Logitech Announces Z606 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers With Bluetooth Connectivity

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Logitech today added a new 5.1 surround sound speaker system to its audio range featuring wireless multi-source connectivity.


Called the Logitech Z606, the six-speaker system offers 160 watts of peak power and includes 3.5mm audio jack and RCA cable connections along with a built-in Bluetooth 4.2 module for quickly connecting to TVs, smartphones, tablets, consoles and computers.

The system comes with a 5.25-inch 25 watt subwoofer and five 10-watt (50-watt in total) satellite speakers, including extra long 20-foot rear satellite speaker cables for best placement to get the optimal surround sound experience.

The Bluetooth connection works up to 33 feet away, while the included compact remote lets you play, pause and skip songs, control volume, select inputs, and switch between 2.1 and 5.1 sound interchangeably.

The Logitech Z606 5.1 Surround Sound costs $129.99 and is available to order from today from the Logitech website.

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18 months ago
No hdmi? Pass.
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18 months ago
Are the speakers wireless or just the connectivity to the system. Wireless satellites vs a wireless transmit is a huge difference. Given the price point, I will guess it’s the latter.
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18 months ago

The system comes with a 5.25-inch 25 watt subwoofer and five 50-watt (in total) satellite speakers, including extra long 20-foot rear satellite speaker cables for best placement to get the optimal surround sound experience.

I think it’s more correctly written “five 10-Watt (50 Watts total) satellite speakers”. Also, I wouldn’t call 20 ft. speaker cables “extra long” but that’s just my opinion.
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18 months ago

I have purchased Logitech products several times and had them gifted numerous times. One hundred percent of the time they have been crap. For example, solar keyboards that stop charging after 1 year which really did not matter since the keys kept falling off. iPad keyboards that destroyed my i[ad screen. Speakers that seem to have loose parts inside, and computer mice that are better described as rat crap. finally, Customer service that seems to have been trained by Darth Vader. Sorry, I’ll pass on this one.

Funny, I only just replaced my Logitech G13 and G600 after nearly 10 years. I've had them since their respective preorders, and while they still worked, I was beginning to think they were worn out. At home I'm currently using the aforementioned replacement G13 and G600, a G502 Hero, G19 Orion Spark, and G560 Speakers.

Meanwhile, every single Razer mouse I've owned has had it's laser die just outside of the 90 day warranty. Those were the Mamba, Naga, and Naga Elite. So I think your 'rat crap' comment is entirely off-base. Hell, I still have my G5 mouse, 'Rusty,' and all it needs is new mouse feet. That mouse is 14 years old now.

Posted via my Logitech Craft keyboard and MX Master 2S mouse.
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18 months ago

5.1 160w system in 2019? My soundbar has more than the total system... what the hell is this?

2019 speakers should have at least one of the followings:
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* Wireless speakers
* AirPlay 2
* Voice assistance (e.g., Amazon Alexa, Apple Siri, Google Home)
* Soundbar
* Dolby Atmos and/or DTS:X
* HDMI with ARC (ideally eARC)

Z606 has none of these. At $129, at least it's comparatively cheap.
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18 months ago
Just imagine the latency from Bluetooth while trying to watch something.
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