Originally Posted by Ecchi-BANZAII!!!;13987446
Logitech Z 2300?
The only thing the Z series have that my S750 doesn't are the optical inputs.
I always lower my bass from 4/7 to 1/7 and even with that low it still gives a strong bas.
Signal to noise ratio:S750
: 20Hz - 40kHzZ906
: 35Hz – 20kHzS750
: 700 watts (RMS) total power (Subwoofer 210 watts, Satellites 490 watts)Z906
: 500 watts (RMS) total power (Subwoofer 165 watts, Satellites 335 watts)
But as said, S750 lacks the inputs the Z906 has so for people who wants DTS or DolbyDigital you have to find a DDTS-100.
EDIT: Good luck finding one if you're not in USA.
Might start a Wanted thread about it.
1) There's no way that those Logitech's will go anywhere NEAR the claimed frequencies. The z5500's ACTUAL frequency range is roughly 50Hz-8KHz, and even then, its got a HUGE treble boost to make it "appear" to extend further. Same reason why the subwoofer is tuned at 45Hz. It makes it boomy sounding, so it "appears" to hit lower than it really does.
2) Those power figures are hilarious. 500w RMS? 700w RMS?
Maybe at 15% THD. Lower that down to about half of what they claim to output, and you'll have the ACTUAL power output, to keep things clean and THD at acceptable levels.
Originally Posted by Volvo;13987914
HTIB's don't sound good nearfield, farfield, cranked or on low.
They don't sound good at all.
What have you been listening to, Dynex? Durabrand? I used a 2.0 setup with Pioneer 12" towers off 135w RMS @ 8ohm (0.09% THD) for my computer. They sounded absolutely excellent on everything. The treble was a little harsh, but that's because of the horn tweeters from 1973.
If you listen to ANY REAL speakers, you'll know how horrible Logicrap speakers are, and how laughable their claimed specs are.