Logitech MX Sound 2.0 Computer Speakers Review

Setup & Usage
Getting the MX Sound 2.0 system setup is pretty easy. First obviously you need to setup the two speakers and connect them. I decided to use these speakers for my main PC setup and as you can see they look pretty nice sitting on my desk, which is the Autonomous SmartDesk 2.

Logitech MX Sound 2.0 Computer Speakers

Once you have everything connected the system is pretty much always on. For controls you wave your hand in front of the right speaker and you’ll see volume up / down and a Bluetooth symbol light up. These are touch-sensitive controls and are actually pretty cool! Sometimes I just wave my hand in front of the speaker just because. Connecting Bluetooth devices is pretty easy, I had no issues getting my iPhone, an Android phone, and my laptop connected to the speakers.

Logitech MX Sound 2.0 Computer Speakers

The Bluetooth on these speakers is not like others either, you can have two devices connected to the speakers at once. So say you are playing music on one Bluetooth devices, you can just hit pause on it, and then play on your second Bluetooth device and it will just start playing. No disconnecting one device and pairing the other, it just works. This functionality just saves you time and is very convenient.

So lets talk about the sound. First off the angle that these speakers are set in does put you in the “sweet spot” for sure. I even moved my chair up and down and the sound was pretty good at different height levels. If you are coming from a 2.1 system or anything higher the MX Sound 2.0 system is going to take a look bit of time to get used to. The biggest thing is that you do not have that subwoofer so that loud bumping bass is something you are not going to get here. But you do have to keep in mind this is a 2.0 stereo system.

We played all different types of music on the MX Sound 2.0 from rap and hip-hop to classical music. The sound reproduction is very crisp and clear and normal volume settings, although when you really pump up the volume things start to distort. This happens with most speaker systems and I really do not know who would be listening to sound at this high of a volume level anyways.

I also played many different games using the MX Sound 2.0 and was very satisfied with the sound performance, although once again you don’t have those big loud thumps that you would get from a subwoofer.

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