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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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Logitech Z5500 THX what is the real RMS wattage?


Modest. If it has a plate on it near the power cord that specifies AC power consumption THAT is the maximum power it uses. Given that heat and other energy transformations and losses occur in the process of converting an audio signal to a speaker output the effective audio power would be VERY much lower than the total (say, 40%) and then it would be divided among all the speakers.

Manuals and other resources:

http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2927

Page 11 tells the fairy tale according to Logitech.

I don't think any reputable testing labratory has taken the time to put this thing through the ringer to establish actual performance data versus that which is claimed. Considering that this, like many other mid-fi products, uses TOTALS for its specs to entice the gullible (speakers a,b,c,d... wattages ADDED together) instead of 'watts per-channel from x-to-y frequency at less than z distortion' which are used by reputable amp and speaker makers, a large grain of salt must be taken with these claims.

Read up on RMS specifications:

http://www.the-home-cinema-guide.com/speaker-power-rating.html

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Speakers working fine, just no sound from computer. where do i put green end of line?


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HOW TO CONNECT TO COMPUTER


Go to this PDF (link below) and it has detailed instructions and pictures to show you how these connect to the computer.

http://products.bose.com/pdf/customer_service/owners/og_companion2.pdf



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No sound comes from the speakers


Check your PC isn't muted in the MIXER in CONTROL PANEL.



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Sep 06, 2010 | Acer Computer Speakers

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I accidentally connected VS4121 speakers to 240V instead of 120 V


Hey i am also from india. Every speaker unit has a built in fuse unit which protects it from the over voltage. just replace that with a new fuse of same rating. if you are not sure of what rating the fuse is, consult with the electrical shops. and then ask them to give a 240v to 110 or 120v AC to AC dimmer. just use this with your speakers and they will run with no problem. but if it is a serious damage inside then you need to take it to a service center.

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Supposedly a sound card was put into our system. We have taken the CPU back to where we purchased it, and were told that the sound works. We have yet to hear out of these speakers. We have an HP Media...


Take it back to the store where you purchased it, and tell them to let you hear for yourself that there is sound. If there is indeed sound, than you might have the speakers hooked up wrong, or the speakers are just no good. Often times, the speakers are plugged into the wrong port in the computer.

Aug 05, 2009 | Kinyo PS-205 Computer Speakers

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MM50 Speakers-- volume refuses to work


You can download the manual from
http://logitech-en-amr.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3501/session/L2F2LzEvc2lkL2VvbmE0eGdr

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Can I have my Logitech X540 Speaker system thru my tv


HERE is a link to the Z-540 manual. It should help. Connect the green plug from the audio input cable to the "line out" jack on your TV. Do NOT use the black or orange plugs. WIth a 2 channel card like your TV's you will not get sound from the rear speakers unless you enable matrix mode through the remote.

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May 06, 2008 | Logitech X-540 Computer Speakers

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Z-5500 and Windows Vista


Make sure you have the correct drivers for your sound card for Vista.

Try these articles as well:

Manual

Setting up the Z5500 with PC, Mac, Xbox, Playstation, DVD Player, etc.

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