Question about Logitech Z-340 Computer Speakers
Check the pin connection it is loose or the pins may be bent. Check Connection to sub hold it in tight if no pins are bent and see if the hum stops. Hope this Helps it is what was happening to my set>GOOD LUCK>If pins are bent straighten them>
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
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