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Logitech AudioHub Notebook Speakers
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- Product Type - Speaker
- System Components - 1 Piece System
- Connectivity Technology - Wired
- Technical Specifications:
- Performance -- Total RMS power: 15 watts RMS
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Enjoy rich, premium sound on your notebook with a one-piece speaker system that also organizes your personal devices. 1. -- Premium 2.1 audio: Experience pure USB digital sound with a custom-tuned three-chamber design and integrated subwoofer. 2. -- Powered, integrated USB hub: Connect your speakers and other devices to your notebook with a single cable. 3. -- Space-saving design: One-piece design elegantly combines a premium speaker system, USB hub, and cable control. 4. -- Adjustable body: Adapts to your workspace. Telescoping speakers accommodate setup of most notebooks and LCD monitors. 5. -- Webcam stand: Removable stand keeps your webcam at the optimal height.
From the Manufacturer
From the Manufacturer
Premium audio in a compact, one-piece speaker system.
Enjoy rich, premium sound on your notebook with 2.1 speaker system in a compact one-piece form factor, that also organizes your personal devices.
Elevate the Power of Windows Vista™
- Windows® 98 SE, Windows® ME, Windows® 2000, Windows® XP, Windows Vista™
- USB port
- Mac OS® X or higher
- USB port
- Performance: Total RMS power: 15 watts RMS
Tweeters: Two 2-inch drivers
Woofer: One 3-inch driver
- Connections: Powered, three-port USB 2.0 hub
- Logitech® AudioHub with integrated subwoofer, two satellite speakers, and USB hub
- AC power cable (6-foot)
- USB cables (2-foot affixed and 4-foot extension cable)
- Webcam stand
- Quick-start guide
- 2-year limited hardware warranty
Top customer reviews
After some research I came across this product by Logitech. When I received it in the mail late last week, what impressed me before I even opened the box was the weight. This was a heavy speaker bar. It sure doesn't match up to my lightweight 10-year old 2.0 logitech desktop speakers I have at work that weigh next to nothing and sound kind of hollow. This was subsantial and I knew I wasn't going to be disappointed. I was entirely correct in my assumption.
Set up was fairly simple and straight forward. As with most things Logitech, this came with a handy dandy booklet that had diagrams about what to do and what order to do them in. This comes with a power cable, a USB cable and a plastic bracket that you can optionally use to mount a webcam on. The most complicated thing about this was just figuring out how much of the wires to wrap around the cable guides that were conveniently on the back of the unit so that my wiring was nice and neat.
There is no set up at all for this. It's completely plug and play. As soon as I plugged this in Windows 10 recognized it immediately. I didn't even need to go into the audio device settings and change any defaults. There is a lighted dial on the side of the unit that controls the volume. I dialed things up a bit, ran a music video and was pleasantly satisfied in the sound. While this is no 7.1 dolby system, for the cost the sound was good and the volume sufficiently high. It's a good buy.
No need to extend the speakers to clear such a small computer, but users of a big laptop will appreciate that feature, as well as the three extra USB ports. The volume control, mounted on the end of the RH speaker is also very useful as it's easier than finding the computer's controls if the unit is set to one side.
I'm pleased with the sound. It won't fill a room - I have a pair of Bowers & Wilkins 804 studio monitors for that - but for close-up listening it's just fine. No thundering bass from the central "woofer" (if you can call a 3" speaker that) but you can tell it's there. I'd describe the overall sound as smooth and perhaps a little laid-back, but for my tastes this is preferable to being aggressive.
For this user so far, all "pros" and no "cons."
I'm still enjoying this as a bedside speaker system with my netbook and was thinking of getting another one but I see that the price (from the same seller) has more than doubled from the $43.65 I paid in June 2013. At $50-60 it would be a good deal, but at $96.00 I would say it is definitely overpriced. Probably not the seller's fault, but a pity as it's a good unit otherwise.
Two things which stand out what I do not like. When the volume is cranked up and I want to lower it by turning the knob on the right side of the speakers, it takes 30 seconds up to an entire minute for the volume to actually get turned down. These speakers act as if they have a mind of their own.
Secondly, these speakers are not as small as most of these comments make them out to be. I happen to believe that they are bulky looking. These speakers are not compact nor are they of use for those on the go or mobile users with lap tops. These speakers are stationary and they are appropriate for a tabletop or desk. So if looking for speakers to take on the go, these are not the ones to buy.
But if one is looking for amplifying sound instead of listening to the speakers from a lap top that sound like tin cans, then this would be a wise purchase.
All-in all, you get a rich sound from a set of low profile speakers. The only con is that the USB connector is much too long. I fear it could be bent or broken. My thinking is, if it's not wireless, why does the USB connector need to be so long?