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Product: Logitech Z-10 Interactive Speaker System
Date: March 7, 2007
Author: Bob Buskirk
Edited By: Ashley Donaldson
Provided By: Logitech
Pages: 1 2 3 4
Discussion: Discuss in Forums


Introduction

When looking for a desktop speaker system there are a ton of choices, you can go the cheap route or the expensive route it all depends on what you want. Today we will be looking at the Z-10 interactive 2.0 speaker system from Logitech. It has a ton of cool features that many desktop speaker systems just do not offer. These speakers might be a bit expensive at over $100, let's see if they are worth the price tag.

Features

Unprecedented Control
Studio-Quality Audio
Simple Setup
Convenient Setup
Graphic LCD
2-year limited warranty

Technical Specs

Total RMS Power: 30 watts
Total Peak Power: 60 watts
Satellites: 3" high-excursion driver with 1" dome
Cables Included:
6ft speaker cable
6ft USB cable
6ft AC power cable
6ft 3.5mm stereo auxiliary cable
Speaker Dimensions: 9.7" x 4.5" x 4.7" (HxWxD)
Graphic LCD: 160 X 43 pixels

Packaging

The Z-10's come in Logitech's always very attractive and colorful retail packaging. The front of the packaging has a big picture of the speakers showing off the LCD. On the back there is a description of all of the features of the Z-10's.


The retail box actually opens up and you can see everything nicely packaged inside. Getting it all out of the box there are the 2 speakers, USB cable, audio cable, cleaning cloth, user's guide, and the drive and software CD.


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