Use a clear silicone based sealant (similar to the type used for caulking and in fish tanks)
I'm guessing you used CA or superglue, and thats what melted your plastic, you're using too much also most likely.
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As I seem to recall the very first version was powered by the computer and as such may not be compatible with your Mac. I may be thinking of Apple's Clear speakers though? Do your HK Soundsticks have a power adapter or AC cord?
Find some adhesive such as Liquid Nails or Gorilla Epoxy and put a small amount on the speaker that has become dislodged. Make sure that the area where you put the adhesive will come in contact with the rest of the speaker tower.