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Logitech Z-5500 satellite speaker stand broken

Hey all. One of the stands on which the satellite speaker sits (the stand with the horse-shoe shaped base) has snapped - my fault :(
Is there some way in which I can get a replacement stand for the same? Thanks.

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I have two Z-2300 Replacement Satellite Speakers for sale.


One is in perfect condition and is listed on ebay right now.


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It is the left speaker, but it will work in either input and will replace your right speaker perfectly as well!


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I will be listing the other one later unless someone contacts me about it first. They both work perfectly.


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I do not know if logitech sell replacement stands but
http://www.crutchfield.com
and
http://www.best buy.com
both sell good speaker stands. you may be able to find one on there.

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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