Question about Logitech Audio Players & Recorders
I bought my Logitech speakers a year or so ago, and have had a problem with them ever since purchasing (but never really got round to sorting it!).
It plays initially really well once switched on. However, after approx 30 minutes of continuous play, it suddenly goes extremely muffled and 'crackly'. However, once I press stop and then play again, it then plays perfectly again.
It sounds like a very small problem, although when trying to watch films it gets extremely annoying (as you'd imagine) having to turn the film off and on again (and then track to the position I was up to!).
Is this a common problem? Is there anyway it can be fixed?
Hope you can help
This not a common problem
Do not use full volume of your system.
Use only 65-85% volume of your system ok.
Then you see problem is solved
Posted on Sep 25, 2008
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