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Diagram indicating soldering of wires to the DIN plug (Logitech X220 speakers). My three of the wires broke just before the DIN plug.

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Hello oh well you need to open the device to know how they are connected ...you need a voltmeter to check which one of them go signal,volts,ground etc.......saludos

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