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post #21 of 43
I had the z-2300's...IMO okay for mp3 playing on computer. But it you tell a audiophile that you have some logitech speakers they will laugh at you.
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post #22 of 43
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Ok guys, let stop this cold war. I understand that some members do not like the sound quality of Z-2300 and I respect their thoughts & there are members who like them and rate them better over others. I respect them too.

And let me repeat one more, according to me the Z-2300 are no audiophile grade out of the world PC speakers, but at $110 they deliver respectable performance. I think it is a great value for money product.

Also let stay with communal harmony.
Edited by RishiGuru - 1/24/11 at 3:16am
post #23 of 43
I think people would have respected you more if you didn't just copy paste this deal all over the internet, have holes shot in it, and then try a feeble attempt at making peace. Its the same in every thread you made. I mean seriously...avs forum? Really? What kind of response did you expect over there?
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post #24 of 43
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Psycho Homer View Post
Are you seriously just going to every computer and audio forum you find?
Yes. I believe that I have wrote a good review (maybe not excellent) and I want to share it with as many people as possible.

Is there anything wrong in it? If so kindly state.
post #25 of 43
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Originally Posted by ljason8eg View Post
I mean seriously...avs forum? Really? What kind of response did you expect over there?
I never expected positive comments regarding Z-2300 in avsforum. That is a HiFi forum. But there were also members in avsforum why supported my efforts & told that though Z-2300 maybe not of their standard but still they like my review.
post #26 of 43
Nice review. Seems like you put a lot of effort into it, good job.
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post #27 of 43
LOL poor rishiGuru.. so much hate on your review! i have to agree with you tho mate. i mean, for the price they are pretty amazing. and before ppl try and rickroll me i have a proper audio set up. seeing as i lent them to a mate for a few weeks. im actually going to make a new box for them tho. the plastic isnt the best thing for those speakers ill admit. and the sub is eh sometimes. it can get annoying from time to time but i still love them great for gatho's and things 2 easy to set and pack up not that heavy either.
post #28 of 43
LOL, the Z-2300s are what they are, a cheap alternative to achieve "loud" sound from desktop speakers. Yes they are a step up from the run of the mill dektops, but still a far cry from audiophile. Not even close. You cant compare bad junk against better junk, and say its the best thats ever been. Its still junk. And you might want to establish yourself on a forum before you start throwing reviews out like this. It kinda makes yourself look like a spammer peddling his wares.
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post #30 of 43
Sound quality is subjective.

Someone coming from $10 speakers will find just about any 2.1 set out there, 'awesome'.

Someone coming from a $10,000 set will find even the most expensive computer speaker sets, crap.

The sub is huge, but it doesn't have impact, really.

My MX5021 has far less power, yet sounds a lot more balanced.
I know there are reviewers who claim that the MX5021 has far too much treble, and 'choked' bass.

All brainwashed by the Logitech wave, which is no treble, no mids, and far too much bass.
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