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I bought an Itrigue 3000 speaker system and it comes with a wired remote control that has the power on/off and volume control and bass control. This remote control fell down and broke and I wanted to know is there any way I can use the rest of the system without it, or get a replacement from some other brand?

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  • denila Sep 11, 2008

    I called the manufacturers up and they said they dont ship any replacement wired remote controls..Could you list any shops or brands in the US that would repair/provide replacement wired remote controls for the Creative Itrigue?

  • denila Sep 11, 2008

    I called the manufacturers up and they said they dont ship any replacement wired remote controls..Could you list any shops or brands in the US that would repair/provide replacement wired remote controls for the Creative Itrigue?

  • denila Sep 11, 2008

    yes..thanks for ur advice!

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Take it to a local electronics service to have their opinion if it is repairable. Good luck

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You can get it replaced just take it back to the place you bought it.

or you can take the hole thing back and say when you bought it . this had no remote in there and they will give you a free once i use to do this alot

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Hi sir you can controll seakers by smartphone[blue tooth software download]or buy a universal remote from

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Hai
i think u may contact the service engineer to fix this problem,they have the solution to replace the remote,Get the information about help centre or technical tem from the user manual.


Thank You

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Its wired remote and specially designed for this unit. You can just fix its controls value by help of tech person and keep use it.

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The wired remote is replaceable but Through the manufacture I would suggest that you
go to there website to purchase a replacement .


If the remote Shattered then it is broke
But if is not working I would open up and see if the green board is cracked
or if the solder to the wires came lose That could be fix by you.

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    Jayson Brollini Sep 11, 2008

    support.creative.com/kb/?h=6

    I looked for the remote and you can not replace it unless
    you go through Creative Labs and call the 1-800



    The only other suggeetion would be go buy a iPod contol and try it if that does not work just return it


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    Jayson Brollini Sep 11, 2008

    The plug/jack is universal so do not trash you speakers Radio Shack also carries
    a line of wired remotes that should work

    Thank You

    Jayson


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    Jayson Brollini Sep 11, 2008

    Go to wal-mart or radio sahck and use a control from a ipod or a creative Zen mp3 player this will work

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    Jayson Brollini Sep 11, 2008

    If you can see my post/solutions I would Highly recommend you try to
    use another control..... The jack should have the same type of connections
    as a headset Jack..... If this is not the case then Radio Shack online has the
    universal Plugs :))


    Jayson


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    Jayson Brollini Sep 11, 2008

    Well thanks For Using FixYa

    Good luck on this I have no other comments
    Jayson


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YOU CAN ONLY OPERATE THE UNIT USING THAT CONTROL..

ON THIS CASE YOU BETTER GET A REPLACEMENT

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Yes you can get it replaced its easily available on every electronic repair shop

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