Dial into great sound for your desktop with Z407 Bluetooth computer speakers. Get immersive sound with a down-firing woofer that adds “boom” to your sound, and digital signal processing that keeps clarity across the sound spectrum. Stylish oval satellite speakers lay horizontally or vertically. Position them however you like to curate your space. Control it all with the Bluetooth-enabled wireless control dial. Adjust bass and volume, skip and pause tracks, from up to 20-meter line of sight range. Connect with Bluetooth, micro USB, or 3.5 mm inputs.
The expertly tuned 2.1 speaker system features 80 watts of peak power and 40-watt RMS. Experience immersive, lifelike sound—from crisp high notes to powerful mid and low-range notes—with no compromises on the rich, deep bass.
Strong bass with clarity
20-watt bass with digital signal processing produces deep yet clear bass and superior sound performance. The ported, down-firing subwoofer adds “boom” to music, movies, and gaming while maintaining a rich, crisp sound.
One dial for total wireless control
With a 20 m line of sight range, the wireless control dial lets you adjust your sound from across the room. Press it and spin it to play, pause, and mute—and control volume and bass.
Sleek, oval-shaped satellite speakers come in a refined graphite gray. Lay them vertically or horizontally. Move and curate to fit your aesthetic preference.
Multiple ways to connect and switch
Connect up to three devices via Bluetooth, micro USB, and the 3.5 mm input.
A:AnswerHello Belinda. The remote can do different things depending on how you have the speakers connected. With the 3.5mm aux cable, the remote will simply control the volume. If connected via USB or Bluetooth, it can Play, Pause, Skip Forward, Go Back, adjust the bass, and of course volume. Here is a video demonstrating the wireless remote: https://youtu.be/ThimnhyWF4k
A:AnswerHello Drusiph, A popping noise from the subwoofer indicates a power mismatch in the circuit. The popping noise occurs as the amplifier tries to produce more voltage than it can to meet the demands of the subwoofer. A power mismatch is not the only issue that causes a popping noise from the subwoofer. The noise may also be due to loose connections in the circuit. If this noise persists, than please visit this link: https://support.logi.com/hc/en-us/articles/360055951254-Warranty-Z407-Bluetooth-Computer-Speakers-with-Subwoofer-and-Wireless-control. This is the link to the 1-year limited hardware warranty that the Z407 comes with. Hope that this helped and that all is going well. Best Regards, Richard from Logitech
Yes, the Logitech 407 Bluetooth Computer Speaker System with Wireless Control will work with work with your older laptop via Bluetooth 4.0. You can also connect via 3.5mm input or through the Micro-USB input (Micro USB cable is not included). Z407 is a nice speaker set, I hope you enjoy it. For further assistance, please visit the Logitech support website.
John at Logitech