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Output port for left speaker Z2300

The sound coming through the speaker connected to the left output port is faint. There is barely anything coming out of what. What could be happening here?

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I've been having the same problem actually.

In my situation, turning the volume up and down using the speaker volume control will fix the problem. I only have the faint volume problem at some positions of the dial. turning it up usually fixes it. I'm thinking that opening it up and cleaning it might fix the problem (it used to work with an older set of Creative speakers i had).

If that doesnt work im going to try to get a new remote from logitech.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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