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Logitech mm50 very little sound coming from right speaker

I have had my logitech mm50 for a little over a year. I noticed a few weeks ago that there is very little sound coming from the right speaker.

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Re: logitech mm50 very little sound coming from right...

Check the cables and see if there is a tear, or unscrew the cover of the speaker (if possible) and see if the contact is frayed or only holding by a couple of wires. This will reduce the sound quality.

If not, the speakers are faulty, and they are not worth replacing. Just purchase a new set.

Posted on Jan 01, 2008

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