Question about Logitech Z-5300 Computer Speakers
Hi, my Logitech Z 5300e speakers worked great for a while. One night I was throwing a dance party and the bass started to sound crackly- or froggy. Then a few days later the bass from the subwoofer stopped working all together. What can I do about this? I already am getting a new system (G51) from Logitech, but can I fix this system by myself?
In my view, it is due to any of the following
1. its fuse burnout or wire breaked, check fuse and cordwire
2. its subwoofer coil is damaged to loud volume, replace it
3. its amplifier IC is damaged, replace IC
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
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