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Speakers My speakers were playing very low at a time and now I can't here a thing. I have troubleshooted them five times already, what should I do now?

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  • Anonymous Apr 14, 2009

    speakers do not work but headphones do.

    Likely the 2 jacks for the headphones.

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Hey I've had my Logitech z506 speakers for a few


I don't know for certain but, this is usually a sign of the overload circuit in operation. Speakers are not designed to be used on full volume constantly. Next time this happens try and turn them off for a couple of minutes, when you turn them on again try with the volume lower than when you turned them off. If you are regularly using them at full volume, then maybe it is time to invest in a more powerful set. Buy them by their RMS power output, NOT by their PMPO (peak mean power output) this is already an inflated figure and is usually about 4 times the real power output. I hope this helps.

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There is a loud hum when volume is on low to high


go to control panel
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voice
under voice recording clk volume and mute the mic phone...........
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some how your mic is conflicting with speakers. Keep your mic away from your speakers..

Do reply if this woks

Oct 03, 2009 | Bose Companion II Computer Speakers

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Got my computer fixed and now it does not recognize the speakers. No sound Did not come with a disc or anything. Plug and play. Try all troubleshooting on the computer already. I a mnot sure of the model...


Its the problem due to ur sound card and not the speakers, chk weather drivers are installed for ur sound card.

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Appreciate a good rating from you..

Jul 31, 2009 | Altec Lansing VS2421 2.1 Speakers

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Only Direct sound works good, and only two speakers


Some sound fields have reverberant effects that need adjusting so the levels become audible, such as in "stadium" mode. While playing one of these sound fields, navigate through the speaker setup menu and make adjustments to the "effects" percentage, and levels. Be aware however, that only in 4 channel stereo mode will your surround speakers produce sound 100% of the time. Also, in any form of Dolby Pro Logic mode you will hear more sound from the surround speakers originating from stereo source material than from monoaural material...example, a television station broadcast in stereo versus mono.

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I have a creative inspire 5.1home theater i need 5.1 songs


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Volume dial not working


i would recommend you ask logitech if they can fix it, if the cost is too high i would go look for other stores that fix speakers, if it still cant be fixed, your better off buying new ones because having speakers like those for 5 years is a long time, it may just be time to change

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I have a pair of peavey sp5 speakers that i can not get to play full range they will play high and low but not full range


what sort of amp are you driving these with?
is the amp set up with buit in x-overs?
check these settings?
Boxs should be configured already for full range from manufacture unless they have been altered since purchase,

Whats really funny is that your getting either tops or bottoms from them but not both at the same time......hmmmm
they are supposed to be full range cabinets,very good ones at that.
I suspect the amp is either faulty or x-overs are poked.
some times leads are a also the blame too.poor connections,etc.
if x-over is poked you will hear an ear peircing noise and a paper duding noise if the cones were gone,like a giant transistor radio with no bass and a very high pitched trebble burning a hole in your head,

Ok heres a cheap test,

Take the speakers to another amp and test them,
If same result then you know the answer

Let me know the results thanks

Jul 20, 2008 | Peavey CH1 Speaker

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The Kenwood VR517 home theater system wants to just turn itself off at about 5 minutes of being on. this just started happening this week.


If this unit stays on for 5 minutes, and it appears to be playing normal, a bad speaker could be the cause unless you are using speakers that are not compatible with this unit.

The specs on this unit are 100 watts per channel and require 8 ohm speakers. if you are using speakers that are 6 ohms or 4 ohms, you will overheat the unit quickly and it will shut down. It is not designed to use anything less than 4 ohm speakers.

If you are using the speakers this unit came with, or you know that the speakers are 8 ohms (it should be listed on the speaker where the wires plug in), go ahead to the next step.

The first thing to do is to unplug one speaker, it does not matter which one, just pick one to unplug from the back of the receiver or right at the speaker. If you unplug one right at the speaker, make sure that the speaker wires do not touch together or touch anything else, they must be insulated from anything metal or conductive.

After one speaker is unplugged, turn the unit back on and let it play normally the way it was when it shut down after five minutes. If the unit continues to play for a long time, at least 30 minutes or more and does not shut down on its own, you have just found the culprit causing your problem. Some speakers may sound like they are OK, but still can cause a problem.

If the unit shuts down again after five minutes like before, go ahead and plug that speaker back in and do the same thing with one of the other speakers.

Continue this process until you have isolated one speaker as being the problem.

If you go thru the entire process and it still shuts down, you may have an internal amplifier problem. It can be something as simple as some heat stressed solder joints that need to be reflowed, or it could be a bad amp IC. This unit uses 3 different amp IC's and it could be any one of them or a component in the amp circuit. Sometimes it can even be a power supply failure. In any case, if the above steps do not work, you need to take it in and be serviced. There are no other end user options to perform.

I hope this helps with your problem, if you need more help just ask.



Jun 21, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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