Logitech Z3 PC Speaker Review

Posted: May 13 2004, 7:13pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:59am CDT , in Shopping Tips

Logitech Z3 PC Speaker Review

EnvyNews reviews Logitech Z3 Speakers - !

A quote from the review:
"Gone are the days of five-foot tall and ten driver cone speakers the size of small fridges. Replaced by Neodymium rare-earth magnets, zero-vibration materials, metal drivers, and smart resonance chambers, the new-generation bookshelf speakers have stepped in to eradicate the need of yester-decade's offerings. It's apparent from the low-end to the bleeding-edge high-end; small, compact, and sexy are the way to go. Today's young industrial and acoustic designers are employing over a century of audio engineering and combining these principles with present-day mass-manufacturing. The end result - top tier audio fidelity for the masses. It seems to be the trend for 2004; clean and smart designs combined with quality and excellence."
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User Experience:
Emin T. writes: "The interface cable between the subwoofer and the speakers as well as the control unit is the main element of the design. I broke one of the pins on the connector during installation and my system is in the garbage now. Make sure you keep your receipt or secure the interface cable carefully. Very bad engineering. I called Logitech and there are not replacing the unit. Very disappointed. "

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