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Logitech Z333 80 Watts Multimedia Speakers (980-001203)

Logitech Z333 80 Watts Multimedia Speakers (980-001203)
  • 80 watts peak power (40W RMS): Crank up the volume with powerful, clear, room-filling sound.
  • Front-facing subwoofer: 5" driver adds deep, intense bass to your music, movies and games.
  • Convenient wired control pod: Easily access volume and power, plus a headphone jack for private listening.
  • Adjustable bass control: Quickly boost the bass with a turn of the on-subwoofer control knob.
  • Plug and play connection to multiple devices: 3.5mm and RCA inputs for simple wired connection to your TV, computer, tablet, game console and more
  • Works with computer running on any major operating system (Windows, Mac, Chromebooks), smartphones, tablets, televisions, MP3 players, DVD / Blue-ray players, and game consoles such as PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Logitech Multimedia Speakers z333 deliver 80 watts peak power with a deep bass response adding intensity to your music, movies and games

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  1. 10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Turns your computer into a DJ booth, November 13, 2015
    By 
    Eric Sedensky (Madison, AL, US) –
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    This review is from: Logitech Z333 80 Watts Multimedia Speakers (980-001203) (Personal Computers)
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product (What’s this?)
    As a musician, I am, by default an audiophile. I have multiple Bose systems, two Yamaha receiver amps, Bluetooth speaker systems from Bang and Olufson and Devialet, and recently, a system similar to this Logitech from HP. I’ve even had a larger Logitech system that we used with our iPad until some of the more advanced equipment came along. So to be honest, I did not have high expectations for this system, especially as the HP AV system for computer audio was, at best, unimpressive. But as it turns out, Logitech has a winner here.

    One of the best things about this system is how easy it is to set up: plug it in, connect the speakers (standard RCA style), turn it on and connect a sound source, and you’re ready to jam. I tried mine out with some Freddie Hubbard jazz quintet stuff and was amazed at the clarity of the bass and drums. The bass adjusts individually as well and you can control the volume (and on/off) from a little rotating pod that is connected to the sub-woofer. The sound is very good, but not scintillating. The high end tends to get lost a little, and though you can turn up the bass, it doesn’t EQ the other sounds, so you really end up with either too much low end or a smidgen of distortion in the mid-range. But don’t get me wrong, the 80 watts puts out a lot of robust sound, and for video games, casual listening while working on the computer, or watching music videos and listening to downloads, this system has enough depth and power to satisfy even demanding music lovers. It held up well with electronica and classical music, and any of my favorite 80’s hits sounded crisp enough to transport me back to high school.

    The worst I can do for a complaint is the power cord is really short, and I hate using these things with extension cords, as it often introduces some buzz that defeats the purpose of a unit with separate speakers. But if you make a few considerations for the device’s location and the speaker location, it isn’t hard to get good, three dimensional sound with exceptional depth and vibrancy. Of course, larger systems from companies that are audio experts put out more and better sound, but at this price point, size, and power level, you will have to look long and hard to improve on this Logitech. It’s a five star piece of equipment, well worth adding to your computer sound system.

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  2. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Better as a computer speaker system than multimedia speaker system, December 18, 2015
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    S. Jentsch (United States) –
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    This review is from: Logitech Z333 80 Watts Multimedia Speakers (980-001203) (Personal Computers)
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    Logitech has been making speaker systems for computers for quite a few years, so for someone looking for a step up from the $20 mini-speakers or the monitor soundbar that they have now, this 3-piece system is a worthy upgrade.

    While the most common use for these speakers may be as speakers for a computer system, Logitech markets them as “multimedia” speakers that can be used with a computer, tablets, DVD/Blu-ray players, and game consoles. As such, the demands on this system are a little more varied. However, I also think that these other uses are a bit of a stretch, given that many of the features are more geared toward their use in a traditional computer desk setting. But since Logitech brought it up, I’m going to comment on their suitability to those other uses.

    The speakers are tilted slightly, presumably to aid them being aimed at the person in front of them, further reinforcing them as best suited for computer usage. Volume can be controlled through the wired remote included. The “subwoofer” has a bass level control.

    Overall, the sound quality was acceptable. For playing music in your cubicle, home office, or bedroom at low volumes, this system will do just fine. As with most such units, it can be a little tricky to adjust the “sub” to get the right amount of bass without things getting “thumpy” but it probably meets the needs of anyone interested in something in this price range to begin with.

