Question about Logitech Z-10 Computer Speakers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
okay...this is not pretty, but it's the way I did it, and Logitech have not made these easy to dismantle. The shiny front panel is actually glued onto the speaker chassis, and must be carefully and slowly pulled off the aluminum chassis, Take great care not to scratch or excessively bend the faceplate as you ease it away - the glue is elastic, but has a very strong grip, so this requires a fair bit of force. Start at the top corner and gradually release the entire fascia. When you get down near the display, take even greater care, because there are all kind of delicate controls under there. Don't poke anything into this area, but continue pulling a bit at a time until the entire front comes off. I used a strong but thin screwdriver blade to get a start on the edge - the silver trim stays where it is on the chassis...don't try to remove that, as it has nothing to do with disassembly! Once the faceplate is off you have access to the small philips screws - 8 or 10 (by memory) that actually hold the front of the speaker chassis to the rear casing. I used a long, strong screwdriver to remove these - they are in pretty tight. That gave me access to the whole speaker internals, including the circuit board. I kept the front fascia safe glue side up, and was able to carefully replace it using the original glue. I checked everything was still working...and it is. Next I will take it apart again to change the capacitors (that's the fault with mine, which makes an intermittent static crackle sound that is unaffected by the volume control). Once again, move slowly but firmly to avoid damaging the fascia, and good luck!
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
Ok check out this website for the software package installation for your speakers. Look to the right after you click the link and choose your operating system.
After you are done installing the software for your computer speakers. A little icon will appear in your system tray at the bottom right of the computer screen. Click that icon and you can change your speaker settings there.
I hope this helps! if you need more help please ask!
Posted on Jan 25, 2008
logitech rarely has replacement parts. and for this model is not for the u.s. distribution so youcan not even call u.s tech support for help. try ebay or craiglist. if the connector is not proprietary you might be able to get a electronic repair shop to repin the connector.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
The R10 speakers are analog speaker drivers are not needed, you may need drivers for your sound card-- quick test plug a headset into the green port on the back of your computer. if there is sound coming thru then the sound card is fine and you need to make sure your connection are correct. if no sound, plug the headset into the front ports for headphones. if sound is coming thru there but not in back the sound card needs replacement the port is bad.
Download the drivers from this link
if you still have a problem try
Hope this helps :)
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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