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Logitech X-530 PC Multimedia Home Theatre Speaker System - 70 Watt (Total) (5.1)

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  • Product Description: Logitech X-530 - PC multimedia home theatre speaker system
  • Product Type: PC multimedia home theatre speaker system
  • Media Type: 5 speakers, subwoofer
  • Speaker Type: Active
  • Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
  • Audio System Max Output Power: 140 Watt
  • Media Included Qty: 40 - 20000 Hz
  • Audio Amplifier: Integrated
  • Connectivity Technology: Wired
  • Speaker System Details: 4 x satellite speaker - 7.4 Watt ¦ 1 x centre channel speaker - 15.5 Watt ¦ 1 x subwoofer - 25 Watt
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Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight1.1 Kg
Product Dimensions35.4 x 32.4 x 32 cm
Item model number970114-1120
Voltage240 volts
Wattage8 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB0006LCMK4
Best Sellers Rank 21,225 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight7 Kg
Date First Available2 Jun 2005
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Get the most from your games and movies with the adrenaline-pumping surround sound of the Logitech X-530 5.1 Speaker System. Its subwoofer and satellites use the latest technological advances to ensure consistent audio at any volume.

Plug the Logitech X-530 into your PC, music player, DVD player, or even your PlayStation or Xbox game console and immerse yourself in clean, crisp, consistent surround sound from your games, movies, and more.

The high-tech subwoofer adjusts itself dynamically to deliver distortion-free bass. And the five wall-mountable satellite speakers use Logitech´s patented FDD2 technology to eliminate the uneven sound response created by conventional dual-driver designs. The result: a clear, uniform sound field without the "hot spots" and inconsistency of other dual-driver satellites.

  • Frequency Directed Dual Driver (FDD2) satellite technology produces a uniform sound field for full, rich sound
  • Matching front & rear satellites deliver balanced surround sound
  • Dedicated center channel makes dialogue clear and intelligible
  • Dynamic, real-time bass equalization maximizes bass response while minimizing distortion
  • Ported subwoofer design displaces more air for deeper bass
  • Headphone jack enables private listening
  • Master volume and subwoofer level controls placed for quick, convenient access
  • Satellite speaker stands rotate for easy wall mounting

Box Contains

  • Logitech X-530 Speakers (4xSatellites, 1xCentre Channel, 1xSubwoofer)
  • Colour coded audio cables
  • User's manual
  • 2 year limited warranty

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.2 out of 5 stars

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    120 of 124 people found the following review helpful By Borb on 15 April 2007
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    I've read most of the reviews so I'll clarify some bits:

    1) YES you need 3 sockets from your sound card or source, this is NOT a super digital processor, you need to feed it the signals. Plugging in your iPod will not drive all the speakers.

    2) The sub woofer isn't overpowering - back to how you drive it. When I plugged my MP3 player using only the main feed, yes it's overpowering - but that's not how you are supposed to use the speakers - so it's hardly a failing. Besides if it's too much for you adjust it using your PC's equaliser!

    3) The adapter that's referred to in the description for Xbox's etc is actually in the box - a little plastic doofry that converts 2 into the 3 required. (2xRCA female to 3x6.5mm sockets)

    4) Yes the rear speaker wires are a bit on the mean side - and extra couple of metres would have been nice. I'll have to get a couple of extension cables - RCA female to RCA male.

    5) Foreign radio - nope, but I do seem to live in a lead lined flat so I may be protected.

    6) Surge clicks - yep when my fridge kicks in there is a 'pop' or 'click', they are a bit sensitive to that sort of thing, so some sort of surge protection or a good clean mains is required.

    I needed to replace my aging surround receiver but couldn't afford to upgrade. As I mainly view/listen on my pc connected to the TV (media pc) I decided to cut out the middle man and drive the speakers directly. With this speaker set I was sorted in a 40 quid single step.

    I fired up Silent Hill and all the creepy banging, thumping and scraping certainly filled my room with delightful 5.1 sounds.

    CD/MP3s were hit and miss sadly, but this isn't the fault of the speakers and more my software.
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    225 of 235 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. J. Hall on 26 Jan 2008
    The first day i had these speakers i was very happy with the design and power, which compared to my previous 2.1 system was extremely impressive! I found the sound immersive, and with the bass up on its high setting i could see the items on my desk begin to party along with the music! Overall for the first few days i was extremely impressed but then strange things started to happen! :(

    Laying in bed with the computer off and the speakers on standby i began to feel as if i was not alone, and indeed, i was not! After hearing some brief murmers in the corner of my room i went completely quite to try and identify this spooky occurance! After waiting for a little while i dismissed the noise as coming from a neighbour and settled back to sleep, but then as i finally felt myself falling asleep i heard a crackling then a short and fairly loud sentence resonate from the corner of my room! to the tone of a haggered hobo i heard the words 'Voulez vous coucher avec moi'! Now theres me terrified in bed thinking im being hauted by a sexually confused french can-can dancer and i hear a double click and some interference which alerts me to the scientific cause of the hanting...the x530 sattelite speakers pick up foreign radio channels in stand by! Obviously very problematic for someone of a nervous disposition, hence the 4 stars. I graudually got used to the foreign radio and if it got too much i simply turned them completely off, so no biggy :)

    Overall highly recommended, but only if you can bear the foreign hauntings of the x530!
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    108 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Gareth Lloyd on 1 Sep 2005
    After the quick easy installation I find the speakers to be more than adequate, in fact I would put money on it that these are the one of the best low cost speakers around. The sound is clear and crisp even when I am streaming of an internet radio station at 96kbps (I tell a lie, there is a little fussiness but that's due to the bit rate of the stream, not the speakers).
    I have replaced my standard Sony desktop speakers that came with my Vaio PC and have to say that the Logitech is a much better sound, especially at high volume. The sub-woofer is excellent too, great bass at both high and low volumes, I was very pleased with the bass from the sub-woofer.
    I cannot comment on the surround itself because my card only supports 2.1 as to 5.1 which is needed to utilise all 5 speakers. I am looking to buy a new sound card very soon, so I can edit this review in the near future.
    Other benefits from the Logitech speakers is that they are compatible with game consoles, which include Playstation 1 and 2, Xbox and Gamecube (Logitech video adapter is required for this to work; it costs no more than £4). I imagine it will be possible for the Logitech speakers to work with next-gen console too.
    I have one dislike about these speakers. The headphones don't sound that great when plugging them into the headphone jack. I have very good Sony headphones and sounded great through my old Sony speakers, but through the Logitech speakers the sound is muffled and distorted through heavy bass. The volume control doesn't work for the headphones meaning your stuck with the mid range volume (not loud enough for me). It probably sound awful at a louder volume anyway.
    Pros: crisp clear sound. Loud at 140 watts. Sub-woofer at 70 watts gives of very good bass at both high and low volumes.
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