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Kyle Lee Posted on Apr 22, 2007
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Speaker problem I've had these Logitech z-2200 speakers for 3 years now and the sub is starting to pulse and it seems to be getting worse every time I turn it on. Is there any way I can fix this?

  • liberties02 Dec 22, 2008

    I have the same problem, it's driving me nuts. The bass is constantly irritated, like a thunderstorm is playing in the background. It continues if you pull the line in plug from the back of the computer.

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Hi, can you please elaborate on "sub is starting to pulse". Assuming initially that by pulse you mean that the sub produces a thumping sound when turned on, then: in some cases, this would be even considered normal; if you have not experienced this before except lately, then it is possible that the amplifier powering the sub is in question. Chances are that you have a leaky/defective capacitor in that section. The basic repair would involve remove/check/replace (if needed) but if you are not comfortable working with a soldering iron and a VOM, it would probably be best to have an electronics tech work on it. Hope this works out for you. Good luck.

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