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Just asking ive seen people opening the logitech z623 and the driver is writed 10w 8ohm Logitech says they are drived in 6ohm 35w


Idk im lost?? they will fry if i run them at 50% for long time ????


Thank for help

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No, you won't wreck your speakers with normal use. But they usually break anyway
With PC-brand audio stuff the info listed is usually wrong. Z2300 had only 12w satellites while Logitech said they were 40w.

People buy stuff with higher wattage, and the easiest way to add wattage is to raise the numbers in product specifications biggrin.gif
And that is one of the reasons why every audiophile recommends to stay away from "gaming brands" when it comes to audio.

EDIT: Here are pretty detailed "real" specifications for the Z623.
They say 200W (peak?), hardware says 170W peak and 75W of continuous power.
Edited by Tiihokatti - 9/21/13 at 12:07pm
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Uh so there 10w what the hell my 50$ Cyber acoustic speaker are 2 inch 6w rms rated on them i opened them so the logitech is 3 x the price and not that more powerfull so? mad.gif





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Z-2300 uses 2.5 inch polished aluminum phase plug drivers in their satellites and are beautifully crafted to look like a piece of art. The 12W satellite drivers that Z-2300 uses are again from an unknown speaker company and does not in any way relate to 3 inch Tang Band (W3-594SB) units. I estimate a rated power of 10W & a max of 20W. But since these drivers get audio frequencies ranging from 150Hz to 20kHz, the power handling capability increases by at least two times. So these speakers can handle anything between 20W to 40W.
Edited by bonami2 - 9/21/13 at 10:50pm
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