Question about Logitech Z-680 Computer Speakers
I unplugged my Mac G5, where my Z-680 system had been working superbly, and moved it all into a new office, where I carefully reassembled everything. For some reason, my Z-680 now no longer produces sound. I've checked system settings, volume/mute issues, optical in vs. out, etc. My speaker test works fine; they're all plugged in and operational. But when I power up the Mac, the speakers start making weird popping and rumble noises, sounding sort of like an electrical storm. And needless to say, none of the system audio works at all through the Z-680 now. Any ideas? Could it be that my optical cable is bad? It looks like brand new, but who knows? Thanks for the help.
I had a problem something similar - once reconnected my rear speakers stopped working, i could hear "hiss" from the speakers very low but no sound whatsoever so i tried the combination of "INPUT + SETTINGS" hold for a couple of seconds and this resets all settings plus shows FIRMWARE. all back to normal after, my rear speakers started working again. i hope this helps others in the future.
Posted on Apr 22, 2008
I bought a new cable. The old one was bad.
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
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