Logitech Speaker System Z323 with Subwoofer
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- Immersive Logitech 360-degree sound for crystal-clear, room-filling audio.
- Ported, down-firing subwoofer delivers deep, rich bass
- RCA and 3.5 mm inputs for easy connections to gaming console, DVD player or iPod.
- Integrated headphone jack for private listening.
- 30 Watt (RMS) of power produces big, bold full-range sound
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|Dimensions||9.75 inches x 9.37 inches x 9.87 inches||9.25 inches x 13 inches x 6.5 inches||8.54 inches x 13.78 inches x 9.25 inches||9.5 inches x 12 inches x 11.5 inches|
|Item Weight||8 pounds||7.1 pounds||Information not provided||9 pounds|
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The Z323 satellites are virtually the same size, shape, and design as the Z523 satellites. (One difference is that the Z323 satellites have ports on the front while the Z523 have rear-facing ports.) A side by side "experiential" comparison with the Z523 satellites leads me to rate the Z323 satellites equal or perhaps a tad better, and the highs seem slightly warmer.Read more ›
Creative Labs SBS260 (~$30), Klipsch ProMedia 5.1 THX (~$400)
Music: Janice Ian - Breaking Silence, Eagles - Hotel California (Live - Hell Freezes Over) both FLAC
Games: World of Warcraft, Plants vs. Zombies (because I can!)
Movies: Fifth Element (Opera scene), Top Gun (first dogfight)
Creative Labs X-Fi, default Windows sound control panel applet
I like using both the Janice Ian and Eagles song because both songs have a very high fidelity requirement. The bass should be punchy but not overwhelming and the treble in the instruments should be clear and sharp. Having a good sound system will also make a world of difference when hearing the vocals.
The Logitechs performed much better than the Sound Blasters (as expected), the sub providing much more "oomph" than the built in woofer in the smaller SBS260's. When compared to the Klipschs' though, the sound quality was noticeably lacking in the clarity department. The treble and higher notes were reproduced relatively faithfully, although the depth of the vocal range felt very flat and limited. What was particularly noticeable however, was the bass bleed. First, the subwoofer had to be turned down to at least half-power in order to stop bass-distortion, but even at that point the bass was very "thuddy".Read more ›
I tested these out both on my laptop and on my iPod. The speakers performed well in both configurations, but I was especially impressed by their performance with the iPod. It was actually kind of creepy to hear my iPod sounding that good without headphones. Together they make a great portable sound system.
I definitely recommend these Z323 speakers over the Z520s. Excluding the subwoofer the Z520 speakers are better than the Z323s, but there is simply no way that the Z520s can make up for the lack of a sub woofer. And when you figure in the price, the question of which to get is a simple one. I should add that both systems have 360 degree sound, with speakers on the back of the individual speakers that provide more than one sweet spot in the room.
As an aside, I was reflecting on just how good computer speakers have gotten over the past few years. Only 5 or 6 years ago $60 would have gotten you only a piece of junk, something that would have given you some bad music but nothing more.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My main computer speakers. Bass unit is turned down to balance it. I have had these for nearly a year now. Excellent sound quality for the price. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Marvin Tolentino
These speakers are great! The sound of these things are very clear and can get quite loud. There is a headphone port on the side of the right speaker which is very handy to use... Read morePublished 4 days ago by evan
Generally pleased with it, given the price. Highs are not very "bright". Mid range and bass is fine. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Lovin' life in Florida
These are the best computer speakers I have ever owned, and I've had some pretty big setups over the years. Read morePublished 13 days ago by DG
I couldn't post anything negative about this set of speaker for the price i got them at.Published 17 days ago by Tony
I needed speakers with RCA input (for a turntable) and was looking for acceptable budget speakers to hold me over. Read morePublished 21 days ago by c.m.
delivery was fast product was excellent I',m a very happy customer.Published 29 days ago by Euniece Stone
Logitech is by far my favorite company for peripherals. As such, I was excited to receive this. In my experience, mid budget gear like this by Logitech goes the distance. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donald Underwood