Question about Logitech Z-540 Speaker
Hi, my rear left speaker stopped playing, but the speaker itself is all right, it works when plugged into another output from subwoofer, and also the output from soundcard is good because my headphones work fine when plugged instead of rear speakers. So I'd like to know how can I check the wires between soundcard and subwoofer? I didn't figure out how to dismantle the speakers, they look like they're made of one piece of plastic.
If the speaker itself is working then the problem will most likely be the connection point where the speaker plugs into. If you dont know how to check for this problem, i dont really want to tell you just in case you hurt yourself. Take it to a shop and have it looked at by someone thats knows what there looking for.
Posted on Sep 07, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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