07-18-2011 11:25 PM
Im getting pretty fed up with this. Noone from Logitech are replaying, and it seems that alot of people having the same issue.
And i do aswell. bought the speakers for 1 week ago, 1 day after i bought them, they bugged out, and now they are living its own life. im lucky if i get any sound at all lately. Most likely they will not turn on, and light 5 on input and Aux are the only thing that seems to work on this **bleep**.
07-19-2011 02:24 AM
I think im starting to find a reason and maybe solution to this bug. Tell me, are you using Optical cabel for connecting your speakers, and which sound card/ motherboard do you have? I have Asus P5K-E, with Soundmax.
I'm getting this bug while pc boots, or shutdowns, because it gives some kind of poping sound while it turns off/on (i had it connected with 3.5mm connectors on old speakers and you could hear it), and that bugs out speakers.Gona try changing driver and report back.
07-19-2011 04:31 AM
I use toslink optical cable connected to a HTPC or blu-ray, or the AUX connection for an iPod. Failed again yesterday. Today you have not already done so. I am doing a performance test, you control the temperature back of the subwoofer and I'll see when it crashes.
Anyway, I spoke with customer service team to Spain to see if it has a solution or after a possible change of the system.
Sorry for the translation of google ... again ;)
07-19-2011 07:07 AM
It is not a heating up issue. This is for sure a manufacturing defect and Logitech is doing nothing about it. I am going to file a case in the consumer courts in India if I see no response.
07-19-2011 10:30 AM
Please contact Customer Support in your region for further assistance and a possible warranty replacement.
08-13-2011 09:48 PM
08-14-2011 05:27 AM
My retailer said it was a common fault. Phone your retailer and describe the problem and ask if you can replace your controller unit and sub with a combo that works, that's what i did. Still no problems here