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Logitech Z506 Surround Sound Speakers with Bluetooth Audio Adapter
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- Speaker: 75 watts (RMS) of balanced power and room-filling sound
- Speaker: Multiple inputs make it easy to connect your PC, game console, iPod, DVD player and more
- Speaker: Rich 3D stereo in 5.1 surround sound, even from 2-channel stereo sources
- Adapter: Makes your speakers Bluetooth for streaming music from your smartphone or tablet
- Adapter: Stream music from up to 15 meters (50 feet) away from your speakers
- Adapter: Plugs into any powered PC speakers, home stereo systems and A/V receivers using RCA or 3.5 mm jacks. This product is a receiver ONLY, not a transmitter.
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Surround Sound Speakers
Logitech Z506 Surround Sound Home Theater Speaker System, External TV Speakers
This 150 Watts Peak power 5.1 speaker system delivers deep, rich surround sound. Five speakers plus one subwoofer provides audio you can hear and feel.
- Enjoy true surround sound via six-channel direct inputs using your computer sound card or create 3D stereo surround sound from two channel sources when connecting via the 3.5mm or RCA inputs.
- Easily access power and volume on the right satellite speaker.
Place yourself in the middle of the action with this 5.1 speaker system that includes left, right and center channels, two rear satellite speakers and one subwoofer.
Enjoy an immersive theater experience in the comfort of your home.
150 Watts of Room-filling sound
50 Watts Peak/75 Watts RMS power system with down-firing subwoofer provides big bold sound to any seat in the room, giving you an audio experience you can truly hear and feel.
Supports multiple connection options. Use your computer sound card to connect via six-channel direct inputs and enjoy true surround sound or connect other devices via either the 3.5mm or RCA inputs, creating 3D stereo surround sound from two channel sources.
Connect up to two devices simultaneously. There is no need to disconnect when switching between these two audio sources.
Easily access power, volume and the headphone jack on the right front satellite speaker. Customize your experience by tuning the bass with the dedicated subwoofer control knob.
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|Item Dimensions||—||6.5 x 13 x 9.25 in||11.87 x 17.31 x 12.25 in||9.1 x 9.1 x 6.2 in||10.88 x 14.2 x 9.72 in||10.75 x 23.25 x 5.8 in|
|Item Weight||—||7.2 ounces||18.35 lbs||7 lbs||10.3 lbs||9.33 lbs|
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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. The first question to ask is, what does your TV have in terms of audio output jacks? Increasingly TV's are cutting way back on the types of output jacks offered. You can run two types of input here, stereo mini like your ipod headphones (does your TV have a headphone OUT jack??)or RCA OUT(normal stereo jacks). Some TV's may only output to HDMI. There is no HDMI input jack here. If you have HDMI OUT it should carry your sound and picture to an AV tuner. Check out this system Yamaha YHT-395BL Complete 5.1-Channel Home Theater System for an idea of what is available. I do not own this system but it gives you an idea of the connections. I haven't looked to see if other "speaker only" sets offer HDMI input. I use these only with my computer.
One work around for some of you might be if your cable box has RCA audio out. If you run your cable THROUGH your DVD player it should still have an RCA AUDIO OUT that you may be able to use. You can also use them just to play your DVD's if your player has RCA out, but mute the TV sound because your TV will process the sound slightly faster making it sound like there is an echo.
***UPDATE*** (at the bottom)
~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.
~Wires can be a bit short, even for a small room.
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!
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!