Logitech Z150 Review

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  • Brand: Logitech
  • Model: Z150
  • Price: 17.99 (at time of review)

Whilst peripheral reviews tend to focus on what’s the beast for your money or on the sheer high-end products, what i have today is a set of desktop speakers from Logitech that are decidedly on the lower end of the price, size and functionality level. The Logitech Z150 is Logitech’s entry level stereo speaker solution, although naturally, comes with the highly-regarded Logitech stamp of approval where build quality and reliability are concerned.

A little bit about Logitech:
Focused on innovation and quality, Logitech designs personal peripherals to help people enjoy a better experience with the digital world. We started in 1981 with mice, which (new at the time) provided a more intuitive way of interacting with a personal computer. We became the worldwide leader in computer mice, and have reinvented the mouse in dozens of ways to match the evolving needs of PC and laptop users.

With products sold in almost every country in the world, Logitech’s leadership in innovation now encompasses a wide variety of personal peripherals (both cordless and corded), with special emphasis on products for PC navigation, gaming, Internet communications, digital music and home-entertainment control.

Specs

  • Speaker Type 2.0 speakers
  • Connection Type 3.5mm
  • Audio Output Headphone
  • Power Rating (RMS) 3 Watts
  • Driver Size 2 inches
  • Sound Pressure Level (SPL Max) >82dB
  • Frequency Response 150 Hz to 20 kHz
  • Input Impedance 2.5 Ohm
  • Audio Controls (Speaker) Volume + Power
  • Cable Length (Speakers) 3.5mm aux: 6 feet or 1.8 meters
  • Speaker-to-speaker: 4 feet or 1.2 meters
  • Power Adapter Yes (100-240V, 5V/0.8A)
  • Cable Length (Power/Charging) 6 feet or 1.8 meters
  • Warranty: 2 years.

As you can see form the specifications the Z150 fits snug into its £18 RRP offering an entry level desktop audio solution without breaking the bank. The Z150 comes with a two year warranty too as well as a separate audio jack for headphones – surprising for less than twenty notes. Keeping the price in mind, the actual product is well presented as we’ll see on the next page…

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  • Young

    I was thinking of buying it, but no now because read that the volume knob is disabled during headphones mode. even the cheapest of speakers don’t disable that. if it is to save costs, think it is a bad decision by Logitech. or it is just a bad engineering design ? that is an important piece of information. thanks article writer.