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I have a set of z-680's. The Amp is dead. I was wondering if i could buy a old receiver and connected it to my computer threw the CD in port. ? I know it maybe a dumb question but if i connect just the subwoofer to the reviver will it work even though it has no amp?

What other options do i have, opposed to a receiver.
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Pretty sure Logitech speakers are proprietory, meaning they use special Logitech-only connectors.

Pretty sure you'll just have to fix/replace your Amp.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong here, but every set of Logitech speakers I've seen has had a funky connector on it.
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Yes, get a receiver. Then buy new speakers. Throw out the POS logitech ones.
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Originally Posted by soloz2 View Post
Yes, get a receiver. Then buy new speakers. Throw out the POS logitech ones.
I agree with this...although you could use the speakers with a receiver if you really wanted. You would not be able to use the sub though, and I certainly wouldn't recommend running those speakers full range.
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