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Old 01-25-2008, 09:48 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Ive had my X-530's for nearly a year and there great, connected to my x-fi soundcard and with a few settings turned on it sounds great, my mp3s are crystal clear, the bass is very deep and it really does make songs sound a million times better when you can hear all the bass notes etc, as said they dont shake the room with bass, but there is ALOT of bass so dont worry about not hearing much bass because you will.
for the money you wont get any better than these.

Also rear speakers are the same size as the two fronts

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but everyone irl says buy bose...

then i was like "wait... i use a headset!"...

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who says buy bose?
i think they're overpriced and logitech is amazing
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Default Re: Logitech X-540 (and X-530)?

The rear speakers for the X-540's have a longer cable than the front... I'd say 18 feet for the rear and 12 feet for the front speakers.

It comes with a controller than can adjust volume on the bass as well as the whole system and it has an audio out port on it for headphones. You can also enable a "matrix" effect that sounds really great for music.
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Old 01-25-2008, 02:43 PM   #15 (permalink)
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was going to buy this one

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but everyone irl says buy bose...

then i was like "wait... i use a headset!"...

No highs, no lows, it most be bose...

Bose is overpriced and the midrange is the only thing they are normally great at. At least thats what I've always heard, and I haven't liked the bose systems that I've heard.

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