Logitech X-540 5.1 Speaker SystemMakaveli - May 9, 2007
- Total RMS power: 70watts RMS Satellites: 45 watts RMS (2 x 7.4W front, 15.4W center, 2 x 7.4W rear
- Subwoofer: 25 watts RMS
- Total peak power: 140 watts
- Frequency response: 40Hz - 20kHz
- Satellites: (2) 2" drivers per satellite
- Subwoofer: 5.25" ported driver
- Speaker dimensions (H x W x D):
- Satellites: 8.4" x 3.2" x 5.0"
- Center channel: 7.8" x 4.75" x 3.75"
- Subwoofer: 11.25" x 6.5" x 9.75"
- Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 Processor
- ASUS P5N32-SLi SE Deluxe Motherboard
- OCZ Gold 1GB (2 x 512MB) DDR2 800 Memory
- eVGA 7950GT KO Video Card
- XG Vortec 600watt Power Supply
- Western Digital 250GB IDE Hard Drive
- Western Digital 160GB SATA 3.0GB/s Hard Drive
- Seagate 80GB IDE Hard Drive
- LG DVD-R DL Burner
- Windows XP Media Center 2005
- Audigy 2 Sound Card
- Enermax Uber Chakra ATX Full Tower Case
The only way that I wanted to test this sound system is to attempt to blow a speaker or get it to crackle or sound bad. I played multiple songs at full blast that played a lot of high notes, bass, and many sounds at once. The subwoofer always sounded very clean when it hit no matter what I threw at it. Since I’m in the basement, I played a few songs with a lot of bass while I was upstairs to see if I could hear it. I could hear it clear as day and it was loud! It was seriously deafening to sit in front of this system while it was turned up to the maximum. On my old set of Dell speakers, you could really tell how crappy they were when you turned the music up to their maximum because it was crackly and just didn’t sound right. I’ve never heard such crisp sounding computer speakers in my life, and that’s quite a claim. Even my buddies were awed at how good these sounded and just how loud you could get them.