Logitech G560 PC Gaming Speaker System with 7.1 DTS:X Ultra Surround Sound, Game based LIGHTSYNC RGB, Two Speakers and Subwoofer, Immersive Gaming Experience - Black
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If you only want it to be enabled in certain situations (like when a supported game is opened), you can do that too. We’ve spent some time playing games, listening to music and watching movies using Logitech G560 gaming speakers, and here’s what we think.
There’s also an infrequent issue with static interference caused by the Bluetooth, where turning on the speakers will introduce an audible buzz. You get the same rainbow color cycle that also acts as an audio visualizer that flashes and brightens to the beat of music being played.
Both Drake’s “God’s Plan” and Busta Rhymes’ “Girlfriend” had a distinctive “scooped” sound signature, with the bass overpowering the vocals. The two satellites are impressively small at 148 x 166 x 118mm, especially when you consider the inclusion of lighting and the high volume produced (a whopping 240-watt peak output).
However, the lighting effects present on Logitech’s speaker is far more advanced than that on offer by Razer, and they’re much louder too. Cranking these speakers up to maximum insanity can literally shake the house, so if you end up grabbing a set, use them with care and a healthy bit of restraint. Our resident Apple expert, Lewis covers everything from iPhone to AirPods, plus a range of smartphones, tablets, laptops and gaming hardware.
Chọn bất kỳ khu vực nào trên màn hình của bạn và gán cho bất kỳ vùng nào trong 4 khu vực chiếu sáng thông qua Phần Logitech G HUB. Seriously; when we listen to music and play games using the G560s, our Windows Volume never goes above 18 (out of 100!
I will admit that because of the odd shape of the satellite speakers, these buttons and input are not exactly convenient to access. These speakers may have plenty of fancy gaming tricks up their sleeve, but of most importance will always be the raw audio quality.In short, if you’ve got the budget and need a set of RGB speakers in your life, the G560 is the best around. In fact, I don’t think the G560 even came with a proper printed instruction manual, and luckily, I didn’t end up needing one. Logitech’s G560 speakers are intended to light up your desk and illuminate the back of your monitor – but do they outshine their rivals, such as the Creative Sound BlasterX Kratos S5, and the Razer Nommo Chroma?