Question about Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers
One of my speakers only works if I apply pressure on the face of the speaker above the tweater. I want to open them so that i can look at the connections but they have no screws. How can i open these? Thank you for your help on this matter. Warm regards, Paul
I have the same problem and you and Nec9. I also tried to open the satellite and fix the speaker. You should note however, the 2.5 inch driver (speaker) is shielded and the fact the speaker only works with pressure applied suggests the problem is inside that sealed speaker. There isn't much you can do. I've looked everywhere for an equivalent Tangband speaker (similar to the one logitech use) but I'm none the wiser. I don't think logitech offer parts either, which environmentally isn't very good.
Posted on Apr 08, 2007
I had this problem as well, I finally figured out that the rubber plugs that allow you to remove the dust cover are able to be pulled off. Get a pair of plyers and just yank em out, which will reveal 4 discreetly placed screws :). I am having the exact same problem you are however, and opening the speakers up did no good for me, the wiring seemed fine but I still get a rattling or complete silence whenever I exceed a certain volume which I can only temporarily fix by applying pressure on the speaker. Let me know if you manage to find anything out and if you solve the problem, I'd like to try it so I don't have to try to find a replacement satellite. Jeremy
Posted on Feb 04, 2007
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