01-05-2009 04:43 PM
01-07-2009 12:35 PM
01-07-2009 02:10 PM
01-08-2009 01:24 PM
Posting questions about different products in one thread, (thread jacking) is not a good way to get those questions answered. It gets confusing to everyone and makes searching for answers a nightmare. Please post in a new thread if you don't find an answer in another thread.
01-09-2009 06:21 AM
Hi All, had exactly thisH problem, cured mine eventually by changing the supplied adapter to the european 2 pin and as we use the 3 pin plug here in the UK had to use a 3pin to 2 pin adapter plug/socket.
As soon as I did this the unit worked fine, and a lovely sound it is, well done Logitech, head and shoulders above the rivals once again.
01-10-2009 10:08 AM
2-pin? That's mono. You need at least 3 conductors to get stereo. Even if that works, it's not a good solution.
FYI I finally got a reply from tech support and they said it was defective without any of the usual try this try that nonsense. Offered to send me another one. So what are the odds that BOTH of my brand new Pure-Fi Anywhere 2 purchased from different places are defective. Zero IMHO. What are the odds that another one that is sent will have this obviously design flaw fixed? Zero as well.
I've returned both. I just wish the flaw was confirmed by Logitech and they rev the hw.
01-10-2009 05:19 PM
01-11-2009 04:36 PM
2 Pin "Mono" ? what are you talking about man!!!! I think your a litle confused mate, I'm talking about the power suppy, and I suggest you take a second look at yours.
Do the 3 green LED's light up when you plug in and switch it on? if thet don't then you obviously have a faulty power supply via the adapter.
And weather it's powered by a 2 pin or 3 pin makes no difference to the unit itself, thats just the way it is in a particular country. some use a ground to earth some dont, the PureFi is double insulated so you dont require an earth.
01-12-2009 11:59 AM