    These are basically computer speakers, after all, and if you were looking for high fidelity, you wouldn’t be looking at something like this. If you are, turn your gaze toward powered monitors, which don’t need a “subwoofer” and will be much more capable, but at a higher price range.

    The 56″ power cord is a little short. Given that this likely will be used in proximity to a computer that has a power strip, it probably won’t be a huge issue for most people. However, if you’re going to use them in other situations, having a full 6′ cord would provide more flexibility.

    The remote control cord measures 60″. The remote has an on/off switch and a headphone jack. The wired remote doesn’t work any better than a volume control being located on one of the speakers, but it does keep the proprietary wiring separate for the remote so that extension cables can be used for the speakers.

    Speaking of the speaker cables, the 56″ cables are terminated with color-coded RCA connectors. This makes it easy for novices to make the necessary connections, and if you’re crouched in the dark recesses under your desk, having some color coordination never hurts. If you want to use this as a multimedia system, you may not be able to position the speakers far enough away from the “subwoofer” without getting some extension cables, so keep that in mind and purchase accordingly.

    These speakers will get plenty loud, much louder than anyone would need in a normal room. If you’re looking to have a cubicle war, you’ll win, but you won’t stand a chance in a dorm war. You’ll be able to drive out your roommate but that guy with the real speakers down the hall will drown you out with no problem. They do get loud enough that I think they could be used outside with a projector for an outdoor movie night in the backyard. They could work for a BBQ as well, but a wired 3pc system with a wired remote and speakers is much more cumbersome than many decent bluetooth speakers that are better suited for such use.

    As a “multimedia” system, I think there are too many compromises that will make it less suitable than other choices out there. Those looking for using speakers with a tablet or phone will be looking for something wireless and those looking to put this on the patio would want something self-contained (and most likely also wireless). You could add a $25 bluetooth adaptor, but that’s 30% of the total price of this system, and yet another item that has to be connected to it.

    However, as a computer speaker system, this will do just fine, and the price isn’t bad. Contrary to what the marketers at Logitech would like to think, this system is best used in that capacity. Any other uses should be examined carefully to see if this really is the best choice.

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  3. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great sound and features for the price!, December 14, 2015
    By 
    M. Emerson (Small Town Iowa, United States) –
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    This review is from: Logitech Z333 80 Watts Multimedia Speakers (980-001203) (Personal Computers)
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    My speaker needs are pretty basic when it comes to computer speakers since I use headset for gaming and the speakers are used just for the basics……..computer sounds, internet videos, music. When my Klipsch 2.0 speakers died I didn’t replace them right away but I don’t like using the headset for everything. I have had a few sets of cheap 2.1 speakers (various brands) and they never seemed to sound good enough to justify all the extra wires and space the sub takes. After some time with these though I am glad I tried some 2.1s before getting another 2.0 set.

    Overall these just make a deeper more rich sound than I got with the 2.0 speakers that cost more than these do. I’m not an expert on speaker sound but they pass my ear test just fine. Like I said I just use them for basic things and if I need surround sound or anything like that I go to the gaming headset. For everything I do use them for I have no complaints, they get as loud or louder than I will ever need and the bass is not overpowering or sloppy. I do use the audio and the audio software that came with my ASUS TUF SABERTOOTH Z97 MARK 2 LGA1150 DDR3 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Intel Z97 ATX Motherboard motherboard so I haven’t had to mess with the sound tuning knobs at all to get good results.

    I use the 3.5mm input jack to connect to my computer but there is RCA inputs that make it useful to connect to a tv or ps4-xbox. I don’t need to connect to those but I have a Bluetooth speaker adapter Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter and it plugs into the RCA inputs and lets me play music through my phone or tablet through the speakers. It just adds to their usability and if I ever want to use them as anything but computer speakers it will come in handy.

    Installing them is faster and easier than getting them out of the packaging. Logitech obviously takes protecting their products in the box seriously and each part is packed very securely. After removing it from the box you put everything where you want it, plug the 2 speakers into the sub, plug it into computer, turn it on and your ready to go. The control pod has an on-off switch and a volume control so the basic controls are within reach.There’s also a headphone jack on the pod that I doubt I will ever use but some might find that useful as well.

    I think these are a great set of speakers with some features that make them multi-use. I gave them a 5 star rating based off of performance and features for the price. I know there are sets that are better but for the price they are very good. Ive spent a lot more on 2.0 speakers that had less features to my ears didn’t sound nearly as good.

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