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Novas Colunas Logitech 5.1 e 2.1 Wireless !!!

Discussão em 'Digital Life' iniciada por thunder, 12 de Setembro de 2005. (Respostas: 13; Visualizações: 2586)

  1. thunder

    thunder Power Member

    Logitech Delivers 5.1 Surround Sound Without the Cables
    With Dual Wireless Rear Speakers, Logitech Z-5450 Digital System Combines Power and Cordless Freedom; Logitech Z-4 2.1 Speakers Feature New 3-Driver Design
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    FREMONT, Calif. — Sept. 7, 2005 — No more running cables or tripping over speaker wires. Logitech (SWX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI), a leading manufacturer of multimedia PC speakers, today announced the world´s first THX-certified 5.1 speaker system with digital wireless dual rear speakers. The new Logitech® Z-5450 Digital speakers, ideal for use with the living room entertainment center or the office PC, provide flexibility in setting up an instant surround-sound system. Each of the independent rear speakers can be placed anywhere within 8.5 meters (28 feet) of the speaker system control center, requiring only a power outlet; no unsightly speaker wires running around the room, yet no compromise on quality. With THX-certification and 315 watts of power, these speakers help create a theater-quality movie watching experience and provide enough thump to help people feel like they´re inside the game.

    Logitech also extended its award-winning Z-series family of speakers to include the new Logitech® Z-4 speaker system: an affordable and stylish 2.1 system with a new three-driver satellite design that delivers great performance for listening to digital music on a computer or a portable music player.

    “Historically, delivering high-quality sound wirelessly has been a major challenge,” said Ray Weikel, Logitech´s director of product marketing for audio. “The Z-5450 speakers master this challenge, while they alleviate the age-old nuisance of pulling up carpet or crawling through a home´s foundation just to hide speaker wire. These are powerful, high-performance speakers that deliver on the promise of the Z-series family name without compromise, yet add a whole new element of wireless flexibility to multimedia entertainment.”

    The Logitech Z-5450 Digital speakers
    Whether in an office, a home theater or a gaming environment, one of the most frustrating aspects of a 5.1 speaker system installation is running the speaker cables for the rear satellites — not anymore. The Logitech Z-5450 Digital system´s two rear speakers each feature their own built-in wireless receiver and power amplifier. All each rear speaker needs is a power outlet. Other wireless systems on the market use a single wireless receiver for the back of the room with speaker cable running out to each of the two rear speakers — creating more clutter than Logitech´s design. Its breakthrough design allows the Z-5450 Digital speaker system to be installed quickly and easily in virtually any room configuration.

    The Logitech Z-5450 Digital system uses digital 2.4 GHz wireless technology, with adaptive frequency hopping, to minimize any chance of interference. Any potential performance problems due to interference are virtually eliminated due to the fact that the system intelligently sends redundant wireless transmissions to each rear satellite; if one data stream is lost, a second identical stream is captured. And the Logitech dual wireless speaker solution has very low latency, less than 20 milliseconds, which is imperceptible to the human ear.

    For DVD aficionados, music enthusiasts and gamers alike, the THX-approved Logitech Z-5450 Digital speakers deliver highly refined 5.1 digital surround sound in any room. The system includes inputs for up to seven multimedia devices, which makes it versatile for use with a PC or in a living room entertainment center. The system features stylish chrome satellites — with optional cloth grills — that have rotating stands, which make them easy to mount to a wall or to position on a table or desktop. The speakers also come with the Digital SoundTouch™ Control Center, which serves as a wireless control center and digital decoder, and provides people with a convenient backlit LCD, making it easy to configure the system for ideal listening settings. The Logitech Z-5450 Digital speakers decode a broad range of formats, including Dolby® Digital, DTS®, and DTS® 96/24. The system also comes with a convenient wireless remote control.

    The Logitech Z-5450 Digital speakers will be available in the U.S. beginning in September for a suggested retail price of $499.99.


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    The Logitech Z-4 and Z-4i speakers
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    The new 2.1 Logitech® Z-4 speakers offer premium sound and a modern design at an affordable price. Each satellite features a sleek new satellite design with three drivers, providing a rich, full-audio experience. The speakers also include Logitech´s patented pressure driver subwoofer technology, which delivers powerful, distortion-free bass.

