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That’s my volume knob/bass knob/power button for my old Logitech Z-4 speakers
I have a quite old set of pc monitors with a subwoofer (Logitech Z-4: most info available on Amazon). I have long lost the manual and cannot find much in the way of specs/architecture online, but I have a question about it.
Something in the set is broken, it sounds to me like the amplifier/active element. One of the speakers is always much louder than the other, but switching their cables shifts the problem to the other speaker. The sound also often drastically changes volume or balance when I touch the volume knob slightly. I have kind of given this up, since it doesn’t look fit for repairs at all, but I was wondering if I could potentially reuse the sub and/or the speakers.
Would I be likely to be correct to assume that the amp/active element is located inside the subwoofer (driving the sub as well as the speakers), meaning that the speakers are passive and would be reusable with another amp? And do you think there is a way I could reuse the sub, seeing that it is likely not itself broken?
It’s part of the Logitech 2.1 system. They sound very good for a $70 system. I only use them for music and Netflix/Hulu as I game with headphones.
Hi – I’m a moron with my PC sound system set up.
I’ve had a Z-4 Logitech 2.1 setup for years now: https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Speaker-System-Subwoofer-Black/dp/B000AM6QHE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1482961539&sr=8-1&keywords=z-4+logitech
My gf just recently got me these: Z333 80 Watt set up – https://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Watts-Multimedia-Speakers-980-001203/dp/B0151K2AB0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1482961574&sr=8-1&keywords=z333+logitech
I just plugged in the Z333 set-up and I don’t know if I’m not used to it but I think my Z-4’s sound better…. but I’m not sure if it’s because I just need to get adjusted to them.
I know – I’m not well-versed in this stuff.