Logitech also sells us a lot of time as a computer speaker manufacturer (along with other peripherals). Its common system, X-530 has long been the most cost-effective 5.1 system, and now Logitech announces the X-540 system, which is supposed to be an improvement over the current model.
The X-540 will have a design similar to that of the previous model, but will incorporate more metal across the grille of the speakers. The innovation of the X-540 will be the integration of the Matrix Sorround system which also simulates surround sound from stereo sources. Until today we hung on the sound card in the computer to perform this function, and with the X-540 this can also be applied with non-surround sources.
The Matrix Sorround splits the sound into five channels, making it possible for all five speakers to listen to sources like musicians Mobile And broadcast TV. In the X-540, the Matrix button is located on the control system itself, next to the power and volume switches.
Similar to the X-530, this model will also include 2 drivers in each speaker, And a center speaker separate from the rest of the speakers for design reasons. Among the changes included in the set, the possibility of positioning the main speaker on a thin screen with the help of a customized clip that comes with it, Matrix Sorround technology, a subwoofer (such a position increases the volume of the bass, but limits the performance depending on the surface on which it is placed), True (to get accurate and balanced bass). These are definitely a number of active changes across the system speakers Sustainability that relied on passive performance for better sound (like box design and adjusting the placement of elements on speakers). The real question is how will these speakers function compared to the X-530 and similar 5.1 systems.
The system supplier is about 71W total, it will be available in Israel during the month of December and will be sold in 749.