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Logitech X-530 PC Multimedia Home Theatre Speaker System 70 Watt RMS just £34.99 Delivered

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Logitech X-530 PC Multimedia Home Theatre Speaker System 70 Watt RMS is back again at just £34.99 including free SuperSaver delivery from Amazon... * Product Type: PC multimedia home theatre speake… Read More
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Logitech X-530 PC Multimedia Home Theatre Speaker System 70 Watt RMS is back again at just £34.99 including free SuperSaver delivery from Amazon...

* Product Type: PC multimedia home theatre speaker system
* Media Type: 5 speakers, subwoofer
* Speaker Type: Active
* Nominal Output Power (Total): 70 Watt
* Audio System Max Output Power: 140 Watt
* Media Included Qty: 40 - 20000 Hz
* Audio Amplifier: Integrated
* Connectivity Technology: Wired
* 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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#1
http://www.maytinhcu.com.vn/image/speaker/x530/X530big.jpg
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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 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
Not bad, don't fancy having all the wiring, though.
#3
Good deal but agree with Vandutch, i'm waiting for wireless speaker systems to be affordable !
#4
Have a set of these hooked up to a audigy 4 soundcard and I love them! Great sound quality, both for music and games!

Highly recommended, got mine a year ago but for £50ish and at this price these are a steal. Voted HOT! :)
#5
ooh.. looks nice!
unfortunately would look horrendous in my entirely beige living room..
#6
I have a set of these, i only have the sub and the main center speaker running atm and they sound fantastic!
#7
********!

I just bought a set 3 weeks ago for £45 with postage on top.

They're fantastic speakers, the sound is really crisp and clear. Best speakers I've owned so far for PC.
#8
I've had these speakers for about 2 years

Fantastic sound quality, sub is a bit too intrusive though and there is a lot of wiring

I paid about £90 so this is a good price.

T
#9
can these be used directly from a PS3 / Sky HD? or is an external decoder required??

forgive the lack of knowledge on these!!
#10
I have these hooked up to my xbox running xbmc. I love them. 2 years no problems.
#11
Im running this speaker set at the moment, nice a loud and good sound quality. a RCA converter comes with this set meaning you can plug the red and white sound leads from a console into these speakers. If you were thinking of plugging a fibre optic cable or similar into this set then you will need an external decoder.
#12
I had a set of the x230's which is the 2.1 version of these
Very good for computer speakers :)

Stopped using them recently in favour of using hi-fi speakers instead.
#13
I have had these since christmas, I think I got them at this same price of £34.99 on Amazon. So its dissapointing that they are still this price.


But... They are really good speakers and extremely good value. The bass is good, almost too much bass, I wish it could be turned down even further. It has good surround sound - I have it connected to my Xbox 360 to play games and watch HD DVD's and DVD's.

I cant remember how I had it connected up before HDTV, but it comes with an adapter for the sound - it works with the Xb 360

Still rated HOT from me, but not that great of a deal, but still the best around IMO
banned#14
This set is known to suffer from interference in some cases.

Sadly mine do, but its only popping, and radio signals are audible when volume is right down.

However, the quality is awesome.

Bargain.
#15
Would this work well with my motherboard?
I have a P6n SLI FI Here is a picture, it shows all of the audio inputs.

On the website(ebuyer) that I purchased the motherboard it says in spec:
Audio Output = Sound card - 7.1 channel surround

So would that be good enough even though its on-board? I would want to be able to plug this into an xbox 360 also. Would this mean constantly switching the leads back and forth?

Any help greatly appreciated +rep :)
#16
Do you need an external 5.1 sound card with this if operating from a laptop, or is that something that helps with performance?
#17
I've got a HP Pavilion DV6277 will it:

a) work with the above laptop
b) will it sound good?

Thanks.
1 Like #18
@ Resident....your motherboard will do just fine...i use my onboard sound card as well...and its more than sufficient for me...you will just have to configure some of the inputs...it should detect them automatically...but if not just change the input settings through control panel.

@Ricklee...you dont need an external 5.1 sounds card...the speakers will still play except for that fact that they wont all play...so in reality you wont have a 5.1 system...even if you use 5.1 speakers...so yes...you can put it down as a performance issue rather than compatibility issue.

@Liverpool_Bear...the same that applies to Ricklee will apply to you...they will sound good...but you wont get the full 5.1 effects...

hope i've helped you all...
#19
Hi sorry if this sound like a dumb question, but how are these connected to the PC.. I run my PC through my 32" samsung which has it's own audio outputs. Which one would it be better to connect it to and will i need anything else. Do the speakers come with a central box to connect to the TV?

your help much appreciated!!
#20
What are the wall mounts like on these? As it says they are wall mountable. So do the stands become un-attached?

