expired Logitech Z623 Speaker System $97 @ Harvey Norman ($92.15 w/ Officeworks Pricematch)

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Greetings everyone, Harvey Norman have dropped this to beat out the JB deal.

Change the way you enjoy your favourite multimedia with this Z623 Speaker System from Logitech. Its THX Certified sound delivers incredibly detailed sound, with amazing quality highs, mids and bass. It also features plenty of inputs so you can connect all your favourite devices.

Free C&C available or + Delivery (Free with Shipster).

Officeworks have matched the JB deal, however this is 30c cheaper so you can match still to get it for $92.15. Go in store or call 1300 OFFICE to match.

As always, enjoy!

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    My sister bought one of these for this price back in 2014ish. Sounds good but it's almost always this price. Check the ozbargain history. ;)

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      It's not always this price, it hasn't been below $100 since December Nationwide.

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        I got it for $88 back in 2017. But yeah like doweyy mentioned it hasn't been below $100 this year. Cheers

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      Isn't always this price, but wouldn't recommend paying more - there's always a bargain just around the corner.

      People continue to post so everyone knows what and where the latest deal on them is.

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      I paid $170 for this two months ago. Should have waited…

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    Dang it, I pricematched with JB-Hifi this morning and paid 30cents extra.

    On my way to return it and then buy it again after price matching Harvey Norman.

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    Would this speaker be better for a TV than a budget Yamaha soundbar?

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      Tough one to answer.
      Logitech has better bass and you may need an optical to analogue converter.
      The Yamaha has much better mid and arguably easier to use with CEC / ARC ect.

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      Used to use this for TV before but in time got tired getting up everytime to adjust the volume knob. Upgraded to Z906 instead and sold the 623 for $50.

      Sound wise this is good, not the best if you're an audiophile, I guess. If you are more after bass then this is sick as.

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        With the Sony TV we have there is an option in the TV sound settings be able to control the volume of the TV’s 3.5mm output (line level) for whatever you plug into them.

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      I control the volume of these through my TV remote (Sony) so I don't need to get up. They sound great, and have more than enough bass for a cheap 2.1 setup. I'd say yes they will sound better, but they will also take up more room and not look as nice, these tend to draw attention to themselves whereas soundbars sort of camouflage better

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    Maybe just update the other one to include the other stores that are matching the price maybe?

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    Great bedroom speakers for playing metal/rock

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    I've had these speakers since 2013. They've been flogged at uni res, parties and backyard get togethers and now provide sound for my TV in the lounge. For the price they are insanely good.

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    Got mine from Officeworks today. Looks premium and deliver excellent sound for the price. I will warn that this isn't intended for people looking for perfect sound replication or audiophile accuracy, it's more for the casual listener that wants some more fun in their sound to escape their TV/monitor speakers.

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      This term Audiophile is a strange term.
      I’m guessing it was coined by a group of online enthusiasts (reddit) that developed their knowledge from having enough money to spend on all kinds of Audio equipment.
      I am yet to encounter someone in real life that refers to themselves as an ‘audiophile’.
      Normally it’s just a person who likes to tinker with audio by themselves,
      and just genuinely loves music (has a large collection).
      Their setups aren’t perfect (which people online claiming to be audiophiles would criticise) and they are just happy with enjoying their music. That’s what matters most IMO.

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        Edit: the term ‘Audiophile’ is rather a meme which was developed through ‘a quest of perfect measurements’ by an online community having little interest in audio itself.

        Meme definition: an element of a culture or system of behaviour passed from one individual to another by imitation or other non-genetic means.

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      Just to double check mate, what is the P/N on the back of your sub?

      I got mine from Officeworks as well and it seems to be they are selling old models under the guise of new ones.
      It should be 980-000-405 which is the same as Logitech's website but the one I received was 880-000-162.

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        Yeah I just checked mine, it's an 880-000-162 model. Does that really mean much though?

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          I just noticed, the wattage is double on the 880 model, would that cause any difference?

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            @DecoAus: I'm not entirely sure if it's a positive or a negative but have a read of this:
            https://geoffthegreygeek.com/amplifier-power/

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            @DecoAus: It is worth noting, that Logitech speakers do not have to meet the strict marketing requirements for Audio Visual equipment. They are not sold as such so they are not required to submit to a standardised measurement.
            In laymen’s terms they are sold as a ‘PC accessory’ so they can essentially put whatever number they want as claimed ‘watts RMS/Peak power’.
            In my opinion, if someone was to take apart a Logitech amp and were able to perform a measurement of output power, I would say it would measure around 50-70 watts RMS. They get loud because they likely use very efficient drivers and they split the frequency range with the 2.1 setup.

            I would say both model numbers have identical amp power. And Logitech just decided to bump up the claimed amount of ‘watts’ with the newer models.

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    So the JB and HN z623's P/N is 980-000405 which is the same as Logitech's website but the Office works one is 880-000162. Does this mean it's an older model?

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