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Good morning all. I have the Logitech z4 2.1 speakers and one of them is sounding "rhaspy". Does anyone know how I can fix this or replace this speaker? Or is there a 2.0 speaker system that I can just plug into the Logitech sub? Thanks. I'm leaning towards replacing this system with a creative set up. This is what I have now http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16836121130.
    
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With speakers (and most other things here), your budget really matters. I am not an expert on fixing speakers so I am not going to mislead you there, but I can recommend a good pair of replacements.
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Well... I replaced the z4's with some satellite speakers from z5500. I guess problems solved? Bass sounds heavy...... not sure if that's a problem.
    
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