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The metal cover makes noises while playing higher frequencies. So i want to take it away but i cant find any screws and don't want to use brute force. Anyone knows a way to take them apart? ty

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Connect DVD Player to logitech X 540 Surround System

Bad connection on that one speaker, if you have tested the system with other equipment and it works thn you MUST have a bad connection INSIDE you DVD player. If your DVD had a whole channel out on your output amplifier I beleive then 2 speakers would not work so more than likely you have a bad solder joint inside system for DVD output

Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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are u using vista? cause this is def a driver issue...could be the update Driver they released messed up things or the driver needs a updated from windows...it wouild help if u posted the driver version and Operating system u are using.

Posted on Mar 30, 2008

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SOURCE: How to disassemble Logitech Z-340 sub-woofer

The speaker bezel can be removed in only two ways:

1) Somehow remove the grille in order to get a the screws which hold the bezel onto the cabinet. I tried to do this and couldn't get it to budge. Once I got the thing open I observed that Logitech used a LOT of glue to hold this thing together.

2) Drill holes THROUGH the grill above each of the 8 screws large enough so you can loosen the screws.

Once you get it open, you'll be shocked to discover what you thought was the subwoofer cone is actually A ROUND PIECE OF CARDBOARD fastened to the foam. The 4" driver is behind this fastened to a board halfway back pointing into the chamber containing the electronics.

You can get to the power transformer, but good luck removing it. The screws are nearly impossible to unfasten; more glue but more importantly incredibly awful access to the nut and screw (yes, a screw, not a bolt).

I wouldn't pay 5 bucks for this system. Luckily, I didn't.

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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Following is a diagram showing how to connect the speakers. a1d5e61.jpg This was taken from the logitech x-540 user manual. You can download the manual from http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/LOGITECH/X-540-_M

Posted on Aug 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Connecting Logitech X-540 speaker system

Most newer TVs have a set of audio output jacks (red/white). All you need is an adapter like this to plug into those audio output jacks, then plug the speakers into the adapter and you'll be good!

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Posted on Nov 05, 2009

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