The Good Logitech's Bluetooth Speakers Z600 stream audio wirelessly and can connect to up to three Bluetooth-enabled devices at once, making switching the sound output between the devices easy. The speakers sound good at more modest volume levels, and they come with a USB dongle for guaranteed compatibility with nearly all recent Windows and Mac computers.
The Bad The Z600s play loud, but they just don't output a lot of bass at higher volumes.
The Bottom Line Logitech's well-designed Z600 wireless Bluetooth speakers deliver true stereo separation and good sound -- so long as you don't crank the volume too much.
Versatile wireless speakers with some punch
Logitech bills its $150 Bluetooth Speakers Z600 as an "elegantly designed pair of wireless stereo speakers that complement the sleek good looks of Mac and Ultrabook computers."
The looser reference to "Mac" seems to indicate that the silvery Z600s also match up well with iMac desktop computers as well as the various flavors of MacBooks. But the general idea behind them is that, as people's tech lives become centered around multiple mobile devices -- whether they be notebook computers or smartphones and tablets -- they're looking for a more versatile pair of "computer" speakers that can interact with all of them.
To that end, Logitech says these are the company's first multimedia speakers with built-in Bluetooth connectivity, and they can be paired with up to three devices at once, making it easy to switch between the devices for audio output (you have to pause the playback on one before switching to another device).
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