If you are looking for a cool surround-sound system for your home, have a look at the Logic 3’s SoundStage Fuss-free 5.1. This home theatre sound system comes in a compact and tidy design featuring 15 speakers. The output of 150 watts RMS should be more than enough even for a large hall. The Logic 3’s SoundStage Fuss-free 5.1 comes with two low frequency subwoofers and no less than 13 drivers that work together with the SRS 3D technology to create a very impressive 5.1 surround system. The Logic 3’s SoundStage Fuss-free 5.1 is plug and play and there’s absolutely no setting or complicated calibration needed. Just plug it in and let the surround sound blast at your ear drums.
The Logic 3’s SoundStage Fuss-free 5.1 costs around US $500, an acceptable price for this type of device. There’s also an FM radio incorporated in the SoundStage, although many wonder why the manufacturer would do that. The Logic 3’s SoundStage Fuss-free 5.1 works by bouncing sound waves off the walls of the room, in a controlled way, so as to create a proper 3d sound effect. Each of the 15 speakers gets a different job at bouncing off sound waves and the two subwoofers are more than enough for low level sounds. The Logic 3’s SoundStage Fuss-free 5.1 comes with a remote from which you can adjust every function of the device. You also get an Analogue RCA input, plus two optical and two coaxial inputs.
The Logic 3’s SoundStage Fuss-free 5.1 is somewhat similar to the Yamaha YSP-1100. The compact size of this cool surround-sound system for your home means that you don’t need to worry about setting up individual speakers in the corners of the room. You also don’t have to worry about hiding wires under the carpet or about tedious installation procedures. The easy to use Logic 3’s SoundStage Fuss-free 5.1 system adapts to any type of room effortlessly. Sound quality is high even at higher volume levels and the Logic 3’s SoundStage Fuss-free 5.1 system seems to have al the bases covered.