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    Question Logitech Z-5500 THX® Certified 5.1 505 Watts Speakers - Retail (SP-021-LG)

    Just wondering if these speakers are as good as i think they are?

    It all started whn i got a Goodmans Home Cinema Kit from index at £99.99. i got it home but the magnets in the speakers and subwoofer interferred with my new tv (28" JVC) by blurring the colours etc. so tonite i am bringing the speakers back and will hopefully get my money back. Now the above Logitech speakers are what i want to get now. i will be killing two birds with one stone.

    I will get to replace my old creative 5.1 speakers for my pc with the new ones and will also be able to connect it to my DVD and TV.

    What you guys think. Plus they are magnetically sheilded which the goodmanns ones dont seem to be or i wouldnt be having the blurring problems.

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    I have the previous model the z-680s, and movie viewing is fantastic, full decoding support and all (through toslink), but they are not great for listening to music the bass is far too strong. I have them right near my monitor and there is no noticable magnetic interference like when I put the TV on next to it.

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