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Yamaha RX-V392 av receiver connections

I would like to know how to connect and or what kind of cords I will need to connect a Logitech Z-2300 subwoofer no speakers to my receiver, please and thank you

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I have actually lost my satellite speakers that came with the Logitech Z-2300. I am wondering what my best option is. I can't seem to find anyplace that sells these kind of speakers separately. I...


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http://www.livedigitally.com/2005/09/05/logitech-z-2300-speaker-system/

It would appear you need 2 x 1/4 inch (3.5mm) jack to RCA cables, one for each channel and each speaker, left and right, rather than just the 1 cable ("..and a mini to RCA cord...") you seem to have bought.

The Yellow and Black RCA ports appear to be the Left and Right speaker channels respectively.

The output cable with a green jack that connects to the green jack on the computer's sound card seems to be tied in with the wired Remote Control.

I would have recommended getting a pair of passive 40W RMS Logitech Stereo Speakers.

As long as the speakers you have match in terms of Wattage and Impedance, you should be okay.

I hope this helps.

Aug 26, 2011 | Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers

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My speakers of z-2300 not working


hello the link below will show you the basic trouble shooting steps of the speakers "http://logitech-en-ap.custhelp.com/app/answers/list/section/troubleshoot/crid/439/lt_product_id/231/tabs/1,3,2,5/cl/au,en/kw/" and as for the device that you are using to make it work, if you plug that in to a computer check other speakers if that will work on you computer, make sure that the cord are properly connected and try the steps on the link, you can also have a cable replacement for the speakers if hat will work good, but if not local repair center is the answer. Thank you for using Fixya

Mar 06, 2011 | Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers

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Logitech z-2300 subwoofer not working


ahh logitech always the sub that goes. its buggered but dont toss out the whole speaker set just buy another one and youl have spare speakers when you need them

Jul 28, 2010 | Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers

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Hooking up a Logitech Z-2300 subwoofer to a Yamaha RX-V392 receiv


This is the exact same setup im lookng at, just a different Yamaha receiver (RX-V663). Since the 3.5mm headphone jack and and the sub preout are both 'line level' you just need to pick up a male RCA to female 3.5mm jack converter from radioshack. I'd expect it to be around $5-8.

I have already stripped my old 5.1 HTIB system rca connector to use the surround speakers with my receiver. They work but are cheap speakers. Im tempted to do something similar with the z-2300 speakers, much higher quality, but I would definitely use a converter instead of stripping to keep them backwards compatible.

Jan 10, 2009 | Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers

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Logitech z2300.


Make sure you you have turned on both of the power buttons the one on the remote should be pushed down and there is also one on the back of the subwoofer just above the power cord connection. Hope that helps if not just let me know

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Ipod sound through home entertainment


get a stereo to phono cord.
connect the stereo pin to the ipod (ear pin) and connect the phono cord the the input section of the home theatre.
after all this just put on everything and start the music on the ipod.
if it does not come just increase the volume of your home theatre.

hope to hear favourably from u.
thank u and good luck.
have a nice day.

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Brother tripped over cord connected to laptop


Sounds like the wires inside got pulled loose or broke. Replace the speaker wires or check them good for connection.
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Unfortunately, Logitech doesn't sell the wired remote controller separately. And that seems to be infamous for going out.
What worked for me (with no sound and no blue light on the remote connector) was to plug a set of earphones into the earphone port. As soon as I did that, the blue light came on and the sound was restored, even after removing the earphones. Someone else said both speakers worked properly while they had the earphones in, but not otherwise.

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