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I have Logitech Z623 Speaker System and I plugged the bigger Right Speaker cable in while the sub was plugged in the outlet. I heard a pop and now the speakers only hiss. What did I probably break and is it fixable?
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>>1291926

open it up, theres a few options here, my dad screwed up my jbl subwoofer this way,
could be a fuse, could be more.
luckily these things are in general quite easy to fix.
once youve opened it up check for any weird spots or obvious damage and then call back on here.
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>>1291965
>luckily these things are in general quite easy to fix.
unless otherwise...
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Nothing looks broken.. Guess I just bin the thing
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>>1292370
Save the left speaker and do a DIY project to turn it into a microphone (should be really simple)




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