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Thread: Creative 5.1-5100 or Logitech Z-640

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Sep 2002


    Hi I was wondering which 1 would you go for here are the specs!!! The prices are very close !

    Total output power: 51 Watts RMS
    Subwoofer power output: 23.5 Watts RMS
    Satellite speaker power output: 27.5 Watts RMS (5.5 Watts RMS per channel)
    System frequency response: 35Hz - 20kHz
    Signal-to-noise ratio: >75 dB
    Input impedance: > 5,000 ohms
    Shielded satellites for use near video monitors
    System Requirements
    For 5.1 surround sound: any 4 or 6 channel sound card
    For Dolby Digital 5.1 sound: sound card or software DVD player with built-in Dolby Digital decoding
    Video game consoles
    A PlayStation®, PlayStation®2, Xbox™, or Nintendo GameCube™ using stereo RCA (red and white) audio cables

    Creative 5.1-5100
    Subwoofer Power: 12 watt RMS
    Satellite Power: 6 watts RMS per channel (5 Channels)
    Frequency Response: 44Hz to 20 kHz
    S/N Ratio: 75dB
    Dimensions (L x W x H):
    * Satellites - 87mm x 95mm x 95mm
    * Subwoofer - 215mm x 189mm x 189mm
    * Wired Volume Control - 87mm x 48mm x 25mm

    :spam: cheers!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2003


    I got the Logitech ones a few months ago, personally i love them. They sound damn good and i got them for like $70 USD :thumb: Anyway I'd recommend them to anyone as a nice set of inexpensive speakers :cheers:

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Feb 2003


    Between the 2 I would say the 640 also Logitech has a rebate going on, at least in the US, till the end of this month.

    Another question though would be between the 640 and the new Creative Labs Inspire 6600 6.1 Speaker - RETAIl

    They go for $107 USD at Newegg and I think there is a rebate at their homepage.

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