Logitech Z906 Stereo Speakers 3D 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound, 500 W - £169.98 @ Amazon
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Logitech Z906 Stereo Speakers 3D 5.1 Dolby Surround Sound, 500 W - £169.98 @ Amazon

£169.98
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Found 6th JulMade hot 6th Jul
Amazon price matching Ebuyer.

• 500 watts (RMS) of power
• THX® Certified • Digital decoding
• Multiple inputs
• Dolby® Digital and DTS™ decoding"
• Speakers
• Speaker connection wire
• 1.8-m (6-foot) six-channel direct cable
• Stackable control console • Wireless remote
• 3 AAA batteries • User documentation
• 2-year manufacturer's guarantee and full product support"

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Original Poster

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Edited by: "vassy1" 6th Jul

Original Poster

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Edited by: "vassy1" 6th Jul

good speakers
I bought a pair from amazon on a lightning deal with 5% student discount (RIP) about 2 years ago for 145, and they're still the best purchase I ever made on amazon

this has been posted

Heat for product and heat for 3camels and pricespy comments!

Nice one vassy

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Cheers vassy

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Got these in November when they hit their lowest price. Very good for what I paid, issue I had was that I have an old TV that only passes through Dolby Digital and a lot of services, e.g. Netflix, tend to use DD+. As such you may need to check what your TV will pass through. I got round it by using a PS3 as a media centre, which can convert to standard DD.

linhang907 h, 7 m ago

this has been posted


This was posted as an Ebuyer deal... I then commented on that thread about Amazon price matching and suggested the title of that post was updated to include Amazon. The post wasn't updated though so I think it's fair it's now been posted as a separate thread.

I ordered from Ebuyer who use yodel for their deliveries. Sufficed to say I had problems with the delivery (partly my fault but partly the yodel driver) so I ordered from Amazon and am currently waiting for a refund from Ebuyer.

The system is amazing. I've got it hooked up to my TV and android TV box for surround sound. The quality of the sound is very good and I've not managed to get the volume near 50% yet as it's so loud...amazing purchase!

Original post for Ebuyer for anyone interested in buying from there instead...

hotukdeals.com/dea…819

I had this system before, and it’s sounds great! Not just loud - it has a rich and full spectrum with decent and quality tones. This price attracts even better value for money. Logitech’s customer service is also great...
I want it again! For the bedroom ☺️ - tempting overkill.
Great deal! Highly recommended.

Battlefield full volume sounds great with these.

Well sounded, I'm not allowed to do that any more, dogs bark, neighbours complain.

Dolby Surround is quite old now and do people still have multiple speakers all around their rooms these days?
if you've not experienced Dolby Atmos, it leaves Dolby Surround in the dark (obviously you pay a fair whack more) and most come in a 2-piece and neat unit.

johnf007:
With regards to connecting to TV and buying a Bluetooth receiver. Does the b tooth use the 3.5mm aux, so then you HAVE to connect to TV via optical?? Just had a bad experience buying optical, the sound was awful! (Maybe I just bought a cheap cable!) So I live with the 3.5mm connection to my TV.

johnf0079 h, 41 m ago

johnf007:With regards to connecting to TV and buying a Bluetooth …johnf007:With regards to connecting to TV and buying a Bluetooth receiver. Does the b tooth use the 3.5mm aux, so then you HAVE to connect to TV via optical?? Just had a bad experience buying optical, the sound was awful! (Maybe I just bought a cheap cable!) So I live with the 3.5mm connection to my TV.

FYI, if you're using 3.5mm aux I don't think you'll be getting surround sound. I believe 3.5mm only supports stereo.

I have optical from my TV and find it works great. When you say the sound was awful can you give some more detail? I'd be surprised if it was the cable, they're digital so they should work or they shouldn't... No in between.

These are sick, used to have a pair myself a few years back. Highly recommended

dotnetter3 h, 55 m ago

FYI, if you're using 3.5mm aux I don't think you'll be getting surround …FYI, if you're using 3.5mm aux I don't think you'll be getting surround sound. I believe 3.5mm only supports stereo. I have optical from my TV and find it works great. When you say the sound was awful can you give some more detail? I'd be surprised if it was the cable, they're digital so they should work or they shouldn't... No in between.

I only have a 2 speaker set up- Oli Roth powa 5 - 40watts. I didn't think they would support surround. The cable I bought was a 1m for £5 off eBay and the sound was really quiet and volume was really low, sounded muffled.

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johnf0077th Jul

I only have a 2 speaker set up- Oli Roth powa 5 - 40watts. I didn't think …I only have a 2 speaker set up- Oli Roth powa 5 - 40watts. I didn't think they would support surround. The cable I bought was a 1m for £5 off eBay and the sound was really quiet and volume was really low, sounded muffled.

I get that when I change my output on my TV. Check if you've got it set correctly. Usually you'll have PCM or RAW.

When set to PCM I believe it's 2.0 but raw is 5.1 so if you had only 2 speakers but output was set to raw you may have been getting from left and front right channels and not the center channel?
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