In recent years we have seen an increase in the interest of computer audio systems as many companies decide to join the field. While new companies are trying their luck in the audio market, existing companies are constantly working to improve and release new models of existing products. Altec Lansing and Logitech are two examples of such companies, the former being more well-known in the field and the second known to those who are enthusiastic about it and taking a larger market share. We received a set from each company speakers
In 2.1 format from the high to medium market for review. Here are the contenders:
On the right you can see the MX6021, the model that took the place of the 5021 MX at the end of 2009 and was published as a set which places great emphasis on audio quality. Priced with a price tag of NIS 1200, and on the left the Z623, the model that took the place of the Z2300 in 2010 and with a price tag of NIS 1000. While the traditional 2.1 system design has been retained for many years, each company offers its own innovations and promises of quality and power. In this review, we will examine whether the products actually meet the promises, compare the sets to themselves and previous sets of companies made, and of course we will not forget about the cost-benefit ratio.