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This review is from: Logitech Z323 30 Watts (RMS) 2.1 Speaker System
Pros: Nice looking
Adjustable bass (you can completely turn it down)
Volume know on the speaker
Options for AUX input
Cons: Dull bass
Little to no treble
Cracking static when no sound is coming in
Other Thoughts: OK, maybe I am a little spoiled by Logitech X-230.
Sure, it is better set, but it's like almost 10 years older now.
With new designs and better materials I was hoping for similar experience from Z323 as I have with X-230.
Plus taking into account its price... it should be a good set.
Out of the box - nicely packed, pretty tight (space saver).
Speakers look funny (two membranes - one front one rear).
All looked fine. Long cables, extra AUX connections... so far so good.
Bass driver looks "cheap". The case is light weight.
Of course that is very subjective. Comparison buddies are one year old Creative A250 (a cheap set, 30 USD regular price) and my old Logitech X-230.
Z323 sounds like Creative A250 or even worse.
Bass is basically same - dull, not soft and rich as one would expect from all the reviews. It is "loud", but then it lacks clear sound.
At 15-30% of "full power", meaning regular listening, bass sounds like muffled, not properly resonated.
X-230 offers soft, rich, well dispersed bass.
In addition, Z323 missis lots of high tones. I can't find out why, but comparing to both Creative A250 and Logitech X-230 these two are superior in this aspect.
All in all.
I definitely feel Z323 is not worth $70. Price of 30 or this range is acceptable, but then not for refurbished. If you paid 30 you can justify it - you get what you paid for.
If you add some static/cracking/interference - then one might say money not well spent.
I am sorry Logitech, being your fan (mice, keyboards, wheels, speakers, remotes...), I am completely disappointed with this set.
Pros: It works. What can I say more?
It does not freeze, it was detected with no problem, came well packed.
Cons: none, so far.
Other Thoughts: It works along with i5-2500K on Asus P8P67, 60GB SSD, 250GB HDD, 650W Sunbeam 80+ PSUREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sunbeam PSU-ECO650-US 650W ATX12V V2.3 80 PLUS Certified Active PFC Power Supply
Pros: Good quiet, energy efficient.
Cons: I would say NONE, except MIR... that never came.
Other Thoughts: Now it powers i5-2500K, 2x4GB 1333Mhz, 60GB SSD, 250GB HDD, GTS250, Blu-Ray burner, DVD-RW...READ FULL REVIEW
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