Thanks :)
#21
vibeone
This set is known to suffer from interference in some cases.

Sadly mine do, but its only popping, and radio signals are audible when volume is right down.

However, the quality is awesome.

Bargain.


Mine have the same problem, so annoying.
Does anyone know how to avoid this problem?
#22
mudddy
Mine have the same problem, so annoying.
Does anyone know how to avoid this problem?


Logitech offered refunds at one stage so i dont think even they know. It is a pain though, perhaps you can attach those little shielding magnets that come with some cables to avoid it?
#23
I have the weird french radio interferance only when i turn the volume down so low it goes past being silent. So I don't turn it far enough for the french radio to come on, but far enough its silent, plus its very rarely I have it silent, if I want the speakers off, I turn them off with the switch.
#24
D!zzy
@ Resident....your motherboard will do just fine...i use my onboard sound card as well...and its more than sufficient for me...you will just have to configure some of the inputs...it should detect them automatically...but if not just change the input settings through control panel.

hope i've helped you all...


Cheers, thats just what I needed to hear.

Thanks! :thumbsup:
#25
mudddy
Mine have the same problem, so annoying.
Does anyone know how to avoid this problem?


This will only work if it is the speaker wires that are picking up the signal but if you desperatly wanted to get rid of it at some electrical shopes u can buy a tube that is a metal mesh get enough that you can cover all the external wires of system.then you have to cut the wires and put each indevidual wire through a length of mesh tube, then reconnect the wires, and find a grounding point on the surround sound (or easier the metal frame of you pc base unit) to connect the mesh to. this will shield the wires from any interferance and should cut out some of the interfearance.
of course if it isnt the wires that are picking up the signal then that wont work and you will have wasted a tonne of effort (and depending on how expensive the mesh tubing is then alot of money)

good deal tho voted hot, may have to get them since my old unit i got for about £25 from asda blew up a few weeks ago.
#26
vibeone
This set is known to suffer from interference in some cases.

Sadly mine do, but its only popping, and radio signals are audible when volume is right down.

However, the quality is awesome.

Bargain.


I get this probelm, although its very very very small problem that rarely happens, e.g. one small, short pop sound is what I get once or twice if i've left them on for a few hours.

At christmas it can get a bit annoying, the fairy lights flashing must do something to the electric in my house (overloaded a bit perhaps) and I got more pops than usual.

As for the radio signal thing, it was funny and freaky the first time I noticed this. I seem to have chinese radio somehow (how I dont know, pehaps its extremely muffled other radio, but it does sound chinese). This is very quiet and only occurs if you leave the speakers on with the volume low.

I rate the speakers a good 8.5/10 - great value and quality with a few small niggles.
#27
hey could i ask would it work on my HP Pavilion Media Center TV m7775 would it work on 5.1 sorround sound?
#28
Daz CPFC
What are the wall mounts like on these? As it says they are wall mountable. So do the stands become un-attached?

Thanks :)


If its the same as the x230's I got then the stands rotate though 180 degrees and due to the way they are attached to the speaker that then makes it so you can attach them to a wall
#29
ordered one for a mate's birthday, voted hot!
banned#30
I had a wireless set but they were so lame (also top of the range) as they conflicted with the plethora of waves travelling about anyway.

Not worth it. These are excellent
#31
do these come with a remote control?
#32
I have one one of these. It is ok but only has one input, no remote and the cables are quite short so only any good for a pc. To be honnest I bought a home cinema speaker system form ASDA for £25 and it is loads better. Four inputs, long cables and a remote, It is also far more powerful and sounds better!
#33
thanks for this was looking at them on ebuyer

i ordered some thanks
#34
i just recieved mine this morning...setup was fairly easy and they sound very nice...very impressed with them...
#35
D!zzy
i just recieved mine this morning...setup was fairly easy and they sound very nice...very impressed with them...


Mine also arrived today(wednesday) with super saver delivery.

Very impressed with them so far.
suspended#36
Would these be any good to connect to a tv for the kids to play console games?
#37
Hiya,

When did you get the home speaker system from ASDA...is it better than these.

Thank you
#38
Snake
Would these be any good to connect to a tv for the kids to play console games?


Thats what I use mine for and its great. For consoles they give you an adapter so that you connect the consoles red and wite rca leads to it.
#39
What would you recommend?

These speakers or this...
#40
Resident
Thats what I use mine for and its great. For consoles they give you an adapter so that you connect the consoles red and wite rca leads to it.


This doesnt give you 5.1 in the same way though I think - it takes the signal and makes it 2.1 going through all the speakers :(

Think you need a proper decoder to get proper 5.1 from consoles.

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