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The Logitech Z520 speaker system is the flagship product of the company's four most recent PC speakers and the first of which to include "360-degree sound." In noncorporate jargon, that means each speaker has two tweeters mounted on the front and back panels that project sound in all directions. The resulting sound is effective for blasting tunes or watching a movie in a small room, but $130 feels steep for a dual-speaker setup without a subwoofer. We're inclined to recommend the Logitech Z520s if you can get them at a discounted price, but we prefer the $99 Logitech Z523 that includes a 4-inch subwoofer in addition to two satellite speakers for a richer aural experience. The Z520 speakers break away from Logitech's traditional form factor and naturally curve upward toward your ears if put them on a desk at normal height, a small but incredibly useful upgrade. In terms of dimensions, the speakers measure 9.1 inches tall, 4.8 inches wide, and 6.5 inches deep and take up very little room with no subwoofer to get in the way.
A step up from the little Logitech Z320 is the Z520 – also a 2.0 set, with the same overall aesthetics. Let’s hope it can do better than the Z320’s mediocre results. As we said in the introduction, the Z520 uses the new Logitech visual design in general, but with one significant difference – the grilles cover not only the speakers, but the entire front of the speaker enclosure. The front has a piano-black lacquer look and the shine is visible through the grille. It’s a fairly unusual effect that not everyone will appreciate. In the connectivity department, the Z520 is a little better equipped than the Z320 since there’s an auxiliary input in addition to the headphone jack. The main audio cable is still soldered on, however, and there’s no digital input. Since the concept is the same as for the Z32*/Z52* series, it was no surprise to find a tweeter set into the rear shell, directly behind the front one. The construction is a little different – the Z520 has a woofer added and the bass-reflex port has disappeared. The sound is better than the Z320’s – or not as bad, depending on your point of view. There’s a clear improvement in the midrange, and the highs are smoother.
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