Logitech Z5 Usb Digital Speakers With Remote Control For Mac

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The Good Logitech's Z-5 PC speakers offer decent sound for a reasonable price; omnidirectional acoustics; USB connectivity obviates need for bulky power adapter; compatible with Mac and Windows PCs; included remote allows you to control playback of music from across the room; auxiliary input for connecting to non-PC audio sources. The Bad Little light on the bass; no volume control on speakers themselves. The Bottom Line While we weren't blown away by their sound, the Logitech Z-5s' combination of a simple, clean design, USB connectivity, and some basic remote operation make them a decent value in the sub-$100 PC speaker space. A couple of years ago Logitech brought out the, an interesting set of PC speakers that featured USB connectivity and a digital readout on the front of one of the speakers.

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Mac and PC compatibility allows you to use these speakers with any computer Logitech Z-5 speakers are USB-powered speakers designed for Mac and PC use to feature omnidirectional acoustics – providing great sound at a consistent level, no matter where you are in the room. Lgadgets.com says Logitech Z-5 speakers are USB-powered speakers designed for Mac and PC use to feature omnidirectional acoustics providing great sound at a consistent level, no matter where you. Microsoft windows free upgrades.

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They looked good, sounded decent, and were cutting edge in their nod to visually incorporating digital music playback--though the touch-sensitive controls did cause issues for some users. Now the company is serving up the Z-5s, which don't feature the fancy digital readout but offer some intriguing design elements and the same USB connectivity. The black Z-5s have a simple, clean, modern look, but aren't quite the knockouts that the Z-10s are. From afar, at least, the Z-5s look a little more luxurious than they really are. Pick them up and you'll notice that they feel a little light. They weigh in at 1.5 pounds for the left speaker and 1.66 pounds for the right, and measure 10 inches high, 3.3 inches wide, and 3.3 inches deep. The nonsubstantial weight is a tip-off that these are relatively inexpensive PC speakers (they carry a list price of $100, but you can find them online for closer to $80).

This entry was posted on 11.04.2016.