Question about Logitech Pure-Fi Elite High Performance Speaker System (980-000127)
About 4 days after I purchased this speaker, it cut off randomly. I immediately returned it to the authorized Apple store where I bought them. I had also purchased the wire to hook the speaker to my MacBook Pro. They ran the speakers through with computer streaming internet radio non-stop for an hour with no problem. Subsequently the speakers worked fine for a couple of days, and then the same random turning off problem came back. It happens on different Apple computers, so it's not my computer. When the speaker turns off while listening to music in iTunes, I unplug the output wire from my laptop and I can hear the music through my laptop. This is most frustrating.
The only thing i can think of is the amount of power surging into the speakers is too great and they are cutting of to avoid blowing out. I have a similar issue with my surround sound if i turn it up too loud.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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