Logitech unveils THX Certified Speaker System Z623

Logitech announced the 2.1 THX Certified Logitech Speaker System Z623 featuring 200 watts (RMS) of power from two-satellite speakers and a subwoofer. To recreate the tonal balance and high-audio experience, “of whatever you’re listening to”, Logitech claims that their engineers have worked closely with THX, “conducting more than 400 acoustic and electrical bench tests covering frequency response, power output, distortion, noise and overall performance”

The Z623 includes RCA, 3.5 mm inputs, headphone jack, allowing you to connect the system to up to three audio devices like computer, digital music players, game console,TV or DVD player and also has an integrated controls on the right speaker for volume and bass up. Logitech Speaker System Z623 is expected to be available in the U.S. and Europe in September for a suggested retail price of $149.99 (U.S.).

Logitech Speaker System Z623

“Whether you’re listening to rock music, watching a Steven Spielberg flick, or playing your favorite video game, the experience is always richer when you get engrossed in the audio,” said Mark Schneider, vice president and general manager of Logitech’s audio business unit. “That’s why we built the Logitech Speaker System Z623 – so you can lose yourself in whatever you’re into. For DVD aficionados, music enthusiasts and hardcore gamers, the Z623 system delivers powerful audio for your room. And with THX certification, you know you’re getting the best.”

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