Logitech Speakers Giving Out

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  1. gatorfan5220
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    I am a tad deaf and usually turn the music up high.

    I'm wondering if this is the reason I seem to need to buy new speakers every six to nine months.

    Nine months ago I gotr Logitech speakers with two speakers and a larger black box which I think was for bass.

    Well, the bass went out and the sound from the other two smaller speakers is getting fainter and fainter. This is bad for me as I love listening to music some four to six hours a day.

    What is happening? And, what can I do? I still have the receipts from the purchase last September
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    It seems a little unlikely that the speakers get significantly weaker in less than a year. Logitech usually has very good quality which adds to some doubt in my mind that the speakers are failing. That is not to say they are fading for some reason. I suppose if you are running at ten or higher (obscure reference to Spinal Tap) the speakers may be being blown.

    You MIGHT find some help in the Logitech Speakers forum

    My wife has some hearing loss, possibly from yelling at me so much. She finds that using a headset gives her much better fidelity and clarity of sound. You might consider getting a decent headset.
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    I have two sets of Logitech Z-5500s, and they are several years old now. I crank them up once in a while, and they still have great sound. The above is sound advice, plus getting a hearing aid (if feasible) might be a good idea too.

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