Question about Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers
Hi. I was -just- listening to music and both my speakers were working fine when all of a sudden the left one stopped working. I thought no sound was coming out so I went to Control Panel to verify and noticed that it does emit sounds, but at a veeery low volume. When I put up the volume to its max it sounds like if it were in its lowest setting possible AND it has some sort of static at the same time. What's wrong? Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
Sounds like the left channel in the built-in amplifier went out or possibly damage in the connector or cabling. Quick test to eliminate the PC is to connect another set of working speakers or headphones into the PC speaker jack without making any changes. If it works w/o problems then it?s the speakers. You can try plugging the speakers back into your PC and while playing something start wiggling the left channel cables and the main cable that goes into the PC. In particular pay attention to stress points like connectors. If that turns up nothing and you have the appropriate tools and skills you can open the speakers up and test out the solder points for the cables as well. As always make sure your warranty has expired completely before you open them up or start cutting away. Let us know if you have any other questions and please don?t forget to rate this post.
Posted on Apr 13, 2007
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