Question about Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers
I have had my Z2300 speakers for a few months, recently though I have been getting a loud buzzing noise at random. I can fix it by moving the audio cable at the back of my computer around. I have wireless but have had it from the beginning and my speakers worked fine.
It sounds like the socket on your computer is becoming worn or has a loose solder joint.
If you feel comfortable with a fine tipped soldering iron and stripping your computer down I would take a look there first.
Also check the power supply for the speakers to make sure it is not getting too hot.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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