TVs and video consoles have advanced massively in terms of picture control, but it feels like there are some limitations in what manufacturers can do to achieve the best . For maximum cost-effective results, has produced a series of systems.
The Z623 and the Z625 are systems with a and 2 satellite speakers. We are going to discuss the specifications of the two systems, comparing their performance, appearance, and value for money. We will consider some pros and cons of each before deciding which is the better system.
There are very few differences between the Logitech Z623 vs Z625, so we will begin by looking at the features they have in common.
The following comparison chart will help to see the specifics of the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 alongside each other.
The Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 have a peak wattage of 400W, so that’s a maximum of 400w at any one given time before you risk damage. The RMS (root square mean) indicates how much power the subwoofer can handle over time. The RMS for the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 is 200W.
The subwoofers have a peak wattage of 260W and a 130W RMS. The satellite speakers peak at 70W with 35W RMS each. These power ratings allow for a crisp clear and a deep thundering base for , listening to music and watching movies.
THX is a globally recognized certification that confirms the uncompromising quality, consistency, and performance of audio systems. THX is only given after extensive testing and to those systems that can recreate the crisp sound of the cinema in your home. Both the. Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 are both THX certified.
You will have a great range of devices to connect the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 to.
They are both compatible with:
- music players
- game consoles like Xbox, PlayStation, and Wii
The Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 have 2 3.5mm inputs, an RCA input and a headphone jack. The Logitech Z625 has an optical input too. You can use up to 3 devices simultaneously with both speaker systems.
On the of the Z623 and the Z625, you will find the controls. There are two dial knobs, one for the volume and the other for the . There is also a power button.
Now we will look at the features that make the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 different.
Looking at the two systems side by side and you wouldn’t see any difference They are both matte black with a combination of sharp lines and smooth curves. The difference comes down to the size and weight.
The subwoofer is 11.2 x 12 x 10.5 inches and weighs 15.4 pounds. The left satellite speaker is 7.7 x 4.6 x 5 inches and weighs 2.1 pounds and while the right speaker is the same size, it weighs a fraction more at 2.2 pounds.
The subwoofer is 11.1 x 11.9 x 10.4 inches and weighs 14.31 pounds. The left satellite speaker is 4.6 x 7.7 x 4.9 inches and weighs 2.9 pounds. The right speaker is 4.6 x 7.7 x 5.3 inches and weighs 2 pounds.
The Winner Is- The Logitech Z625
When it comes to audio systems, it is important that you have the right cables as well as some guidance on how best to use the speakers (where you put the subwoofer will impact the sound).
Along with the subwoofer and satellite speakers, you will receive a 3.5mm audio cable and user documentation.
The box has the same as what you will receive with the Logitech Z623 but with an additional optical cable.
The Winner Is- The Logitech Z625
Value for Money
Average prices for a 2.1 speaker system can start at around $80 and go up to around $300, that begin said there are some with a $1000+ price tag.
It is closer to the lower end of the average price range and it also comes with a 2-year limited hardware warranty.
You might have to pay between $30 and $40 more for this system but it is still great value for money. It’s a shame Logitech only provides a 1-year limited hardware warranty.
The Winner Is- The Logitech Z623
Pros and Cons
Before our final verdict, we have included some pros and cons of the Logitech 2.1 speaker systems.
Last update on 2022-08-12 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API