noromance nailed it !
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- 39 posts total
Maybe it does! But that was not my intention here.
The Logitec Z130 sound absolutely fantastic compared to every other computer speaker I’ve used at work.
Like I said, obviously some colorations. But the midrange is clear, vocals sound fairly accurate (You can tell it’s a particular artist singing), they are bass-light, and have some treble that is tuned up a bit.
Are they going to compete with a system like yours? Heck no.
I am not trying to demean audiophiles or their appreciation for top quality sound reproduction. However, I certainly now understand why the overwhelming majority scoffs at audiophiles, doesn’t understand the hobby, and why most average people won’t spend more than a few hundred dollars on an audio system.
Audio documentaries, such as Greek Audiophile highlight these points I’ve made above very well. Their Wives and children are quick to tell them... You’re crazy! Because even they listen to music...enjoy it...and don’t require a high-end audio system for it. They certainly acknowledge it "sounds nice" but cannot pinpoint what is different; aside from "the music sounded so real."
So the average person is thinking:
Lyrics, how the song makes me feel, appreciation for the artist or band, going to a concert just to see them etc.
The audiophile is thinking:
How close am I to the real performance? Do i need to upgrade etc.
And when the average person looks at what an audiophile is doing, they simply don’t want that time investment or added stress....
I am glad to no longer be an audiophile.
I sincerely suggest trying these computer speakers. I’ve tried many over the years. They're perfect for an office environment; and excellent for Microsoft Teams meetings etc. if you're working from home.
You won’t be able to fault them much initially, other than that they sound small, don’t have sound stage, or imaging.
But if you really love the songs you’re listening to...you will definitely tap your feet, sing along etc.
All the best.