitech Surround Sound Speakers Z506

All-around sound for all your gear
HDTV. iPod. Game console. DVD player. Just plug in your entertainment gear and you can immerse yourself in big 5.1 surround sound—even from your 2-channel stereo music, movie and game tracks.

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Plug-and-play setup
Quick-access inputs make it easy to connect your laptop, PS3, Xbox 360, Wii, iPod, DVD player and more.


  Rich 3D stereo surround sound
The speakers also convert simple 2-channel stereo (like your old video games and CDs) into immersive surround sound.



  Big, balanced power
You've got 75 watts (RMS), enough to fill the room with window-rattling sound.

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Booming subwoofer
The ported, down-firing design gives you deep, clean bass and low rumbles that make games and movies more intense.

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Full bass control
Dial it up or down on the fly with an on-speaker control that's easy to reach.

Compatibility



Package Contents
  • Speakers
  • 3.5 mm and six channel direct audio cables (RCA cable not included)
  • Color-coded speaker cables
  • User documentation
  • 2-year limited hardware warranty

  • Works with
  • Computers, music players, TVs, DVD players and other audio sources with 3.5 mm or RCA audio out (not included)
  • PlayStation2, PLAYSTATION3, Xbox 360 or Wii using the AV cable that comes with your console

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    What Do You Get? Rich bass and stereo sound in a compact design Powerful 360-degree sound with deep bass Room-filling THX-certified audio Rich, balanced surround sound 5.1 surround sound with inputs for up to 4 audio sources Powerful THX-certified audio with studio quality Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Sound
    Key Audio Features
    Power (total RMS) 25 watts 40 watts 200 watts 70 watts 75 watts 505 watts
    Speakers 3 3 3 6 6 6
    Inputs for computer, music, movie and game devices 1 3 1 1 4 6
    Ported subwoofer for deep bass 4-inchdriver 4-inch driver 5.25-inch driver 5.25-inch driver 10-inch driver 10-inch long throw
    Headphone Jack
    Wall-mountable satellite speakers      
    Controls
    Type Wired control pod On-speaker Wired control pod Wired control pod On-speaker Wireless remote + digital controller with LCD display
    Functions controlled Volume, power Volume, bass, power Volume, bass, power Volume, bass, power Volume, bass, power Volume, bass, mute, surround sound settings, power
    System Support
    Windows XP, 7,Vista
    Mac OS X

    Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    I listen to lots of music, play lots of video games, and like to watch tv.
    Landrin170
    Tech guy 2--also very courteous--looks up my issue and explains that the speakers weren't sent yet because Logitech hadn't yet received my bad speakers.
    GeminiGuy
    If you are looking for good surround sound for your computer these are great, and very easy to setup.
    Mike

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    294 of 309 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on September 17, 2010
    I usually don't write reviews for products on here, but I felt compelled to after receiving the Logitech Z506 surround sound system.
    ***UPDATE*** (at the bottom)

    PROS:
    ~SUPER easy to set-up, everything matches up by color.
    ~Sound quality is superb compared to a lot of systems in this price range, especially for a 5.1 system.
    ~Base is FANTASTIC! I honestly can't get over how awesome the subwoofer is, and best of all -- NO DISTORTION!
    ~Since this is a tweeted system, you don't get distortion from the speakers like you would with a lot of other systems in this price range.
    ~RCA capable (meaning you can directly connect it to your Audio Out on the back of the TV).
    ~The ported down idea Logitech did for the subwoofer truely does make it fill the room (even at >50watts).
    ~Great bang for the buck.

    CONS:
    ~Wires can be a bit short, even for a small room.
    ~No controller.

    So if you're like me and are planning to use this in a small room, I highly recommend this system; you can't go wrong!

    ****UPDATE****
    After having owned this system for a little over 4 months, I have decided that.....this system is still fantastic!

    If you're hooking this bad-boy up to a TV, simply plug the RCA (red/black) cables into the back of the subwoofer, then the other end (3.5mm headphone) to the headphone jack on your TV. Easy peezy :)

    If you're hooking it up to a computer, simply plug the PC wires (not sure on the technical term, but they're the green, yellow, and black cords/wires) into the back of the subwoofer, as well as your PC. To get the surround sound effect (5.1) you will need to make sure your sound software is up to date. From there right click on your "speakers" (located under Control Panel > Hardware and Sound > Right click on Speakers) and you can adjust your settings to 5.1.

    I hope this has been helpful! Go buy this system today, it's fan-freakin'-tastic!
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    216 of 241 people found the following review helpful By bunnyrabbit4 VINE VOICE on September 24, 2010
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    For $[...] bucks these speakers sound great, but I did have to figure out how to hook them up with no help from Logitech's directions. Since I bought these to use with a program that creates 5.1 surround music, I quickly noticed that simply plugging them into to the matching color recepticles on my new Windows 7 machine did not work. I got sound out of all the speaker but it was not 5.1 surround. When I began shifting the sound to different speakers it was clear that something wasn't right. I could isolate the rear speakers almost totally but nothing else. I tried every combination of jacks (my computer is capable of 7.1 and has several extra jacks) but had little success. Something was always missing!! I then started searching the control panel of my new Windows 7 machine for answers. I found that the first mistake I'd made was plugging all the jacks in at once and turning on the unit. They had to be assigned one by one..

    Here is how I set up the system on a Windows 7 Ultimate, Desktop Dell machine with 7.1 surround. First....Do not plug any of the jacks into the computer yet.

    Go to the control panel and open the Audio Manager. In the case of my Dell it was the Realtek HD Audio Manger. A picture of a living room with speakers appears. Plug the Orangish/Yellow jack from the Logitech into the matching recepticle on the Computer. A pop-up asks you which speakers you want to serve that jack. Click on Center/Subwoofer. Click on the picture of the center speaker and subwoofer. They should make a sound. Follow the same procedure for the GREEN Jack. Assign FRONT SPEAKERS out to that one. Lastly assign your BLACK to the REAR SPEAKERS. ALl of your speakers should now work independantly and sound great.

    HDTV..., several of you have asked about using these with TV's.
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    119 of 142 people found the following review helpful By Derek G VINE VOICE on October 21, 2010
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    I absolutely love, love, love these speakers! It's important your system is set up for six speakers but assuming it is I can say with confidence these will be the best speakers you will find in this price range. Check my reviews and you'll know I'm not gushy about products -- many people whine that I'm too harsh.

    Here is an important consideration, make sure your system has the speaker jacks AND the drivers to enable six-speakers, even when you are playing a stereo recording. Otherwise you will find yourself disappointed that the sound is coming just from the left and right speakers and maybe the subwoofer. Just because you have connections for the separate components doesn't guarantee surround sound. Fortunately, most recently built computers have the technology built-in so this warning applies mostly to people with older systems. A quick and easy way to know for sure is to check to see if your computer has Dolby Home Theater built-in. It's not easy to find (Start Button\Control Panel\Sound\Playback\Speaker Properties in Windows 7) but enabling Dolby Pro Logic or Dolby Digital will allow you to enjoy immersive sound even when listening to stereo. If you don't have the speaker jacks, for example just a standard speaker and microphone jack, then you can purchase add-in cards like the Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi.

    I was tempted to knock off a star for two reasons. One, I've become used to a separate "control pod" which handles things like the volume, bass and power control without having to reach for the speakers.
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