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Blown speakers Hallo, I have a problem with my logitech x-230 speakers. I bought the speakers in USA which works with 110V and without realising that I need a converter I just plugged the speakers directly and as a result I think I might have blown it. Can you tell me if there is a possible fix for it? Regards

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Re: blown speakers

Did you manage to repair it ? i have the same problem

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No fix- buy new ones

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