20 Most Recent
Questions & Answers
Leftt speaker not working after new GPU
well doing that new GPU Card now has new GPU HDMIL sound channels
so in sound setting change outputs to z323
not told you how the z323 wired to the PC.
mine uses, FIBER optics. and never fails.
the only way to lost LEFT size only is jacks not fully seated (baring hard failures , of the 323)
mine is 900 series, and does fiber. (no hum fiber is king)
yours has no such things.
you are using RCA jack into the speaker right?
NO PC told at all. mine has a custom soundcard, and can do it all, you name it, ALL.
the problem is posting not tell at al what PC this is of endless vast. there are. desktops can do it all. laptops not.
back of the sub has 2 RCA jacks aux input.both must be good and working back to the PC sound card.
the sound card must be set up correcty
and the silly (no GPU card told) card, must be output all turned off on hdmi.
that is all I can do blind , I can not see what you own or what is connected or not.
Z320 speaker system. Why doesn't it turn on?
Maybe the speakers are broken and need to be repaired and the fuses need to be replaced then inside of the speakers. There are people that fixes speakers and see what the problem is and if it can be repaired or not.If the parts can not be replaced then it would be easier to buy new ones than to fix the current ones that you have.
Why does my Logitech z323 sub woofer create static when increasing bass level and how do I fix it?
While a loudspeaker in operation is also a generator, being a coil of wire moving in a magnetic field, amplifier design allows for this back emf so it doesn't cause problems so it is doubtful the drive unit is actually creating static.
It might be due to damp or mishandling among other causes the speech coil of the drive unit is no longer properly aligned and when moving further under increased bass it is rubbing on the magnet. Dust or dirt ingress can have a similar effect.
If it is an active subwoofer it could have an electrical fault (dry joint perhaps or a faulty component creating noise), be overloaded or otherwise mismatched with the amplifier.
Not finding what you are looking for?