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LOGIK L37SPDB14 Soundstage £99.99 @ Currys free home delivery
LOGIK L37SPDB14 Soundstage £99.99 @ Currys free home delivery

LOGIK L37SPDB14 Soundstage £99.99 @ Currys free home delivery

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Had a look at this unit in Currys today and though it was a good system for the price. Complete with DAB radio, bluetooth and other features. I know its not a brand name like BOSE but at a thrird of the cost it may suit some people

Listened to it today and it sounds impressive for a budget Soundstage

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worth £100 then ?

Why so cold.. Looks good to me..

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Thought it was good value for £100. Enhanced sound from tv, dab radio and Bluetooth and aux connectivity.

My long and often futile quest to get improved sound quality for my Panasonic TV at an affordable price ended 2 days ago when I purchased one of these units from Currys. In 3 words, brilliant, brilliant, brilliant! The solid wood construction means it takes the weight of my 37", 20 Kg Panny with ease and a bit to spare. It fits unobtrusively under the TV and the very slight curvature of the front panel even matches that of my very old Sony Trinitron TV stand which I still use. I started using the RCA (AUX) connection option which gave very good results, however I soon found out my TV had optical digital audio out socket so I went out and bought the necessary lead and got a noticeable improvement. The down firing sub-woofer gives incredible solid bass, but importantly, only when it is available from the source so to speak, so for instance going from newsreader speech to advert breaks where full range of bass sound is often used in music backing is particularly awesome. Options for the equalizer modes are automatic and fixed so there's no need to fiddle about trying to get the best sound.
The DAB and FM radio features are a real added bonus with both tuners scanning well with the supplied aerial. The DAB did slightly better in this department than the FM but really I have no complaints on that score. I tried out the bluetooth connection with my smartphone and it worked but did keep cutting out. This might be more down to my smartphone than the Logik as the guy in Currys who sold me the unit had no problem demonstrating bluetooth from his phone. I have yet to test the in-line MP3 socket.
I if I had one criticism at all it would be the small slightly flimsy and easily losable mini remote control which although is not necessary for the basic functions but does have a number operations that are unavailable from the units front control panel particularly in relation to the radio operation. i.e. manual tuning and programming presets etc. (I think I might try and get a spare from the manufacturer and put it away for a rainy day)
That being said, all in all, I am still very, very pleased with the purchase of this item.

My long and often futile quest to get improved sound quality for my Panasonic TV at an affordable price ended 2 days ago when I purchased one of these units from Currys. In 3 words, brilliant, brilliant, brilliant! The solid wood construction means it takes the weight of my 37", 20 Kg Panny with ease and a bit to spare. It fits unobtrusively under the TV and the very slight curvature of the front panel even matches that of my very old Sony Trinitron TV stand which I still use. I started using the RCA (AUX) connection option which gave very good results, however I soon found out my TV had optical digital audio out socket so I went out and bought the necessary lead and got a noticeable improvement. The down firing sub-woofer gives incredible solid bass, but importantly, only when it is available from the source so to speak, so for instance going from newsreader speech to advert breaks where full range of bass sound is often used in music backing is particularly awesome. Options for the equalizer modes are automatic and fixed so there's no need to fiddle about trying to get the best sound.
The DAB and FM radio features are a real added bonus with both tuners scanning well with the supplied aerial. The DAB did slightly better in this department than the FM but really I have no complaints on that score. I tried out the bluetooth connection with my smartphone and it worked but did keep cutting out. This might be more down to my smartphone than the Logik as the guy in Currys who sold me the unit had no problem demonstrating bluetooth from his phone. I have yet to test the in-line MP3 socket.
I if I had one criticism at all it would be the small slightly flimsy and easily losable mini remote control which although is not necessary for the basic functions but does have a number operations that are unavailable from the units front control panel particularly in relation to the radio operation. i.e. manual tuning and programming presets etc. (I think I might try and get a spare from the manufacturer and put it away for a rainy day)
That being said, all in all, I am still very, very pleased with the purchase of this item.
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