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What the community says about Logitech S150
- "I was looking for a secondary pair of speakers to keep on my porch for when I go work or listen to music out there. These fit the bill since they are relatively small and the price was certainly right! Every time I plug the speakers in to my laptop they start working with out a problem. They have a long enough cord that I can be sitting on the sofa and have the speakers behind me on a shelf. "
- "They do the job, if you must have USB speakers. They are sorely lacking in power and have no headphone jack. Pretty sure I saw in the listing somewhere that these had a headphone jack, I can confirm they certainly do not. The volume control is better than prior reviews mentioned, at least on my Mac, you have a full up and down (not high and low), and there is a middle mute button. There is no on or off button, the speakers are either on or not plugged in and a dim orange light is on the front. Unfortunately anyone looking for any volume at all barely above speech level is just not going to be satisfied. They play music and sound and that's about it. Would be fine in a quiet office environment. Reminds me of the old PC speakers that weren't powered by AC at all, it was simply the line level signal powering them so max volume was again, about speech level. By contrast, Logitech speakers of the same size that plug in to a wall AC outlet will be doubly loud. I know, not really the fault of the product as these are only USB powered, but the low volume and odd lack of a headphone jack are reasons for my 3 star "OK" rating."
- "Although these speakers come at a good price, the sound quality isn't superior (speaking as an audiophile). They're very easy to set up and they function reliably, but in the future I would probably spring for something a bit higher in price for a better overall sound. I was also disappointed by the fact that these speakers weren't packaged with an earphone jack, since I'm someone who loves to listen to music but often don't want to disturb the people around me. All in all, I have mixed feelings about these speakers."
- "The Logitech S150 speakers are simple, classic, and inexpensive. They do what they advertise and what you would expect. Don't expect any replication of a symphony hall, but these will be sufficient for a pair of speakers on a super budget. Good quality build, it is Logitech, and plugs right in to play. No fuss and hassle at all. Keep in mind, you're getting a really inexpensive pair of speakers so don't expect any bells or whistles like Bluetooth and wireless connectivity."
- "I wanted some simple sound options for my laptop and other Bluetooth devices that would be easy to set up and didn't require external power in case I wanted to take them with me. These speakers adequately fit the bill for USB Bluetooth enabled speakers. Pretty simple to set up and pair and at a very affordable price I am happy with my purchase. My only complaint is they are slightly bulky and look a little dated like they came out of the mid 90's."
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in What are the best speakers"They aren't exactly topheavy, but their center of gravity is so high that you'll be tipping them over and setting them back up again a lot more than you'd like. What you'll really dislike is the way they interact with your operating system's audio processing. I'm using them with a Macintosh and at least a few times a week I'll have to completely uplug the USB cord and reinsert it because somehow the speakers have seized up all audio on the computer. Reinitializing the speakers seems to fix that every time, but it might happen again at any moment. Flash and Flash-dependent websites like YouTube seem to be the most common triggers. The audio range here is slim. That is, you can go from "loud enough" to "somewhat more than loud enough". They'll do the job unless the job is "play quietly". I really don't know why there are volume controls on the speakers at all. The MUTE button does work as it should, though.""I am a pretty big fan of Logitech devices; I've always used their mice, and the webcam I got a couple of years ago a was a good deal for the tech. But these speakers don't quite cut the mustard. They are however, good if your sound card isn't working. I found the drivers to be fairly unstable, and the speakers just aren't that loud. "