Question about Logitech Z-560 Computer Speakers
Z560 that's past its warranty lost all sound from the woofer and only "tinny" sound from the 4 satellites. Every now and then, the entire system begins working all on its own for about 15 seconds, then reverts on its own back to the "tinny" sound. Sure seems like the amp inside the woofer is bad. It's not the sound card since plugging in a Logitech Z2300 system works fine. Tried replugging the wires, jiggling switches, tapping on the heat sink, even pulled the electronics (joy!) and reseated the connections. Everything on the amp pcb looked fine - no burns/scorches. Logitech won't repair it. Seems like the only option is to replace the system. Thoughts?
Try the control center most likely the potentiometer such as the volume knob. try rotating all the knobs repeatedly.
Posted on Sep 03, 2008
Try fixing its amps by simple reheating it. if still doesnt work try replacing its parts... it is certain that it has a prob on the amps.
Posted on Oct 16, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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