Question about Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers
The subwoofer on my Z-2300 seems to be broken. The satellite speakers work fine but the sub is not audible during normal play, even with the bass setting as high as it will go.
It is not entirely broken however. If I unplug the satellite speakers and turn the volume up to max the woofer can he heard feintly. I have checked all the computer settings and I am sure it is not a problem with this.
Is something wrong with the amp? If so is it fixable by a professional or is it time for a new system? (it is out of warranty 3 yrs old)
I had the same problem until I decided to plug the speaker system into my desktop instead of my laptop. Now, all is well and I had to turn the bass control almost all the way down... I was shaking the house! Must be something to do with the quality of the laptop output.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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