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Promoted 08-03-2016 by brisar at 07:18 AM View Original Post
Best Buy.com has Logitech Z623 2.1-Channel 200-Watt Speaker System on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free. Thanks munchy_cool

Amazon.com also has Logitech Z623 2.1-Channel 200-Watt Speaker System on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free.

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Edited August 6, 2016 at 12:44 AM by thestreetlight
Amazon and Best Buy have Logitech Z623 2.1 Speakers for $99.99 + taxes.

These are 200W RMS THX Certified Speakers.

Amazon has a deal wherein if you reload your gift card balance with $100, you get $105. I used that and after taxes I paid only $102 for these speakers.

Amazon Link - https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Z...003VAHYTG/

Best Buy - http://www.bestbuy.com/site/logit...Id=1231979

Best Buy on eBay - http://www.ebay.com/itm/Logitech-...3641.l6368 OOS
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Got these speakers last time it hit this price, I believe - really enjoy the sound from a small footprint.
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thanks op
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Just voted
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I've had these speakers forever, probably 3+ years. Really enjoy them.
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depends on what you are looking for.

Mackies would be portable and easy to carry, have BT inbuilt. They do have subs but then again they are only 50w.

the z623 are the successors of z2300. Z623 are 200W rms with the sub alone being 130w rms, enough bass to rock a room. A dedicated sub is better if you have the space and you dont mind the wires. Also, these do not have inbuilt BT.
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I have the Klipsch Pro Media 2.1 and love the clarity and bass they produce. How do these compare?
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wtf is up with the prime only?

is Amazon trying to give Bestbuy sales?
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I have the Klipsch Pro Media 2.1 and love the clarity and bass they produce. How do these compare?
In short I'd say slightly less clarity that the Klipsch 2.1s but a more powerful sub
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wtf is up with the prime only?

is Amazon trying to give Bestbuy sales?
Yes.

In fact, I would recommend everyone to purchase from Best Buy instead.

Same price ($99.99) and free returns if you don't like the sound. Amazon you need to pay return shipping and restocking fee if buyer dissatisfaction.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/logit...Id=1231979

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Quote from peter0328 View Post :
Yes.

In fact, I would recommend everyone to purchase from Best Buy instead.

Same price ($99.99) and free returns if you don't like the sound. Amazon you need to pay return shipping and restocking fee if buyer dissatisfaction.

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/logit...Id=1231979

Don't forget to create My Best Buy account for free rewards and shipping.
Amazon does not charge a restocking fee. they only charge return shipping.
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Better is crazy subjective. I own the Z506 (not really in the same league as these) and I wouldn't recommend them to anyone looking for accurate frequency response. I've only listened to these in the store, but I'm not impressed at all. Far too bass heavy. Perhaps that's because I listen to classic rock and alternative, but I don't like it. If you are looking for overwhelming bass, the Z623 is a better fit for you. If you want quality sound and value accurate reproduction, then the Mackie's will proabably be better for you. Not sure how accurate the Mackie's truly are, but they are a two way speaker, which even if crossed over poorly, should still give you more accurate sound than a full range driver.

Rant incoming: As a side note, I don't understand Logitech's aversion to making some damn speakers with tweeters. With as prominent as they are in the computer speaker business, they should aim to make a decent sounding set of speakers. By no means do I expect them to make studio monitors, but the inclusion of a tweeter and a cheap crossover would go a long way towards making their speakers sound better. It's also possible that I'm asking too much for a small set of computer speakers. I digress.

For anyone else considering these, you could potentially look into getting a small T-amp and a set of bookshelf speakers. They won't have the bass response, but you'll probably have better overall sound.
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Better is crazy subjective. I own the Z506 (not really in the same league as these) and I wouldn't recommend them to anyone looking for accurate frequency response. I've only listened to these in the store, but I'm not impressed at all. Far too bass heavy. Perhaps that's because I listen to classic rock and alternative, but I don't like it. If you are looking for overwhelming bass, the Z623 is a better fit for you. If you want quality sound and value accurate reproduction, then the Mackie's will proabably be better for you. Not sure how accurate the Mackie's truly are, but they are a two way speaker, which even if crossed over poorly, should still give you more accurate sound than a full range driver.

Rant incoming: As a side note, I don't understand Logitech's aversion to making some damn speakers with tweeters. With as prominent as they are in the computer speaker business, they should aim to make a decent sounding set of speakers. By no means do I expect them to make studio monitors, but the inclusion of a tweeter and a cheap crossover would go a long way towards making their speakers sound better. It's also possible that I'm asking too much for a small set of computer speakers. I digress.

For anyone else considering these, you could potentially look into getting a small T-amp and a set of bookshelf speakers. They won't have the bass response, but you'll probably have better overall sound.
There is a control right on the speaker for the sub level. It's a simple matter to tone it down.
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