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Logitech Z-5450 Wireless Speakers - Specifications

We take a very thorough look at Logitech's Z-5450 wireless speaker kit and see if they are worth the high asking price.

| Speakers in Audio, Sound & Speakers | Posted: Jun 23, 2007 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%Manufacturer: Logitech

Specifications

 

Hardware:

 

Total Continuous power: 315 watts RMS

 

Sub-woofer: 116 watts RMS (into 8 ohms, @ 100Hz, @ 10% THD)

 

Satellites:

 

Left/Right: 38 watts RMS x 2 (into 8 ohms, @ 1khz, @ 10% THD)

 

Center: 42 watts RMS (into 8 ohms, @ 1kHz, @ 10% THD)

 

Rear Left & Right: 40.5 watts RMS x 2 (into 8 ohms, @ 1kHz, @ 10% THD)

 

Total Peak power: 630 watts Maximum SPL: 103 dB Frequency response: 35 Hz - 20 kHz Input impedance: 9,500 ohms Amplifier: Ultra-linear high-capacity analog Drivers:

 

Satellites: 2 1/2" aluminum phase plug driver

 

Band-pass subwoofer: 6 1/2" high-excursion driver

 

At a glance the specifications are in the ball park of where we would suspect them to be at this price point, with the subwoofer receiving a healthy 116-watts RMS and the sats all receiving different amounts of power ranging from 38 to 42-watts.

 

Total peak power is rated at 630-watts but the RMS figure is the one to watch for, peak power or "peak music power" is just for show.

 

Logitech being the heavyweight that they are have said "I'll show you!" and put the RMS and PMP figures directly next to each other on the front of the box. Top marks for detail like that!

 

Frequency response is about on par with what would be expected from a system not using a subwoofer driver of any considerable stance yet is still very respectable and well capable of providing an immersive experience.

 

Decoder; Inputs and Outputs:

 

Surround sound effects:

 

Hardware decoding for Dolby Digital, DTS and DTS 96/24 soundtracks

 

Dolby Pro Logic II (Movie and Music modes)

 

6-channel direct

 

Stereo

 

Supported digital formats:

 

Dolby Digital

 

DTS and DTS 96/24

 

PCM (uncompressed stereo): 44.1 kHz/16 bit through 96 kHz/24 bit

 

Source Inputs:

 

(2) Digital optical for DVD or CD players, PlayStation2, Xbox™*, or PC sound cards (requires optical cable, sold separately)

 

(1) Digital coaxial for DVD or CD players or PC sound cards (requires coaxial cable, sold separately)

 

(1) 6-channel direct (3 stereo-mini connectors) for 2, 4 or 6-channel PC sound cards OR

 

(3) stereo-mini connectors for 3 stereo analog audio sources, such as CD and DVD players, PlayStation2, Xbox™*, or 2 channel PC sound cards (some devices may require stereo mini to dual RCA adapter, sold separately)

 

(1) Analog stereo-mini (on side panel of control center) for portable CD, MP3, or MiniDisc players

 

Alright then, let's move onto installation.

 

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