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Logitech - Z625 200 W 2.1ch Speakers

( 5.0 Average / 2 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Logitech

Model

Z625

Part #

980-001258

Configuration

2.1ch

Total Power

200 W

Power (Front, Each)

35 W

Power (Subwoofer)

130 W

Features

THX Certified audio
Designed to deliver the most accurate experience straight out-of-the-box. These THX Certified speakers are tuned to exact specifications to truthfully deliver the artist’s vision right into your living room.
400 Watts of powerful sound
400Watts of Peak / 200Watts RMS power delivers amped audio. This 2.1 system immerses you in crisp sound and thundering base whether you’re listening to music, watching an action-packed movie or playing your favorite video game. Enjoy powerful sound that you can hear and feel.
Versatile setup
Supports multiple inputs simultaneously including optical, 3.5 mm and RCA inputs. Connect up to three compatible devices such as your game console, television and computer. No need to disconnect when switching between audio sources.
All controls at your fingertips
Easily access power, volume, bass, headphone jack and auxiliary jack on the right satellite speaker.

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Prices

Merchant Base Promo Shipping Tax Availability Total
Amazon $142.36 Free two-day shipping with Amazon Prime In stock $142.36
( 49 new from $138.45. Last updated 3 hours ago. )
Newegg $148.00 +FREE s/h In stock $148.00
B&H $149.99 +FREE s/h In stock $149.99
Dell $169.99 $169.99+
Dell Small Business $169.99 $169.99+
* Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon.com at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

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Reviews

nhaskell 31 points 17 months ago

Great speakers. These things are LOUD and almost no distortion. I'm no audiophile, but the sound is incredibly immersive. I paid extra for the digital optical version. Not sure how necessary that was.