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240-Watts Logitech G560 PC Gaming LightSync RGB Speaker System w/ 7.1 DTS:X Ultra Surround Sound $170 + Free Shipping



Newegg [] has 240-Watts Logitech G560 PC Gaming LightSync RGB Speaker System w/ 7.1 DTS:X Ultra Surround Sound on sale for $199.99 - $30 off w/ promo code SSCSA722 = $169.99. Shipping is free.
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Model: G560 LIGHTSYNC 2.1 Bluetooth Gaming Speakers with Game Driven RGB Lighting (3-Piece)

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> bubble2 838 Posts
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05-17-2023 at 08:53 AM.
05-17-2023 at 08:53 AM.
I have this and really like it! Not an audiophile by any means so don't ask me about any of that lol it gets loud and sounds clear to me. Only issue I have come across is sometimes it seems like it changes the audio input and the lights flicker, the volume gets REALLY loud, and then it goes back to normal after about 1 second. Not sure if this is a hardware thing or a windows thing
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> bubble2 277 Posts
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05-21-2023 at 09:49 PM.
05-21-2023 at 09:49 PM.
Had a set of Logitech speakers that lasted since college and they still sounded great. Wanted to "upgrade" to something more premium to take advantage of the newer bells and whistles...and of course the RGB to boost the FPS. They're just ok and that's not a good thing at this price point. I think I bought my previous ones for $60 at Fry's and *maybe* there's a perceivable difference.

The lights are cool...but I pretty much just leave them on red and a breathing gold color for the front. But the lights and the light patterns aren't diverse enough to be a selling point for these speakers. Probably the best feature is that it can handle USB connection and Bluetooth, so I can leave my Fire Tablet wireless on my desk and just play music without turning on my computer or having extra wires.

The negatives...there's a rattling sound from the left speaker that seems to be common. It's more noticeable if you're going from quiet to having a loud sound (like in Windows alerts). The other annoyance is that the lights will go to their default state when you turn the computer off. You have to set the G-button to cycle through the dimmable modes to be able to turn them off without needing to turn off power to the speakers. Would have been nicer if the lights just woke up with the computer like every other RGB peripheral I have (including the Logitech keyboards and mice).

I paid $200 for mine (I think I had a Dell coupon), but I don't like it at even this sale price. Maybe at $100 it would be an ok price point, but I'd say look for something better for this much money.
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Last edited by FS_Slacker May 21, 2023 at 10:01 PM.
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