For gamers, music fans and film lovers, a quality set of speakers is going to change the experience. Thanks to modern technology, today’s 2:1 speaker sets provide a full range of sounds. If you look at a brand like Logitech, you get all of this for a great price.
We are going to look at the Logitech Z623 vs Z625. We will compare their design, sound quality and compatibility. After we have looked at the specifics of the 2:1 speaker sets, we will recap with a comparison chart and some pros and cons to help with the final decision.
Let’s begin with the many similarities between the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625.
Speakers that are THX certified have been put through strict industry tests so that audio engineers have the precise sound when recording or mixing, making them ideal for professionals and sound enthusiasts. The Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 are both THX certified.
The subwoofer of the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 has a peak power rating of 260W and an RMS (continuous power) of 130W. Each of the satellite speakers has a peak power rating of 70W and RMS of 35W. In total, it’s a 400W peak and 200W RMS.
There is no need to unplug and plugin other devices. The Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 are designed so that you can connect up to 3 audio devices at once.
You will be able to use the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 with computers, music players, TVs, DVD and Blu-ray players. For video consoles, they are compatible with PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Wii.
The Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 have 2 3.5mm jacks, an RCA input and a headphone output to connect all of your devices.
On the right satellite speakers of the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625, there are three controls, power, bass and volume. Bear in mind that as there is no remote control, if you attach them to the TV you will have to stand up to adjust the volume.
You can quickly compare the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625 with the side-by-side chart below.
|Subwoofer Size||11.2 x 12 x 10.5||11.1 x 11.9 x 10.4 inches|
|Satellite Speaker Size||7.7 x 4.6 x 5 inches||4.6 x 7.7 x 5.3 inches (r), 4.6 x 7.7 x 4.9 inches (l)|
|Total Weight||18.5 pounds||18.1 pounds|
|Subwoofer Power||Peak 260W/ RMS 130W||Peak 260W/ RMS 130W|
|Satellite Speakers Power||Peak 70W/ RMS 35W||Peak 70W/ RMS 35W|
|Total Power||Peak 400W/ RMS 200W||Peak 400W/ RMS 200W|
|Frequency Response||35Hz- 20KHz||N/A|
|Device Sharing||Up to 3 audio devices||Up to 3 audio devices|
|Compatibility||Computers, music players, TVs, DVD players, Blu-ray, Play Station 2 and 3 Xbox 360, Wii||Computers, music players, TVs, DVD players, Blu-ray, Play Station 2 and 3 Xbox 360, Wii|
|Connectivity||X2 3.5mm jack, RCA input, headphone output||X2 3.5mm jack, RCA input, headphone output|
|Controls||Power, volume, bass on right control||Power, volume, bass on right control|
|What’s Included||3.5mm audio cable, documentation, 2-year limited warranty||3.5mm audio cable, optical cable, documentation, 1-year limited warranty|
There are just a few differences between the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech Z625. We will look at these now.
Both of the 2:1 speaker sets are black and they are very similar in size.
The subwoofer measures 11.2 x 12 x 10.5 inches. Each of the satellite speakers is 7.7 x 4.6 x 5 inches. Together, they weigh 15.5 pounds.
The subwoofer is literally a fraction smaller at 11.1 x 11.9 x 10.4 inches. The right satellite speaker is 4.6 x 7.7 x 5.3 inches, and the left is 4.6 x 7.7 x 4.9 inches. The combined weight is 18.1 pounds.
The Winner Is- A Tie
You will receive everything you need to get the speakers set up. The documentation will help you get the best positions for the speakers.
The speaker set comes with a 3.5mm audio cable as well as the documentation.
You will receive the same as the Logitech Z623 and an optical cable.
The Winner Is- The Logitech Z625
Value for Money
Being Logitech, you know you are getting a lot for your money.
Depending on the offers you can find, this is the slightly more expensive set. It does however come with a 2-year limited warranty.
You can save yourself maybe $20 to $30. The limited warranty is only 1-year.
The Winner Is- A Tie
Pros and Cons
We have included some pros and cons of the Logitech Z623 and the Logitech 625 to help with the final decision.