Great bass, loud clear sound even on lower level. I've heard some stuff about Klipsch's quality with many peoples' sets dying after a few weeks or months. Sounds like three separate speakers with the sub being crossed too high and having an obnoxiously audible cabinet resonance. Review Scores: Build Quality Tweeter - Woofer 3 Cabinet 2 Features 5 Crossover 3 Amp 3 Subwoofer 2 Score 3. From the inexpensive Z313 to the top of the line Z625, this set sits near the higher end of the spectrum.Next
Grills Removing the grills took a bit of paper clip folding, but came off cleanly once I applied the right amount of force. Then next day took 10 minutes of bouncing back and forth between sub connections and power button, trying all the 'google' results suggestions. However, the flubby subwoofer still hurts it overall. Super easy set up, plug in and go. I've got to fight room modes in the crossover region, as well as phase cancelation and other not good things. It has a convenient on-off switch and controls so that my technophobe wife doesn't have to operate anything.Next
With both having hands at the ends of the spectrum, we dive in to see which has the better middle ground. Highs are very present, but almost to a fault. Not a party type of speakers, however. Desk space is generous with smaller and smaller computers, while a fat sub can cause issues on the floor. Rated 5 out of 5 by Sokairu from Punchy and loud I bought this unit as an all-purpose system.Next
Integrated controls Dial the volume and bass up or down to customize your listening experience. The surround is a soft butyl rubber, and instead of a dust camp or whizzer there is a nice shiny phase plug in the center of the driver. But, Logitech offers two years warranty on the Z623 while you will get an only 1-year warranty on Promedia 2. Particularly in the midrange, the Logitechs have a richer, more natural sound that blends very smoothly with the rest of the speaker's output in the low and high range. We will talk about the difference in the audio quality later. Two Speakers and One Subwoofer Provide Immersive Sound The Logitech z623 Speaker system includes two satellite speakers and one 130-watt subwoofer. The certification means that products must undergo quality and performance tests in order to gain it.Next
The subwoofer on both the sound systems in quite powerful will easily shake the window panes of a medium size house. The Logitech z623 Speaker System meets those standards, ensuring a theater-quality experience with clear, rich audio. Product Disclaimer: Officeworks cares greatly about the safety of our customers and makes every effort to ensure that the images, descriptions and formulations of each product we sell are accurate and up to date. Regardless of the anomalies in the measurement it's clear above 6k the little full range drivers are having a panic attack from being played too high. Sadly, none of them offered a treble control knob. Both the speakers, the Logitech Z623 and Klipsch Promedia 2.
The subwoofer cabinet is 9x12x11 inches and cheap mdf, but heavier than I expected. Controls are found on the front of the speaker, but cannot be detached like on the Klipsch set. Klipsch, on one hand, is known for high-quality, audiophile speakers while Logitech is known for computer peripherals. Bass guitar is audible as an instrument instead of blending in with drums. Package Contents Logitech z623 Speaker System two satellite speakers and one subwoofer , 3.
Power supply and amp boards are both built into the subwoofer. The satellites carry that theme. The front of the speakers are flat black, but still has the unique Klipsch flare that makes them look special. Other Thoughts: At first when I got the system I was a bit disappointed. The Logitech z623's are noise makers, and nothing is going to change that.Next
How noticeable would the difference be if you had to rate each from 1-10? However, controls are sat on the front of the speaker, making them easy enough to access. Power, bass and volume controls are conveniently placed on the right satellite, making it easy to adjust tone settings without reaching for the subwoofer. We have also added a specs comparison table of Logitech Z623 and Klipsch Promedia 2. Final Thoughts: I came in with extremely low expectations, and while the treble in stock form is unlistenable to me. In a small to medium sized room, this unit produces full rich sound.
I can't find anything that I do not like about these other than the absence of an optical input. However, like the Klipsch set, you have the option for Bluetooth. Rated 5 out of 5 by The Seally from A nice addition for my new iMac. I'm guessing there is some logic for switching inputs, some equalization, a crossover for the sub, and 3 channels of class D amplification. The bass or treble should not overpower each other or vocals.