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Logitech z-680 system


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#1 cornflakes2

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Posted 31 December 2015 - 10:08 AM

I have a used Logitech z-680 pc speaker system.  It's been great for the one year that I have owned it so far but today 3 of the 5 speakers just stopped working in the middle of some music I had playing.

 

The sub itself works fine and the center speaker as well as the right front, but the back left, back right just stopped working.  

 

I didn't have it on that loud (volume was around 35% on the unit but 100% on my PC).  I think I read somewhere that some people said the PC volume should only be 80% and was wondering if the 100% PC volume setting could have damaged the sub/amp where the wiring for the speakers is connected?

 

The actual speakers themselves work because I tested them in the center speaker plugs and sound came through the speakers but they don't produce sound when plugged into their respective slots.  So I think something in the sub/amp unit is wrong.   

 

Is there a way to fix it, or replace a part (ie. a fuse?) in the sub/amp unit if I open it up?

 

 



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