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Logitech Speaker System Z906 Specs

Logitech Speaker System Z906 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
DateFeb 2011
Audio output channels5.1 channels
RMS rated power500 W
Recommended usageUniversal
Peak power1000 W
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
Audio RCA inputs1
3.5 mm (1/8-inch) in
Power sourceAC
Technical details
Colour of productBlack
Remotely operated
Remote control typeIR
Power cable length1.80 m
Handheld remote control
Satellite speakers
Number of satellite speakers4
Satellite speakers RMS power268 W
Satellite speakers wall mountable

Logitech Speaker System Z906 Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2017-07-27
Each satellite speaker has sufficient power to fill a room on their own, Master volume control governs the overall loudness, but the console can manage the volume settings of each speaker or region separately from the master volume, The speaker system has...Obviously, the speaker system is expensive. It is in fact, Logitech's highest priced speaker system, Tinkering with individual speaker controls and setting it up the first time can be a pain. Earlier models had a full LCD screen that made it easier to rea...
Volume isn't the only reason to purchase the Logitech Z906 speaker system. If you want a true surround sound experience and have a capable sound card to pair it with, this is the speaker solution for you. Remember, it costs a lot more than the model it re...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-09
Crisp sound, punchy bass in satellite speakers, subwoofer is powerful, easy setup and usage,Very bland design, all audio source connections are in the subwoofer, doesn't feel technologically advanced as there's no LCD monitor.
The Logitech Z906 Surround Sound speakers come from a long line of successful speakers released by Logitech over the past decade. The Z906 have some significantly large boots to fill, since the Z5500 were a spectacular set of PC speakers released 6 yea...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-27
Delivers some good meaty sound at its price level,A little distortion crept in on the music front at times; no HDMI input.
Review date: 27 January, 2012. Review by: Darren Allan Logitech’s Z906 is a 5.1 surround package that’s designed to be hooked up to either your PC or your TV, as a home cinema system. It boasts three digital inputs, two optical and one coaxial, along ...
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Reviewed on 2011-08-29
Logitech is better known for PC speakers than home cinema systems, but it made one set that suited the living room just as well as the study. The excellent Logitech Z-5500 handled movies, games and music, had plenty of inputs and sounded fantastic. It ...
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Reviewed on 2011-07-20
Sturdy Build, Design, 500RMS, THX Certified, Dolby Digital/DTS Amplifier, Six Audio Inputs, Audio Reproduction (Detail), Remote Control Durability (Compared To The Z5500)Bass (Compared To The Z5500), Visual Quality Of Materials (Compared To The Z5500), Not Compatible With Digital TrueHD/DTSHD, No HDMI Connectors
I always thought (still do) that being a hardcore gamer ment having a very good, if not the best graphics card around, a large TFT screen, a very good soundcard and a very good set of speakers. With this in mind i got my first 5.1 surround syst...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-28
Ready to blow down your neighbor’s house while turning your own into a true surround-sound audio experience? Enter the Logitech Z906, a 5.1 speaker system consisting of a giant square subwoofer, five satellites, a control center with digital readout ...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-22
Hard hitting bass, Gets loud without getting distored, Tons of connections, Uses standard speaker wire, Built-in Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS decodingNo HDMI pass-through, Where's the love for Dolby TrueHD and/or DTS-HD Master Audio?, Struggles with highs when listening to music
It doesn't matter how hard your earphones pound your eardrums with cranium shaking noise, you can't truly call yourself a power user unless you're ticking off the neighbors and scaring the hell out of the dog with a surround sound setup that rattles th...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-14
Powerful sound; Excellent build quality; Clever, convenient control consoleNo HD audio decoding or HDMI inputs; Design might not suit living room; Dedicated home cinema speakers dish out more detail
Key FeaturesDolby Digital & DTS decoding500W output3 x digital audio inputsSupplied desktop control consoleStereo 3D, 4.1 & 2.1 modesDesign and connectionsAlthough this 5.1-channel home cinema package is primarily intended for use with a PC, it's equal...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-13
Surround sound, a beefy subwoofer, and plenty of inputs.Satellites have oneway drivers; no HDMI passthrough; can’t decode Dolby TrueHD or DTSHD Master Audio.
Logitech’s Z-5500 5.1-channel speaker system was legendary for its beefy amp and beastly subwoofer, its plethora of optical and digital input options, and its ability to decode popular surround-sound codecs. The 5.1-channel Z906 speaker system taking ...
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Reviewed on 2011-06-01
Thinking of upgrading your PC’s speakers or just want a low cost surround sound set up for use with a TV and games console? Then Logitech might have what you’re after with the Z906, the follow up to the company’s popular Z-5500 system. Making connectio...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-23
Powerful sound, Excellent build quality, Clever, convenient control consoleNo HD audio decoding or HDMI inputs, Design might not suit living room, Dedicated home cinema speakers dish out more detail
Although this 5.1-channel home cinema package is primarily intended for use with a PC, it's equally at home in an AV environment thanks to its generous range of connections and features – particularly its THX certification, which means it satisfies George...
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Reviewed on 2011-05-19
Punchy sound, Lots of inputs, Superb build quality, THX certifiedMisses the finest sonic details No HD audio decoding
Watching movies through your PC or laptop shouldn’t mean you have to compromise on sound quality. Logitech’s 5.1-channel system aims to deliver the sort of home cinema thrills you’d expect from a full-on home cinema system, and gets off to a good st...
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Reviewed on 2011-04-10
High quality sound for the price, Subtler, more home theaterready design, Multiple stereo modes; good 4.1 mode, Five inputs with simple setup, 5.1 Dolby and DTS decoding in the console,Not a real revolution, Cable bundle still assumes PC users, Bright control console lights, Bass can slightly overwhelm treble, Simulated 3D a hitormiss prospect.
The Logitech Z-5500 achieved an almost cult-like status among a certain slice of the computer and gaming markets, and for good reason: along with a fierce level of power, they were one of the few surround sound setups equally suited to both a gaming PC...
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