Question about Logitech Z4 Speakers
I need to conect my z4 speakers to my monitor i dont no how to connect
Connect it to the back of your computer, many monitors dont have 1/8 pin connections for audio out
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The wires you put on are probably too small. The gauge number is too high. If the wires in the plug are okay, just get some light wire (like is on a table lamp) and use that. It's similar to what they call monster cable but nowhere as expensive. It's all about signal flow.
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
Please click on the Volume icon in the system tray and make sure that the speakers or other volumes are not muted. Windows has a habit of muting things on its own. And unless there is sound going to the speakers the headphone jack on the front of speakers will not function.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
If you have a newer model computer chances are you'd be getting the best sound quality now. If you want to improve the quality some look into sound cards at most tech retailers.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
SOURCE: Crackling sound
The crackling could be due to a faulty wire or jack connection. If you have any other sound device (e.g. headphones), try connecting that one instead of the Z4 and see whether the crackling disappears (in which case it's the Z4) or not (in which case it's the jack or the computer). Could arguably be an EM or electrical interference, but you'd need a laptop running on batteries to check the second, and trying orienting differently the speakers to try checking the first.
The music slowing down means something's wrong in the computer: the Z4 are purely passive, they can't do anything to the music tempo. Try running an antivirus check or try Task Manager (or Process Explorer) and see whether anything's eating more CPU than it should.
Posted on Mar 28, 2010
open your subwoofer because main system is inside in your subwoofer than clean it with a air blower ..
this happens when dust is inside the system....
Posted on Dec 26, 2010
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