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Re: I've lost sound in one speaker
Check the wire for frays, missing insulation, broken area, loose fitting, etc. It sounds like there is something that is not making a proper connection. "Fiddling" makes it better leads me to believe that a bent area, frayed wire or such has it not making a full connection. You may need to replace the wire to that speaker in order to correct the problem. If the unit is still in warranty I'd suggest contacting a Logitech repair center for this. If it is not then you can do this yourself if you are comfortable working with a soldering iron. Just make sure you use properly rated speaker wire and connect the wires properly. Hope this helps.
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I will assume this right channel problem is present no-matter the chosen input....radio, CD, etc. "Changed speaker wires"...did you swap ONLY the wires from left channel to right or did you also swap speakers? Defective speaker woofers (wiring and/or crossover failures) leave only the tweeter to reproduce music in that speaker, which we perceive as both a huge volume and tonal reproduction difference compared to the "other" speaker. Keep up your "process of elimination" troubleshooting techniques as this will lead you to the problem.
Hello, Firs of all lets get agree on something..The subwoofer has three audio connections for "output " to :front,centre and rear speakers...these are not for "input"..Your powered SUB provides necessary signal for other spekers.. You can connect TV audio coaxial to SUB input with a RCA cable.....if your SUB does not have "RCA input " probably it should have "3,5mm Haedphone female Jack".. if this is the case you need to buy a cable ; one end 3,5mm MALE headphone jack and the other end 2xRCA stereo (or 1x RCA for mono or you may need "Y cable " ) to be connected to your TV... And you need to connect front,centre and rear speakers to your SUB as well... Take care and if it succeeds please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for Helping out the Community :) Hope this helps!
The connection you made is wrong. You have to connect the phones form the IPod to any available line in of your amplifier - audio system using a cable like this
This cable is common known as 3.5mm male jack to 2 male RCA.
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If the speakers has the common round 3,5mm jack you have to plug it in the green hole at the back of the power. If the speakers has a USB connector you have to put it in any available USB connector at the front or back panel of your computer's tower.
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i guess ur talking about four nos of 4ohms 10" speakers. two speakers of four ohms connected in series gives 8 ohms, but if u use parallel connection u will get half of individual ohms i.e 2 ohms. so connect two speakers in series and another two speakers in series. parallel the two serial speakers and voila... u get a 4ohms speaker with double the wattage.
parallel connection - connect +ve to +ve and -ve to -ve. series connection - connect -ve of one speaker to +ve of another speaker so that u have +ve input to one speaker and ground(-ve) on the second speaker. So, two separate series speaker then parallel the two series speakers.
Contact the manufacturer of these speakers. Visit their website or find their phone number and request a replacement wire. I understand your frustration because the same thing happened to me. I have a Sony speaker system, and i lost the input output wire so all i did was called the company up and they sent me a replacement wire in the mail. It should not cost much at all. Any further questions, let me know so that i can resolve this issue for you.
Does a regular 3,5mm headphone plug plugs in? if yes, you can use the standard cable found in every electronics store. If it is smaller, an adapter could be needed. that adapter is as easy to find. Explain the case to Electronic store salesman, or better, show them to him/her.
I think I had a similar problem. My speakers were brand new and after a while I lost my front left and rear left speaker. I'm not sure about you guys but after fiddling around with the settings it worked after I changed the "S/PDIFoutput sample rate" from 48 to 96 khz. I have no clue what I did, but it worked for me. I am running logitech something or rather speakers with VIA HD audio deck drivers