Question about Logitech Z-5300 Computer Speakers
First problem: when adjusting the volume, i would get a pop every click of the knob. it would get increasingly loud as the volume setting increased.
Second problem: speakers suddenly decreased in volume one day when I connected them to a laptop with an extension headphone cord. Since then, even at high volume setting, I get very little sound (but popping noise described in first problem is still very loud).
Third problem: static in two of the speakers.
I had the first problem and you can probably fix it by turning the volume knob all the way up and down about 20 times. it worked for me. supposedly the potentiometers in the z-5300 get dirty or worn out, somehow this might fix it. for the second problem maybe try plugging it into the laptop and unplugging it again seeing if it goes back to normal?maybe its a problem with the amp?
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
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