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Logitech Z4 2.1 Speakers

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Installation

     First up, setting the Z4 combo up is literally as easy as one, two, three. Plug the two speakers and table-top volume controller into the subwoofer, plug the subwoofer into your sound card, plug the subwoofer into a power source, and you’re off and running – color coded cables make it so simple that even the layman could have the unit out of the box and set up in less than a couple of minutes. Positioning the speakers, subwoofer and the table-top controller in comfortable locations around your desktop is easy, due to more than adequate cord and cable sizes. And if that’s still not enough, the speakers’ stands can be unscrewed and they can be wall-mounted for maximum space-saving!

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     Once you’ve got everything plugged in and situated, all that’s left is to boot up your computer and switch on the Z4 combo. The power switch for the combo is located on the controller making turning the unit on as quick and effortless as possible. No having to reach up and turn a dial on the speakers or anything like that. It should also be noted that the controller also has a convenient, built-in jack for headphones and a microphone, so late-night gaming sessions or other situations where speakers wouldn’t be appropriate are no problem.

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