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Hi there bud , 1st thing you want too do , when speakers are showing signs of trouble, take it into shop and ask them too fix it , Luckily you have your warranty ...Dont let it carry on without taking it in...Hope you come right Bud Happy new year
Logitech equipments are usually pretty good. It should be under warranty so I would not try to fix it yourself.
If you bought your product new from an authorised dealer, your expensive speakers would still be under the normal Logitech 2 yeas sound systems warranty: consult your warranty terms an contact both your dealer and Logitech support.
Hope it helps. let me know how you go.
If the speakers are still under warranty its best not to open them. You will lose your warranty. If the speakers are still under warranty, take them back to where you bought the speakers and ask them to replace the product.
But to make sure the speakers are working, plugg the green audio jack into another source to see if its the speakers or your pc. helps to narrow down the problem to a single source (pc or speakers), turn the volume up and down to test them completly.
If the speakers work with a ipod or a similar device, it could be your computer that is the problem.
hi, warranty! get warranty service! you may have faulty sound card in pc. whatever the case, i would get service while you have warranty and the fact it is the same with other set of speakers. are you using same output wire to test second set of speakers? and i am guessing this computer is newer model, so all the drivers should be up to date. check connections again, then get warranty service. have a nice day! hope this helps! glen
Bad board, inside of your speaker system, time to RMS or use the warranty, if you register your product, this could be easy.
Some boards , depending on energy at home voltage, etc, can be damage, and sometimes fried the board, for a energy fluctuation. Consider to use warranty, or RMS, in this case.
As you said, you have warranty yet, use it! but, if you don't wish to use ti, you can buy a new pair of speakers, and use with montego bay or creative labs, USB sound card, and see if work fine, this should fix the problem.
Assuming that the speaker is plug in to the PC and power is also applied to the speaker - If the PC sounds comes out of the headset but not on the speakers, then the speakers are defective.
Being new/recently bought, your best course of action would be to bring the unit back for replacement or at least the speakers since trying to repair it would void the warranty. Please remember to bring proof of purchase, warranty card or whatever document(s) are required for this sort of complaint.
Good luck and kind regards.