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Is the new Promedia 2.1 Bluetooth good ? As compared to Logitech/swan model like Z625 and M50W

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Old 01-12-2018, 07:34 PM   #1
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Is the new Promedia 2.1 Bluetooth good ? As compared to Logitech/swan model like Z625 and M50W

Would like something which will last and sound good

Main concern about Klipsch is whether it have a power button and how good is it's bluetooth capability/feature
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Old 01-12-2018, 09:23 PM   #2
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Bugis Junction Challenger has Promedia and a z26-something, can't remember if it had BT

For lasting, my bet is on Promedia. Then Logitech, then M50W. However the lack of failure report of Logitech may be due to the type of userbase, so deep down I want to give it a draw between Logitech and Swan. Basically, start to worry after 3 years, and worry a lot after 5.
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Bugis Junction Challenger has Promedia and a z26-something, can't remember if it had BT

For lasting, my bet is on Promedia. Then Logitech, then M50W. However the lack of failure report of Logitech may be due to the type of userbase, so deep down I want to give it a draw between Logitech and Swan. Basically, start to worry after 3 years, and worry a lot after 5.
But this type of 2.1 setup should be more repair friendly than those portable Bluetooth right ?
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But this type of 2.1 setup should be more repair friendly than those portable Bluetooth right ?
Will you send it for repair?
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Will you send it for repair?
I'm planing to use it for 5-6 years
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