Logitech Z-5500 Specifications

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Switzerland-based peripheral manufacturer Logitech International S.A. released the Logitech Z-5500 in 2004 as a 5.1-channel speaker system that can be used with electronic products such as personal computers, televisions, and CD, DVD and portable digital multimedia players. At its release, Logitech gave the Z-5500 a manufacturer's suggested retail price of £259.90. In March 2011, Logitech released the Logitech Surround Sound Speakers Z906, effectively ending production of the Z-5500. However, customers can still purchase the Z-5500 at certain retail outlets.

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General Description

The Logitech Z-5500 is a five-piece speaker system. It consists of four satellite speakers, one central channel speaker and one subwoofer. It also comes with a Digital SoundTouch Control Center and a wireless remote control. A THX-certified system, the Logitech Z-5500 has a frequency response range of 33 hertz to 20k kilohertz, maximum sound pressure level of 115 decibels (dB), signal-to-noise ratio of 100 decibels and an input impedance of 8 ohms. The Z-5500 has four built-in decoders: Dolby Digital, DTS, DTS 96/24 and PCM 96/24.

Satellite Speakers

Each of the Logitech Z-5500's four satellite speakers provide 62 watts (W) of power to combine for audio power of 317W. Thus, they provide most of the speaker system's 505W power rating. The normal sensitivity rating is 93.5dB, and its driver diameter measures 3 inches (7.62 centimetres).

Center Speaker and Subwoofer

The centre channel speaker of the Logitech Z-5500 has the same driver diameter size and normal sensitivity rating as the satellite speakers. However, it provides 69W of power, which slightly surpasses each individual satellite speaker. The subwoofer of the Z-5500 has a power output of 188W, a driver diameter of 10 inches (25.4cm) and normal sensitivity rating of 100dB.

Connectors and Power

The Logitech Z-5500 offers two Sony Philips Digital Interfaces: one using an RCA connector, and the other using a TOSLINK optical fibre connection. Also included are four 3.5-millimetre stereo audio jacks. Its electrical power comes from an AC power source that uses 110 volts in alternating current.

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