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For Sale:
Logitech Z-680 5.1 Powered Speaker System

Will Ship To: Continental U.S.A., Canada

I am the original owner. Will ship double boxed in the original boxes with styrofoam packing materials. The system is in very good to excellent condition (no dents or scratches) and is impressive sounding for movies, games and general music listening. The original owner's setup & installation booklet and cables are included in carton. I have had little use for it since I've gone back to traditional 2 channel stereo speakers and headphones.


The outer shipping carton shows a gross weight of 24 KGS which I believe translates to 53 lbs. Shipping must be insured, with tracking, at buyers expense. This is a final sale, AS IS. See photos for condition. Everything is boxed and ready for shipment.

Product Description

The Logitech Z-680 gives you THX-certified theater-quality digital sound. Both optical and coaxial inputs provide for simple connection to nearly any audio appliance, and with the digital SoundTouch control center and the wireless remote, you can sit back, stretch out, and let loose.

The bass pumps through the Z-680’s 188-watt subwoofer. Four 62-watt satellites and a 69-watt center channel provide crystal-clear midrange and highs.

The Z-680 includes built-in Dolby Digital and DTS hardware decoding. Connect the Z-680 directly to a PC sound card, Xbox, PlayStation2, DVD player, satellite receiver, or other Dolby-ready source and get true surround sound. You can also get 5.1 surround sound from a stereo input through the advanced Dolby Pro Logic II system. You can also connect up to four audio sources simultaneously, while accessing each one at the touch of a button.


Product Description

The Z-680 comes equipped with Dolby Digital and DTS hardware decoding for true 5.1 digital sound.  These speakers make it possible to bring THX-certified home theater surround sound to multiple platforms, by enabling simultaneous use with PCs, video game consoles, DVD players and portable audio players.

Edited by Rizlaw - 12/9/12 at 4:25pm