Question about Logitech X-540 Computer Speakers
A few years ago I purchased a Logitech S500 5.1 sound system from eBuyer, it arrived and worked pretty nicely.
I recently had a power cut, and ever since, the volume knob has pretty much stopped working. I can't turn it down at all, so it's on its highest setting. I have to stick the software volume control at 2 (as opposed to the usual 60-70).
The bass knob works fine.
I've already ordered a better system but it'd be a shame to chuck this one away when it works otherwise quite nicely. Any ideas that don't involve soldering will be greatly appreciated; any ideas that do involve soldering will be reluctantly accepted!
The simplest thing to try is some compressed air directed to the knob. This would clear out any dust or dirt that may be obstructing the knob. I am not sure what you mean by power cut so I am shooting in the dark here. If you mean a power surge that caused the volume to quit working then I would suggest an external volume control such as http://www.amazon.com/Koss-155954-VC20-Volume-Control/dp/B00001P4XH/ref=pd_bbs_2/002-2257004-6895258?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1194009359&sr=8-2
Posted on Dec 19, 2008
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