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Logitech Z623 subwoofer issue

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This just started cropping up recently, but occasionally the subwoofer on my speakers will cut out for apparently no reason. I bought the system used on Amazon about 6 months ago, so warranty or return isn't an option. I've found that just shifting the subwoofer around or giving it a sharp tap will temporarily resolve the problem, but I don't want to make things worse by continuing to do this. Anyone have an idea what the likely culprit is and what I can do about it?

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Bump. Still looking for help with this if anyone has ideas.

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Unforunately, it seems this isn't a very easy to fix problem. I looked around a bit and it seems that this is just a common quality problem. Appears to be a pretty common story on this generation of Logitech Speakers, unlike the Z2300 and z5500 days, as many have said the quality of the cables and parts have just gotten worse.

I'd say instead of trying to fix it yourself, just claim warranty. Logitech warranties the z623 for 2 years, so you're warranty should still be good in contrary to what you say. I would just send it in for warranty. It costs money yes, but its better than having to buy new speakers.

OR if you want to buy new speakers I would get some Klipsch Promedia 2.1 or Swan M10s if you can find them.

Here is a linky to the warranty terms for your speakers.
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Thanks for the help. I'll give them a call and see what can be done.

 

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Originally Posted by lynnperformance View Post

Logitech warranties the z623 for 2 years, so you're warranty should still be good in contrary to what you say. I would just send it in for warranty. It costs money yes, but its better than having to buy new speakers.

 

The only reason I figured it wasn't within warranty was because the seller said that when I asked before purchase. I guess it's possible they just say that for everything they sell to cover themselves in case a warranty is denied. Anyway, like I said, thanks for your help!

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Sure thing. Good luck!
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