Question about Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers
Hi, ive had my logitech Z-2300 system for about 1.5 years now. My right speaker randomly didnt have sound, so i tried plugging it into the left speaker outlet on the subwoofer and suddenly it worked. so i kept unplugging and replugging, and suddenly my right speaker worked again for like a minute, then it stopped working, no sound. And the sound wont come back.First i thought maybe dust or something but ive cleaned it, and i have all necessary drivers. Is my subwoofer defect? Can i fix it my opening it up? Please help, Alex
I had this very same problem and I had my system for about 2 weeks. I have seen a lot of similar posts on this site so it seems that this problems happens a lot. For some reason my right speaker just stopped working so i came to this site for help. I looked at alot of posts and nothing fixed the problem. when i switched the right speaker to the left input it started to work so I knew the speakers were fine. So i finally decided to unplug everything and restart my laptop. Once my laptop rebooted I plugged the sub back into the wall after about a minute of it being not plugged in. Then I plugged all the the wires and volume control back into the sub and turned the switch back on. Make sure the volume control is down when you plug everything back in. Then plug the wire into the device, which in my case was a laptop, and start to play some tunes. Right away everything was working perfectly fine again and no problems ever since...for me atleast.
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Posted on Feb 18, 2009
What was pyro's solution #1 that worked? I can't find it in this thread.
Posted on Aug 29, 2020
The fix is don't monkey around. Simply reverse the cable leads from computer to the box.
Posted on Jan 06, 2012
I just had the same problem minutes ago. The right speaker is out. I searched google for answers then I chose one of the results which is this page. Amazingly, I tried the solution #1 by pyro. and guess what? the right speaker went on again. But what did cause this problem? It is better that we know so we can avoid it from happening again, it might truly broke the speakers... BTW. Thank you very much!!!
Posted on May 27, 2010
My right side was out and I almost broke it down. I went on this site read for about three minutes tried the input jack to my computer and solved my problem.
Good job people!
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
I had the same problem, except with my left speaker. I tried Pyro5389's suggestion, and now everything works perfectly!! Thank you so much!!!
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
You will need to take the speaker apart and with an ohm meter or continuity tester, measure the resistance of the speaker, at the two terminals at the rear of the speaker magnet, to see if that circuit is "open" ("open" is a reading of no resistance, or no continuity). If it is open, you have no choice but to replace the speaker. If instead the speaker measures a low resistance, or the meter indicates continuity (a meter might indicate continuity with a beeping sound), then do the following: measure the resistance/continuity of the wires which lead from the speaker magnet, to the output terminals on the outside of the speaker "box". Also, some speaker manufacturers install small fuses inside their speakers. Even if the fuse does not look "blown", test it for resistance/continuity. Good Luck!
Posted on Mar 30, 2007
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