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Logitech X-530 PC multimedia home theatre speaker system £40.98 Delivered from Amazon...

Features: PC multimedia home theatre speaker system * 5 speakers, subwoofer * Speaker Type: Active * 70 Watt RMS Power Output * Speaker System Details: 4 x satellite speaker - 7.4 Watt ¦ 1 x centre channel speaker - 15.5 Watt ¦ 1 x subwoofer - 25 Watt
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Plug the Logitech X-530 into your PC, music player, DVD player, or even your PlayStation or Xbox game console and immerse yourself in clean, crisp, consistent surround sound from your games, movies, and more. The high-tech subwoofer adjusts itself dynamically to deliver distortion-free bass. And the five wall-mountable satellite speakers use Logitech's patented FDD2 technology to eliminate the uneven sound response created by conventional dual-driver designs. The result: a clear, uniform sound field without the "hot spots" and inconsistency of other dual-driver satellites.

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[/COLOR]Plug the Logitech X-530 into your PC, music player, DVD player, or even your PlayStation or Xbox game console (Requires game console adaptor) and immerse yourself in clean, crisp, consistent surround sound from your games, movies, and more. The high-tech subwoofer adjusts itself dynamically to deliver distortion-free bass. And the five wall-mountable satellite speakers use Logitech´s patented FDD2 technology to eliminate the uneven sound response created by conventional dual-driver designs. The result: a clear, uniform sound field without the hot spots and inconsistency of other dual-driver satellites.
#2
i quite fancy these but do they have an optical in so i can use these with my xbox360 ??? or is there any other way i can play these with the xbox360 ???

hey i just posted my 101st post @ hotukdeals :-D:-D:-D
suspended#3
these speakers have no built in decoding. So you wont get true surround sound from your 360!
#4
damn it damn it all to hell :viking:
#5
Before buying these you may want to READ THE BOTTOM REVIEW of them on Amazon, dont knwo if its true buth worth the research.

p.s. they look to me like simple 5.1 PC Speaker, so to run your xbox in 5.1 from them would mean outputing 5.1 to them from your PC, and outputting the optical from the XBOX 360 to an optical in on your PC.

If you attempt the above, just a warning, my PC doesnt understand the XBOX 360 DolbyDigital Optical signal, so I have to use Optical Stereo, but my PC seem to mirror the channels quite well and still creates a surround effect on my rear speakers

I have Cambridge soundworks 5.1 DTT2200 speakers. With Nforce2 Soundstorm onboard
#6
so if i'm getting this right these would be ideal for a pc or for your dvd player which has a digital surround decoder in it !!! but the xbox 360 doesn't have a digital surround decoder in it so it needs speakers that have their own digital surround decoder in them
#7
Lexeus
Before buying these you may want to READ THE BOTTOM REVIEW of them on Amazon, dont knwo if its true buth worth the research.


I wrote that review and yes it's true, they have been disappointing, look great sound great but who can tolerate Russian gobbeldegook coming from them whenever there turned on?(such an awful language i may add) not to mention that the pops are sometimes more like small bangs, they blended in around bonfire night :giggle: they're silent at the minute but i'm sure i'll be hearing cossack before long, such a shame logitech haven't fixed these problems, here is a reference from their website>>http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/logitech_en_amr.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_faqid=5534&p_created=1161116459&p_sid=og*HlTpi&p_accessibility=0&p_lva=53&p_sp=cF9zcmNoPTEmcF9zb3J0X2J5PSZwX2dyaWRzb3J0PSZwX3Jvd19jbnQ9MyZwX3Byb2RzPTg0NCwxNyZwX2NhdHM9JnBfcHY9Mi4xNyZwX2N2PSZwX3NlYXJjaF90eXBlPWFuc3dlcnMuc2VhcmNoX25sJnBfcGFnZT0xJnBfc2VhcmNoX3RleHQ9eDUzMCByZWZ1bmQ*&p_li=&p_topview=1

I would say spend your money on something else
#8
I have these, don't have the short wave radio thing though! can confirm the popping, doesn't happen too often, is not too loud and is caused by an over-sensitivy to your house's wiring, where I have them now the cooker extractor being switched on and off causes the popping. but not enough to put you off buying these although I'm sure they were cheaper when I got them from amazon.
#9
I've had these hooked up to my pc for around a year now.
Not a hiss or a pop in sight on mine :)
#10
baldmonk
I've had these hooked up to my pc for around a year now.
Not a hiss or a pop in sight on mine :)


Fancy swapping? ;-)
#11
lol no thanks m8 ;)

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