Question about Logitech Pure-Fi Anywhere Portable Speakers for Apple iPod - Black
I just bought a new logitech pure-fi speaker. connected it to my laptop to watch a video, and after a few minutes it automatically shut off. Logitech was connected to power at the time. The 'plug in' icon remains on ... with flashing green light. But no sound is projected.
please tell me what to do
I was having the same problem but I seemed to solve it by having the laptop volume maxed and using the dock to control volume. I think that it has a sleep function where if it is not getting a signal it powers off and for some reason the laptop isn't putting out a strong enough signal to keep it awake. Maxing the laptop volume seems to give it a constant enough signal so that the problem went away.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
Thank you wedroptozero, this problem was really frustrating me and your solution has worked perfectly!
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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