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Logitech mm50 Hi my mm50 speakers do not work and they are 2 weeks old. I have power but when i insert my ipod it automatically turns the sound down on my ipod. the manual volume also does not work. I have pressed all the buttons in various sequences but have had no luck. I love these speakers they are great as i travel alot but i need some help any idea's?

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I think maybe the speakers blew out because of how loud people put there IPods. It is busted so buy a new one.

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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