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Torn Satellite Speakers

My 2 Satellite speakers are torn, the everything is intact but the soft edge holding the cone is all kaput. HELP!

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Re: Torn Satellite Speakers

Just go Maplan check out what speakers and fit.

Posted on Oct 02, 2007

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Disturbance while increasing bass in JBL SPYRO

I have a similar problem. You need to open your subwoofer and check if the subwoofers cone cloth is torn. If it's torn you can recone the subwoofer and it will work fine. There are solutions online to fix the cloth using regular synthetic mix cloth but i don't know if it works. Try removing the cloth to see if it sounds better.

Jun 03, 2013 | JBL Spyro Computer Speakers

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Subwoofer is buzzing when volume turned up just past middle level-in other words it doesn't take much for the subwoofer to start buzzing

You may have overdriven the woofer at some stage, and torn the cone. Once that happens, the tear will start flapping (buzzing) whenever the volume is high enough to vibrate it loose.

If thqat's the case, you'll need to replace the woofer inside the cabinet - or replace the set of speakers, which is probably more economical for you.

Jun 19, 2010 | Logitech LS-21 2.1 Speakers

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One of my speakers sounds scratchy as well.

This usually points to a torn cone on the speaker itelf or dirt that has somehow gotten into the speaker coil.

if its dirt then a can of compressed air for cleaning computers sometimes does the trick but it does mean opening up the speaker after you disconnect it.

Sep 06, 2009 | Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers

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I just received these speakers and they have static in them. What so you think the problem is?

There could be many causes.

Bad socket on the computer
Dirty volume control
Dirt in and on the speaker cone
Speaker cone torn slightly
A wireless device that may be too close to them eg cordless phone (I know my cell phone is going to ring before it actually does as I get a signal from my speakers)

I have a can of "electrical contact cleaner" which I use to see if it fixes the first two items.
2nd and third item can only bee seen by opening up the speakers.
for dirt I use an air can for cleaning computers but not too close to the cone.
For a torn cone I replace the speakers.

Last item is pretty ease just move the offending item to a new location.

Aug 31, 2009 | Cyber Acoustics Computer Speakers

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Speakers losing base

if ur speakers are losing base..then check out any two or more wire may b naked.
and they wre touching each other.
so apply tape on them.
this may reduce the noise..& bass will come back.

Mar 14, 2009 | Packard Bell Speaker Computer Speakers

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Disturbance in audio when i increase d volume

do you have wireless?, this could be affecting your sound, also check your hardware compatability and make sure everything is good 2 go.

Oct 03, 2008 | Altec Lansing Computer Speakers

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One Speaker Stopped Working

I too had the left speaker malfunctioning. Luckily, i had the curage to open up the speaker and look into the problem. Before that i checked to see if the input inlet to the amp worked by plugging in the right speaker in the left input inlet. I was able to hear the speaker. If you get that response, then the left speaker is the problem. So i went ahead and opened up the speaker. Do this by taking off the fabric cover. There are those little hose plugs you need to take off with a philips head, just wiggle them out. Unscrew the 4 screws. Use a blow dryer around the edges/sides of the face of the speaker to loosen the hot glue holding the cover together. Once the speaker is warm, try prying off the cover. You can maybe use a flat head screw driver to do so but with gentleness or else you'll scratch up the speaker. So once you have that done, look at the terminal(wires that are soddered to the speaker, to check if connected to speaker. if they are not connected, then you would have to soddered them. If everything is intact, then try moving the little plastic piece connected to the speaker, opposite end of that is the possittive and negative wires connected to the cone. I scrapted/moved around the wires being careful not to puncture the cone with the screw driver to check to see if they were making contact with the terminal. I then connected the plug into the amp and fortunately i could hear the speaker once again. I hope this made sense and worked for you. I was glad this worked cuz i truly love the sound of Z-2300 system for the THX certified sound.Sure glad i didn't have to buy another set.

May 20, 2008 | Logitech Z-2300 2.1 Computer Speaker...

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Dead right speaker

I beleive these speakers each have there own built in amplifyer, you probably blew it, or over heated them.

Jul 26, 2006 | Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers

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Z-2300 noisy speaker

ur speaker is bad probebly torn membrane try replacing it (or disconnecting) this speaker there is a special kind of glue for membranes .... try it good luck windman

Oct 26, 2005 | Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers

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