Question about Logitech Z-340 Computer Speakers
Hi i have a Ligitech Z-3 2.1 speaker system which i use for my pc. The problem is that the wiring seems to have developed a short. The bass box crackles when the wire is moved and it is now affecting the left speaker in that it is lower than the right and cuts in and out intermitantly. Whats really annoying is that it has just one main cable which plugs straight into the bass box then splits into two up to the speakers and is fixed and then it has separate power cable. I was wondering if this could be replaced or is it possible to locate a short? I now have to tape the wiring down to stop it moving and crackling. I cant take much more, lol any advice would be appreciated. Thanks Dee
Obviously,the wires/cables have been damaged. Thus,the desired results of the sound system were compromised.Yes, the damage that the wires incurred can be remedied.However,for us to have peace of mind and eliminate the worries of the pc itself getting affected, which is more going to be more problematic,call up the store where you purchased the speaker and inquire from them if they can replace the wires,probably with or without you entailing any additional cost or expense.Logitech is a well known brand and it has a wide array of replacement items that goes with the products they are selling.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
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