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No because the Line OUT to the Sub, won't accept a 3.5mm jack. Logitech audio will only work as one unit, you can't mix and match. They usually make it impossible to get inside them.

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Mar 27, 2021

I have a logitech z3 subwoofer with a mini-DIN-9 connector socket. It also has a volume control and 110V power cord. As best as i could trace the circuit, and using the TDA7377 stereo bridge amplifier chip datasheet, the pinout for the mini-DIN is as follows (untested):1: L in (to vol.)2: R in (to vol.)3: Power (12V from transformer)4: Standby (5V to play, 0.05mA; 0V to standby)5: L out6: R out7: Ground8: Ground9: GroundConnecting 3 to 4 with a large resistance (~20K ohms) should enable speaker. Pins 1 and 2 might be swapped; pins 5 and 8 might be swapped. Mini-DIN socket pin holes are numbered right to left, bottom row to top row: 9 8 76 5 4 3 2 1

Logitech Z3 2... • Answered on Mar 01, 2021

Thats because its a 5amp 250Volts. You must have an older model and the beefed up the fuse later in production. mine just blew, unsoldered and about to replace. It states LF.T5AL250V. Hope that helps everyone. Takes about ten minutes to unscrew a good 20 screws, most of them are bolts and have nuts on the back so be prepared to have a pair of pliers handy, takes a 5 dollar solder gun from walmart to heat up the solder in the two points that are holding the fuse, once solder turns to liquid pull one side out, do the same to the other side to free the fuse. Fuse is in some kind of hold that i nearly impossible to remove (if you removed it then your in good shape, replace and solder in again) if you didnt remove it then head to home depot and pick up a small fuse holder and solder the leads in with just cheap solder from walmart. Be sure not to drip any solder over anything else on the board. Overall pretty easy fix.

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Jan 13, 2021

Sorry Audrey, continuation posts don't work on this site - you need to repost all the information every time you think of something new to tell us...

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Dec 26, 2020

Maybe the speakers are broken and need to be repaired and the fuses need to be replaced then inside of the speakers. There are people that fixes speakers and see what the problem is and if it can be repaired or not.If the parts can not be replaced then it would be easier to buy new ones than to fix the current ones that you have.

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Dec 25, 2020


First, remove any games in the system. Start he PS3 and go into the options menu.

In there you should be able to set certain devices for use.

If this does not work. Unplug all controllers and the mic. With the PS3 off, unplug the machine at the back of it, and let it sit for a minute. Plug in the microphone again, and turn on the system (with a game in). It should auto detect and work.

If not, if you have the receipt, take it back to where you purchased it and let them know it may be defective. Also, see if the Microphone itself has a menu option built in.

If not, proceed with the return. Most items such as this for computers and game systems come with built in driver systems so they are automatically uploaded to the system for whcih it is inserted.

If this is not happening, it may have been defective from the start.

Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns.


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Logitech Vantage... • Answered on Nov 20, 2020

While a loudspeaker in operation is also a generator, being a coil of wire moving in a magnetic field, amplifier design allows for this back emf so it doesn't cause problems so it is doubtful the drive unit is actually creating static. It might be due to damp or mishandling among other causes the speech coil of the drive unit is no longer properly aligned and when moving further under increased bass it is rubbing on the magnet. Dust or dirt ingress can have a similar effect. If it is an active subwoofer it could have an electrical fault (dry joint perhaps or a faulty component creating noise), be overloaded or otherwise mismatched with the amplifier.

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Sep 27, 2020

There must be a control on subwoofer, like a volume control. Turn it and check it. Also check the connections.

Logitech R-20... • Answered on Sep 16, 2020

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.


Logitech Z-2300... • Answered on Aug 29, 2020

I doubt the extension cord has something to do with that...Usually if the wires are short it would effect the main unit. Check the wires first,not only of the front right speaker but the others also...if they are short. If there's a fuse in the main unit you might find yourself lucky...otherwise you will have to get it checked by a mechanic.

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Apr 20, 2020

https://www.logitech.com/en-ca/product/speaker-system-z313 The speakers have a 3.5mm stereo jack, does your tablet have a headphone output? Connnect a Male-Male 3.5mm stereo cable between the two, The Logitech does not have Bluetooth or USB, so if you do not have a headphone output, you can purchase a Bluetooth receiver, plug that into the Logitech with 3.5mm cable, and Bluetooth from the tablet to the receiver

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Nov 26, 2019

Go to www.logitech.com and look for instructions there. they also have technical support personel that you can e-mail questions to and they are pretty good at helping.

Logitech... • Answered on Nov 10, 2019

Hi Relyn Recopelacion, as you say, your S100 Logitech, is picking up a nearby radio station because the audio input cable could be wrong or because it is not connected to any device and the cable is making antenna Replace the audio input cable and test Comment what happened Greetings Franco Dosil Hola Relyn Recopelacion, por lo que comentas, tu S100 Logitech, esta captando una estacion de radio cercana porque podria estar mal el cable de entrada de audio o porque no esta conectado a ningun aparato y el cable esta haciendo de antena Reemplaza el cable de entrada de audio y prueba Comenta que ocurrio Saludos Franco Dosil

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Oct 11, 2019

Hi Varghese, control the audio input connection cable on the transmitter, invert the input signals The speaker or amplifier could also be wrong, inside the headset Comment the results Greetings Franco Dosil Hola Varghese, controla el cable de conexi?n de entrada de audio en el transmisor, invierte las se?ales de entrada Tambi?n podr?a estar mal el parlante o amplificador, dentro del auricular Comenta los resultados Saludos Franco Dosil

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Sep 10, 2019

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