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Logitech Z906 5.1 Speakers Amazon Deal. 149.99 all time lowest price

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lol @ all the audiophile snobs here :D
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Not read any reviews, from the amazon photo the thing uses spring clip speaker terminals, they break easily in my experience, bloody awful invention just to save a few bucks on having to use proper speaker binding posts.

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1 Like #2

so significantly cheaper now....... awesome!
#3
Huge discount, HEAT!
#4
tomcrocker
so significantly cheaper now....... awesome!

"Significantly" is relative, but you may wish to read the review.
5 Likes #5
Not read any reviews, from the amazon photo the thing uses spring clip speaker terminals, they break easily in my experience, bloody awful invention just to save a few bucks on having to use proper speaker binding posts.
#6
fanpages
tomcrocker
so significantly cheaper now....... awesome!
"Significantly" is relative, but you may wish to read the review.
20% cheaper than the cheapest it seems to have ever been, seems relatively great to me. reviews on the whole seem strong, at full price perhaps worth a second look but at this price??? silly to miss out.

Thanks for the link though, interesting comments
banned 1 Like #7
Very good, I paid £280 for my set.
On reflection though, you may just be better off getting a proper surround sound unit.
#8
tomcrocker
20% cheaper than the cheapest it seems to have ever been, seems relatively great to me. reviews on the whole seem strong, at full price perhaps worth a second look but at this price??? silly to miss out.
Thanks for the link though, interesting comments

A good "Deal" is not just about the price, but you are welcome.
#9
0zone
Very good, I paid £280 for my set.
On reflection though, you may just be better off getting a proper surround sound unit.
which one do you recommend?
banned 1 Like #10
tomcrocker
0zone
Very good, I paid £280 for my set.
On reflection though, you may just be better off getting a proper surround sound unit.
which one do you recommend?
It obviously depends on usage. This isn't very flexible, for example you've only got one optical in, so you may be forced to use phono cables if your other devices don't have coaxial out. I'm sat next to mine right now. You also don't have any wireless inputs, so again if you want to use your phone as a music player it will have to be phono again. So basically you're only getting the dolby digital on one optical and one coaxial, whereas with a bonafide surround amp you'll likely have three to four times the inputs, and not forced in to using sub par 2-channel connectivity on the majority of those inputs.

You also don't have basic settings like bass and treble control, in fact there's no control of any kind other than volume on the front speakers and volume on the back speakers, and of the subwoofer.



Edited By: 0zone on Nov 26, 2016 01:20
#11
0zone
tomcrocker
0zone
Very good, I paid £280 for my set.
On reflection though, you may just be better off getting a proper surround sound unit.
which one do you recommend?
It obviously depends on usage. This isn't very flexible, for example you've only got one optical in, so you may be forced to use phono cables if your other devices don't have coaxial out. I'm sat next to mine right now. You also don't have any wireless inputs, so again if you want to use your phone as a music player it will have to be phono again. So basically you're only getting the dolby digital on one optical and one coaxial, whereas with a bonafide surround amp you'll likely have three to four times the inputs, and not forced in to using sub par 2-channel connectivity on the majority of the inputs.

do you think optical is noticeably better than phono?
banned#12
tomcrocker
0zone
tomcrocker
0zone
Very good, I paid £280 for my set.
On reflection though, you may just be better off getting a proper surround sound unit.
which one do you recommend?
It obviously depends on usage. This isn't very flexible, for example you've only got one optical in, so you may be forced to use phono cables if your other devices don't have coaxial out. I'm sat next to mine right now. You also don't have any wireless inputs, so again if you want to use your phone as a music player it will have to be phono again. So basically you're only getting the dolby digital on one optical and one coaxial, whereas with a bonafide surround amp you'll likely have three to four times the inputs, and not forced in to using sub par 2-channel connectivity on the majority of the inputs.
do you think optical is noticeably better than phono?

Of course, there is zero noise and 6.1 channels. With phono you have only two channels, left and right. And susceptible to noise and interference.

Edited By: 0zone on Nov 26, 2016 01:22
1 Like #13
Richer Sounds, opt for separate AV Receiver and speaker set, rather than the all-in-one packages, yes it will cost at least £180 for cheapest AV Receiver and another £120 for a 5.1 speaker package but well worth it.
All in one home cinema, never again! :(

Edited By: ShroomHeadToad on Nov 26, 2016 01:23
1 Like #14
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/415m3BgeYnL.jpg

3x 3.5mm input sockets.
#15
just get the convertor = boom sound through all speakers via 3.5mm jack
1 Like #16
Soooo tempted just its not been updated since 2011. I just have a feeling logitech are bringing a new one out hence the price cut.

I have the Z5500 doesnt seem like a lot of difference between them.
1 Like #17
Junk.

These sets remind me of the 5 CD Changer MEGA Midi era, where everything was 3000RMS shone 4 different colours based on you listening to 160bpm or 120bpm and came in a variety of garish form factors.

This isn't a quality set, it's trash that's being sold to you as an experience, it will give you that experience but it shall still be a trashy one.

