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Logitech G560 Lightsync RGB Speakers $194 @ Harvey Norman


Logitech G560 Light Sync RGB speakers are 25% off for $194 at Harvey Norman.

I've been looking at these as a way to get some bias lighting behind my super ultrawide monitor and saw these finally on sale. Reviews are decent for the 2.1 speakers sound quality (a little bass heavy) and the RGB lighting is considered useful rather than pure gimmick. Better yet, reviews indicate it can sync with my G903/G910.

Next cheapest is $232 @ MSY, and most places usually sell for circa $280.


Total watts (peak): 240W
Total watts (RMS): 120W

Bluetooth version 4.1
Reliable 25-meter line of sight range
USB input x 1
Headphone jack x 1
Bluetooth pairing and power buttons are located on the back of the right speaker. G-key and volume controls are located on the top of the right speaker.
Frequency response: 40Hz – 18KHz
Max SPL: [email protected]
Sensitivity: [email protected]/1w
Input impedance: >10K ohm
Connection Type: USB, 3.5mm, Bluetooth
Indicator Lights (LED): back and front lighting zones
Wireless Range: 25 meter line of sight
Driver Size:
satellite: 63.5 mm
subwoofer: 165 mm
Input Impedance: >10K ohms
Sound Pressure Level (SPL Max): [email protected]
Audio Controls: on right satellite speaker
Audio Output: 3.5 mm headphone jack on right satellite
Speaker Type: 2.1
Cable Length (Power/Charging):
Power: 2200mm
Right to subwoofer = 2200mm
Left to subwoofer = 2200mm
USB cable length = 2500mm

Sourced from Logitech: https://www.logitechg.com/en-au/product/g560-rgb-gaming-spea...

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  • RGB speakers now?

  • $197 Delivered from MSY with PLUS15

  • How do these compare with the Logitech Z623?

    • +1

      I recently made the switch. Sound isnt quite as clear, and the bass isnt quite as powerful, but the addition of syncing lights is pretty neat and makes gaming equally as immersive as the slightly better sound from the 623. Hope this helps.

  • Thanks mate grabbed a pair!

    Was looking at getting them but $280 was too hard to swallow. $194 pick up a bit more palatable.

    I have a Z623 myself. Upgrade reasons

    1. RGB
    2. Bluetooth (1 less wire to plug into the PC)
    3. They are shorter than Z623 Speakers. My current monitor height blocks the top half of the z623 speakers.
    • +1

      Ditto. $300 was a bit rich but $194 for a decent 2.1 setup (not THX certified but good enough) seemed like a bargain.

      Note that from reading reviews, you must use USB if you want the lighting effects from PC.

      • Lol i just realized how redundant the bluetooth was after I hooked it up. Needed the USB for the lights so bluetooth is useless for the PC.

        On the bright side It can hook up to an ipad or iphone bluetooth very easily.

  • +1

    PSA: Don't forget to update the speakers with the new firmware released a few days ago v122.1.21. Seems to address the feedback from reviewers on volume curve and default volume. Update from Logitech website.

    * Fixed distortion issues with Bluetooth audio streams
    * Increased output power of headphone out
    * Default playback volume changed to 20%
    * Volume curve is smoother
    * Fixed distortion issues with mixed streams
    * Fixed potential lock up if G-Key was pressed repeatedly
    * Fixed issue where device could still enter standby mode with low signal audio
    * Reduced threshold level for audio lighting

  • +1

    Thanks for this OP. I managed to secure one at Harvey Norman last night online and picked up this morning before the price rise that happened again this morning. Keep your eyes peeled for a sale every now and then. $194 paid this morning. These speakers are simply amazing, when compared to my old 15 year old X-530!

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