Hi, I have the Logitech Z560 subwoofer and speakers, don't know how to set up and missing wires for one of the speakers. Do I have to have all the speakers connected? I don't know what speaker is what..... I only have the one speaker tagged, the right rear. How do I tell what speaker goes where and what wire gets plugged into the red or black connecter? Hope you can understand!
The 4 satilite speakers are all the same. You can get new speaker wire at the local Radio Shck or electronics store. They just recomend an 18 gauge wire. When you wire them the red terminal on the speaker is hooked to the red terminal of the sub woofer speaker. On the back of you volume controller there is a place to plug in the wires from your sound card or motherboard. One cable will do the front speakers and another one will do the rear speakers.
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I suggest you to contact the Logitech support for a replacement this is an hardware failure and it's covered by warranty terms.
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i have the subwoofer but not the speakers and sound touch control center, wires or guides due to fact that they are stolen. could you help me fix this problem? i love the old one as i do not want to buy another system.
I repaired Z-560 speakers with a defective left front channel by chopping off one of the input leads close to the 3.5 mm stereo jack that goes into the PC and joining on the leads from a new one. At first I thought the fault lay in the main amplifiers in the sub woofer unit but I was wrong and it turned out to be far simpler to fix than I anticipated.