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Daily News Round #2 for October 11, 2004

Daily News Round #2 news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages for October 11, 2004

By Steve Dougherty on Oct 11, 2004 08:37 am CDT - 1 min, 18 secs reading time

- Logitech Frequency Directed Dual Drivers (FDD) Technology Explained

As a second segment to CoolTechZone's review of the Logitech X-530 5.1 speakers recently, they've gone into further detail on something which puts a fresh spark into the quality of sound for your PC these days. Frequency Directed Dual Drivers (or FDD for short) is definitely a step in the right direction for Logitech according to the CoolTechZone folks, stating that it takes audio clarity to a higher level in terms of common PC speakers, and without bringing higher cost to the deal.

We have already reported the performance of this technology in Part I of this series of articles on the X-530 speaker units, which we strongly recommend you read in order to get a correct perception of Logitech's innovative idea. Unfortunately, we couldn't publish our report on the FDD technology due to time constraints, which is why we split our analysis of the X-530 speakers into a series of two coherent articles. Join us as we delve into the technical aspects of Logitech's Frequency Directed Dual Drivers Technology in Part II of our X-530 product analysis...

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