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  • Features 360-degree sound, helps to project audio evenly in all directions, so you get an ideal listening experience throughout the room
  • Ported, down-firing subwoofer delivers bass that brings music, movies and games to life
  • One dual RCA jack and a 3.5 mm jack make it easy to connect a Logitech Squeezebox network music player, gaming console, DVD player or iPod
  • Integrated headphone jack lets you listen in private whenever you want
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions15 x 22.1 x 18.2 cm
Item model number980-000355
SeriesZ323 2.1 Speaker System
Wattage6 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB002L3TSMU
Best Sellers Rank 328 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.5 Kg
Date First Available10 Aug. 2009
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Logitech Speaker System Z323
Logitech Speaker System Z323
Logitech Speaker System Z323

Transport yourself into your music, movies and games with the Logitech Speaker System Z323. With 360-degree sound, the Z323 speakers help project audio evenly in all directions, so you get a great listening experience throughout the room. A ported, down-firing subwoofer delivers rich bass that brings music, movies and games to life. A dual RCA jack and a 3.5 mm auxiliary input let you easily connect a Logitech Squeezebox network music player, gaming console, DVD player or iPod. A headphone jack lets you listen privately whenever you want. With 30 watts (RMS) of power, you'll have everything you need to create big, bold sound that puts you in the moment.

Compatibility

Works with: - Computer soundcards or audio sources that include a 3.5 mm jack - Any major operating systems including Windows, Mac and Linux


360-degree sound
360-degree sound
360-Degree Sound

The speakers project sound evenly in all directions, so you enjoy rich, clear sound from any angle throughout the room.

Ported, down-firing subwoofer
Ported, down-firing subwoofer
Ported, Down-Firing Subwoofer

Your music, movies, and games come to life with the 10.2 cm down-firing subwoofer.

Two auxiliary inputs
Two auxiliary inputs
Two Auxiliary Inputs

RCA jacks and an auxiliary input make it easy to connect your Logitech Squeezebox network music player, gaming console, DVD player, or iPod

Integrated headphone jack
Integrated headphone jack
Integrated Headphone Jack

When you want to listen privately, you just plug in your headphones.

30 watts (RMS)
30 watts (RMS)
30 Watts (RMS)

This system packs enough power to fill the room with big, bold sound.

Box Contains

2x Satellite speakers
1x Subwoofer
Power cable
Colour-corded audio cable
User documentation
2-year guarantee and full product support

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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432 of 448 people found the following review helpful By C. Edmond on 15 Feb. 2010
I did a lot of research before purchasing these speakers. I was tempted by the Logitech LS21 because of the price (my friend has them and I know that they are extremely good value for money) but since it was my birthday I thought I would spend a bit more and I was not disappointed. The sound is very clear and they can make a huge amount of noise. One warning would be that the bass can be very loud - stuff rattles in the room when the subwoofer is on max - but it is perfect for normal listening and can be turned off completely if you are worried about noise complaints etc.
Overall I would thoroughly recommend these speakers, excellent for a cheap to mid range purchase
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237 of 256 people found the following review helpful By neil_down on 24 Jun. 2010
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For the price, these speakers are a bargain.

Features: Design is a 2.1 (2 desktop speakers + 1 bass/subwoofer). The addition of a input socket on the speaker to connect an MP3 headphone socket (3.5mm, no lead supplied) connection is a nice touch. Additionally, you get the 2 x RCA phone sockets on the subwoofer for external audio input. Volume level on subwoofer (on top of the overall volume level) helps control the likelihood of a 'boom, boom, boom' type situation, and the degree to how far the bass sound travels around the house!

Wiring is simple - mains to subwoofer, one lead from subwoofer to each desktop speaker. The subwoofer is downward firing (doesn't matter bass sound is omnidirectional), and its ported (has a hole at the front to improve the movement of the air / increase the bass - put your hand in front to feel the air moving). The 2 desktop speakers have similar ports on each speaker.

One word of caution, these ports will be nice places for 'little-ones' to use, so beware. Also, the speaker drivers themselves don't have any kind of grills/covers, so again little fingers could easily mess with the drivers and damage them - the drivers are mainly made of stiff paper; that's how most speakers work!

The desktop speakers have a rear firing speaker, in addition to the front speaker driver and the port at the front. Therefore, be careful with positioning - they need to be against a wall/flat surface to reflect the sound out to the front be heard at their best - but most people would position them in this way.

Soundwise: very good for the price, there is a definite 'sweet spot' for the best treble to be heard, but due to the design, this would be in a good position for normal use in front of speakers viewing/gaming.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By paul healy on 4 Nov. 2014
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Hindsight is good foresight I guess but I did not review the 1 star reviews which seem to have the repeated problem (faulty right hand speaker)that I have here.
What occurred after I had set it up was that the right hand side speaker kicked into life for a few minutes and then proceeded to stop, Never to come back again after repeated attempts at power cycling the sub-woofer and reseating cables from Speaker.
I have also tried it with my phone and mp3 players stereo jacks, with same result .
For PC speakers they seem to be good value for money but reliability seems to be a serious issue.
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60 of 68 people found the following review helpful By L Rosa on 28 Feb. 2010
This product is fabulous. It is so powerful that I never tried the higher volume and I have music in my entire room. And for the value I really recommend it.
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62 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Spanish on 7 Oct. 2010
I bought these to take university and they are yet to disappoint. For it's size the subwoofer is very powerful although it is worth noting that if you like your bass crisp you will need to play around with the EQ on an ipod and the bass volume setting to reduce the 'woofiness' of the bass. However for the price and the fact that the subwoofer is very compact you cannot expect any less warbling, but yes, it is there. 5 star is perfection, this minor flaw is the only reason I gave them a 4.
Their simple and slick profile means that they look good on your desk too.
The big question all students want answered is "can they entertain a kitchen full of pre-drinkers?"
Yes. With ease. At a higher volume the higher frequencies can stand out a bit but this, as mentioned before, can also be easily rectified by fiddling with the EQ setting on an iPod.
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Arash Sarai on 27 Feb. 2012
Let me start my review by explicitly stating that I am not an "audiophile". I can certainly distinguish "good" sound from "not-so-good" sound, but I don't give consideration at any length to various frequency ranges and how well sound systems represent them. It's fine if that's your thing (everybody needs a hobby), but my point is I'm far from an expert in the field.

Secondly, I'm also not someone who expects the world's best speakers for a mere £30. However, like many, I bought these speakers because they seemingly provided excellent value for money (especially for the low, LOW price of £27-99 I managed to grab them at) and because of the strength of the Logitech name (whom I own and have owned many peripherals from, such as mice and headsets).

With that caveat out of the way... whether a speaker system cost £30 or £300, it's not unreasonable to expect the sub-woofer to not to start to make a very noticeable rattling sound when playing back certain bass frequencies, past a certain volume level. In my case, playing back a typical hip-hop song with windows volume set to 50%, and the speaker volume dial set to 50% (bass dial set to 50%), which IMO isn't that loud, resulted in a VERY NOTICEABLE rattling sound coming from the sub-woofer, which could be heard along with the music. If I turned the volume up higher, the RATTLING GOT LOUDER and could still be heard! I initially thought perhaps my floorboards/table were shaking, but holding the sub-woofer in my hands made no difference. As far as I could tell, nothing was loose on the outside of the sub-woofer, nor loose inside.

A quick Google and I found a few other people out there complaining of the same thing.
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