Product Comparison: Logitech Z506 vs Logitech Z906
- These seem well made, sturdy, with a decent heft/weight to them.
- he speakers themselves have a good weight to them, have a good feel in terms of material, and seem to be well built.
- They are weighted nicely and don't slip easily when a mouse cable catches it.
- The front/satellite speakers are so light weight they are easily tipped when the speaker wires get moved.
- They're pretty light weight, so they're easy for the cat to knock over.
- In spite of their size, the heavy satellite speakers produce not only very clean high frequency response, but also clear midrange, which speakers this size usually cannot do.
- It fills my medium sized room with good quality music.
- The speakers give out a good sound and the bass....its great for it's size.
- Great sound system its heavy (weight) and does sound very crisp does not distort at max volume quality speakers satellite speakers have good heavy magnets in them good bass tested with heavy rock at max and still sounds great.
- The remote is small but sturdy, it has a nice weight to it so it doesn't seem like a toy.
- Actual dedicated 5.1 channels across 6 speakers
- Pretty good sound, the sub-woofer is more than good enough for home theater system.
- Subwoofer is EXTREMELY powerful (my brother and I watched a movie with a lot of "booms" and it actually displaced the air around it)
- Sound is amazing (if you listen to music or TV with this as audio for 30min and then switch back to standard TV or speakers (laptop, phone, etc) you will immediately notice the difference in audio!
- The bass is a little bit weak to my liking but for a $70 speaker set can't expect it to shake the whole house
- Bought these speakers 2 years ago and after just a few months the 2 background sound ones began to make a static noise. It was so unbearable
- They seem sensitive to the audio input, as they will stay on until I touch the audio select button.
- Fabulous low frequency bass levels that will penetrate through the walls if you want.
- This really helps with the upper frequencies most.
- The response sounds flat across the entire frequency range. Highly recommended.
- And the lack of mid-range frequencies is really a shame.
- Multiple Inputs (Audio from TV, Audio from other source, such as computer or ipod)
- Headphone Jack (for those times that you can't have it up loud)
- Both volume and bass boost control
- We even bought the Bluetooth adapter for them. They work great together.
- The power button is on one of the speakers rather than sub-woofer.
- The main speaker uses non-standard connector so can't connect directly with most other sub-woofers or receivers.
- This is a very nice all-in-one 5.1 surround sound setup. No extra electronics required. Plug in everything to the amp on the sub and off you go!
- This is a must have speaker system for gamer. You can hear all the details in games when is 5.1 mode. Sound quality is very very good overall!!
- Subwoofer is small but has VERY rich powerful bass, does not get distort when pushed to its limits and will shake your house with quality sound if needed.
- The bass is powerful without being overpowering although you can adjust it to be overpowering if you prefer that.
- Being able to switch between inputs is also another very nice upgrade. The remote is also a huge help.
- Input cables going into the back of the sub is NOT a good design idea. Subs put out low frequencies, which means most people know you can hide them anywhere out of the way and you can still hear them.