I originally bought two BOSE companion2 series 3 speakers for my desktop PC...hooked them up and promptly returned them.. These Logitech Z623 speakers blew them away in so many ways for the same price!!!.
I originally bought two BOSE companion III speakers for my desktop PC... hooked them up and promptly returned them..
I still have the more expensive Bose Companion 20. Years ago, I used them for piano amplification with my synths several times in small churches, which went quite well. Similar to the Sounddck portable...
Recently I discovered that my Yamaha PSR-S950 sounds good with a usual computer speaker system (Microlab Solo-1), even at maximum volume, while my Roland Juno DS sounds distorted if I play loud. That made me thinking that Yamaha's sound is already adjusted to sound well on most devices, but for the same reason it doesn't sound full enough. When I play some piano or EP on Juno DS it usually sounds reach enough, but when I play the same on Yamaha I end up adding a layed and a style just to sound more convincing and eventually I get tired from always playing so many parts.
By coincidence, I've been trying to buy Logitech computer speakers for a few months now. Unfortunately, they only have 1 or 2 models in the store and NONE on working display. If you all think the Z623 speakers win the computer speaker wars then I'll just go with this. But...looking at the Logitech web site, wouldn't I be better off with the Z625 (or any other model)?