Question about Logitech Z-5300 Computer Speakers
The sound you are discribing is indicative of a short in the audio cable coming from your amp to the woofer. it doesn't mean that you have to replace a cable, but it could mean that one is loose. I would first try to turn on the unit and then start unpluging each speaker from the back one at a time. If the sound stops then you know that the hum is caused by the last speaker cable you pulled out. It is possible that you could make a temporary fix by twisting the cable back and forth where it connects into the back of each speaker. (Though this would only be a temp fix.) Because these cables are hard soldierd into the the actual speaker, there is no way for a person to simply replace the problem cable.
The other possible problem could be with the cables coming from the computer. You might simply have the cables in the wrong inputs. They should be color coordinated. Yellow in yellow, etc. Or with the system on, unplug these cables one at a time to find the problem cable.
If non of these work, I would bring it back to the store for a replacement system if still under warranty.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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