If you genuine need 5.1 from such nasty looking chipboard boxes, best of luck. For anybody else? Go spend that money on a set of good stereo speakers or active monitors.

You could also use a desktop (or car) amp wired to some good quality passive speakers from somewhere like RS. If you go the car amp route you can screw it to the underside of your desk.
#18
As everyone has already said, bought for £285 and thy are great. A little fiddly to get started but that can only be expected.
2 Likes #19
0zone
tomcrocker
0zone
Very good, I paid £280 for my set.
On reflection though, you may just be better off getting a proper surround sound unit.
which one do you recommend?
It obviously depends on usage. This isn't very flexible, for example you've only got one optical in, so you may be forced to use phono cables if your other devices don't have coaxial out. I'm sat next to mine right now. You also don't have any wireless inputs, so again if you want to use your phone as a music player it will have to be phono again. So basically you're only getting the dolby digital on one optical and one coaxial, whereas with a bonafide surround amp you'll likely have three to four times the inputs, and not forced in to using sub par 2-channel connectivity on the majority of those inputs.

You also don't have basic settings like bass and treble control, in fact there's no control of any kind other than volume on the front speakers and volume on the back speakers, and of the subwoofer.




Two optical in ports!
1 Like #20
Bought December 2015 off Amazon for £159.99
#21
ShroomHeadToad
Huge discount, HEAT!
Yeah, £100 off list, <3
#22
Damn it, bought a week ago for £180!
#23
I've had these for over 4 years. Bought for £225. At £145 I would buy it! But wouldnt pay £225 for it!
1 Like #24
Excellent system recommended
1 Like #25
fishleg
Soooo tempted just its not been updated since 2011. I just have a feeling logitech are bringing a new one out hence the price cut.
I have the Z5500 doesnt seem like a lot of difference between them.
Z5500 was much better. Better build quality. An actual display screen. Dolby PL2 for stereo sources instead of just some 3D audio thing. More options and adjustments. This is essentially a scaled back budget Z5500
#26
Nar-E
I've had these for over 4 years. Bought for £225. At £145 I would buy it! But wouldnt pay £225 for it!

worth having or better to get a soundbar wireless ?
#27
These or set of used Z5500's for £80?????
2 Likes #28
These are brilliant. Whenever this set comes up, there are people telling you that you need an amp and full surround etc.

I've had surround sound kits for years and this is my latest. I love it to bits, the sound is great, the price is even better and you don't have a big ugly amp or have to wait for HDMI handshaking.

It's a steal. Heat added.
#29
Had 4 Logitech 5.1 systems in last 10 years for our company as a cheap consumer surround system...only 1 is still working. Wouldn't buy them again on unreliability alone,

This is a good price but yeah I decided against these a few years ago (for my living room) and spent a bit more for an AV amp plus a good 5.1 speaker set. No regrets.

Fwiw...if you do want more features for less money you could consider getting a 2nd hand AV amp from eBay etc. They are usually large and heavy and people don't want to ship them so local pickup bargains are common. Then just need to pick up a decent set of speakers and you will end up with a much better system :)
#30
Djd1981
These or set of used Z5500's for £80?????

Have found these sets unreliable so I would go for new for the guarantee of at least 12 months of use personally, if you are set on one or the other.
1 Like #31
cruisecars
Nar-E
I've had these for over 4 years. Bought for £225. At £145 I would buy it! But wouldnt pay £225 for it!
worth having or better to get a soundbar wireless ?

Discrete surround speakers are going to fill your room with audio better and give better separation.......but will also require wires and places to put the speakers. Depends on how much you care about the audio for your viewing :)
3 Likes #32
Very happy with these speakers
Bought last year on Amazon for 146 on a lightning deal when the nus discount was still around
Unbeatable in this price bracket
Are there better systems? Yes, but for twice the price or more.
This is a perfectly good speaker system for the money
1 Like #33
robodan918
Very happy with these speakers
Bought last year on Amazon for 146 on a lightning deal when the nus discount was still around
Unbeatable in this price bracket
Are there better systems? Yes, but for twice the price or more.
This is a perfectly good speaker system for the money


That's exactly my logic too. Every shop I have been into has said the same thing...... to hear anything significantly better you need to look at 5 or £600 plus.
#34
Heat!

Add this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00IJYG4FY/ref=bdl_pop_ttl_B00IJYG4FY

And you have Bluetooth connection!
3 Likes #35
Great sound from these in my opinion and great price!
2 Likes #36
Too many snobs on here. These are amazing at this price. Thanks for posting OP
1 Like #37
I paid £200 for a refurbished pair last year.
This deal is insane and so are the speakers. Mind blowingly loud
#38
Djd1981
These or set of used Z5500's for £80?????
z5500 all the way
14 Likes #39
lol @ all the audiophile snobs here :D
#40
Most of these comments sound like they're coming from people who use these as TV/console surround set ups. But what about PC gaming setups where they're pretty close to you?

I currently have a pair of T40 Gigaworks, which are fantastic IMO, but I plan on upgrading my monitor and they will no longer be enough room beside it.

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