    The speakers come in two colors — high-gloss black (the Logitech Z-4 speakers) and white (the Logitech Z-4i speakers) — each contrasted by cast-metal stands. The systems come with a wired remote control that includes a headphone jack, volume and power controls. Both speaker systems also allow MP3 players, CD players or other portable audio devices to be easily connected through an auxiliary port. The Logitech Z-4 and Z-4i speakers will be available in the U.S. and in Europe beginning in October, for a suggested retail price of $99.99 in the U.S.


    sem fios é mt bacano e vai dar alta jeitão
    é claro q de inicio sao mt caras :(

    in -> http://www.logitech.com/index.cfm/news/PT/EN,contentid=10985,crid=34
     
    Última edição: 12 de Setembro de 2005
  2. Mr.Mike

    Mr.Mike I fold therefore I AM

    Ya... Vi hoje esta notícia na Euronews!! Mas tb diziam que cada coluna/receptor andaria à volta de 150€...
     
  3. 212121

    212121 Power Member

    tirando os quinhentos euros...
     
  4. Spectrum

    Spectrum Banido

    o preoc ta em dolares penso eu...pq a sligitech z5500 tb custam 399 no site e em pt comprie por 320€
     
  5. kidloco

    kidloco Power Member

    Agora é só esperar que baixem de preço :)
     
  6. HadHoc

    HadHoc Power Member

    nunca vai ser "totalmente" wireless precisa de uma tomada de luz para ligar cada speaker
     
  7. SoundSurfer

    SoundSurfer Power Member

    Exacto, já tinha visto um sistema Sony tb sem fios, era só ligar os satelites à corrente, o que nao deixa de ser pratico.
     
  8. Feiticeiro

    Feiticeiro Power Member

    Yeah, é apenas menos um fio, de resto é a mesma coisa.
    Quando houver umas colunas totalemente sem fios, com uma espécie de bateria, equaciono a compra de umas colunas "100% sem fios".
     
  9. Helixsk8

    Helixsk8 I quit My Job for Folding

    Não haveria de ser muito difícil de fazer...
    Um porto que servisse simultaneamente para fazer a troca de informação com as colunas e também para as carregar quando não estivessem a ser utilizadas
    Isso sim é que era... O mal era se um gajo tivesse a jogar e começa-se a faltar bateria :P :zzz: :002: :002: :002:
     
  10. Elrond

    Elrond To fold or to FOLD?

    Ou seja, cada speaker tem tb 1 cabo pra ligar a electricidade ne?

    Melhor q nada...ficando na parede oposta as outras 3 da pra esconder os cabos sem prob:D
     
  11. masterd

    masterd Power Member

    Menos um fio??
    Se tens de ligar à corrente qual é a vantagem??
    Tens sempre de ligar um fio, porque nas colunas que não são wireless também não precisas de corrente para nada...lol
    Assim sendo se for wireless tens de ligar um fio de corrente, se não for tens de ligar o fio da colona...vai dar ao mesmo, se bem que eu prefiro o fio da coluna porque assim pelo menos tenho uma boa qualidade :D
     
  12. kidloco

    kidloco Power Member

    Não vai dar ao mesmo como é óbvio.

    É que para ligares o fio de coluna, tens de atravessar a sala, nem que seja das tuas costas, para a tua frente onde está o amplificador.

    Se precisares apenas de ligar as duas colunas de trás à electricidade, concerteza que a parede atrás de ti tem tomadas...é que é normal haver 4 tomadas em 2 paredes de cada divisão. Mesmo que não tenhas tomadas atrás de ti (não seri anormal), as paredes ao lado (uma teria que ter tomadas obrigatoriamente) estariam sempre mais perto que teres de atravessar a sala com o fio de coluna.
     
  13. timber

    timber Zwame Advisor

    Não tem nada a ver
    Um cabo para a tomada tem para aí um metro e as tomadas estão por todo o lado
    Um cabo de sinal para uma coluna traseira tem uns 5 metros, tem de atravessar a sala duma ponta à e ainda contribui para o esparguete à saída do amplificador (mais os outros cabos todos)
    Se fosse 100% wireless é que mandava isso pastar. Só a paciência para andar a fazer de baby sitter para 5 baterias diferente e ainda ter de ver se são bem carregadas e mais não sei o que.
     
  14. Elrond

    Elrond To fold or to FOLD?

    Olha q n...se for msm wireless entao ai sim vai rular...;);)
     

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