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Re: Z-2300 remote does not work
Fist plug it into something other then your computer like a walkman or mp3 player, cd player etc. If it does work then it is the original device (computer I am guessing) If it doesn't work it is the speakers. These models have lost of problems and this appears to be one of them. Some have a sub button on the back of the speaker with turns the sub off seperately.
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Your main board located inside the sub woofer that controls and separates the sound has lost it's ability to switch the sound. You will either have to buy a new speaker system or call the manufacturer to see where a service center for you speaker unit is near you for repair. This also can be a bad volume control knob either way it will need to be serviced.
Make sure the wired remote is connected completely and if that doesn't work try putting a pillow or a pile of blankets to cover both the subwoofer driver and the air port on it and that should reduce the sound coming from it. Also if it is in a corner or on a solid floor like wood or tile i would move it to a less enclosed space with carpet or a rug. Thats all I got I hope that helps.
Well, just because someone at Logitech said the speakers are definitely broken doesn't necessarily make it so. They told me the same thing, yet when I read on another forum that plugging earphones into the wired remote sometimes seems to make things better, I plugged earphones into the wired remote -- and Voila! All of a sudden the blue light went on and I had sound from all three speakers. The sound continued working properly even after removing the earphone jack. IMO the problem could be with the wired remote rather than with the speakers themselves. My speakers work again!
To the two people with problems. This sounds a bit odd, but do you still have the broken remotes? I'm looking for a broken one. I'd pay shipping and throw a few bucks your way if you could send it to me.
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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.
Unfortunately, Logitech doesn't sell the wired remote controller separately. And that seems to be infamous for going out.
What worked for me (with no sound and no blue light on the remote connector) was to plug a set of earphones into the earphone port. As soon as I did that, the blue light came on and the sound was restored, even after removing the earphones. Someone else said both speakers worked properly while they had the earphones in, but not otherwise.