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Pc Speakers With Audio Subwoofer

By angrybuffalo979
Mar 15, 2005
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  1. I am using Logitech Z-640 speakers and have been fairly happy with them, however the subwoofer stopped working and I decided to replace it with a more powerful one. I purchased This
    Subwoofer, and am wondering if there is any way that I could use it with my logitech Z-640 PC speakers.
  2. angrybuffalo979

    angrybuffalo979 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    heres a picture of the input connections

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  3. Rockfan1815

    Rockfan1815 TS Rookie Posts: 59

    I'm not sure, but I think if you were to hook up the logitech speakers to the amplifier on the sub you would probably blow them. Anyway I was looking at how the speakers were wired and because all the speakers are connected to the sub, there would be no way to hook up your computer speakers to that subwoofer you bought without a chance of blowing the computer speakers. and also I don't see a really good way to hook all 5 speakers up to it without taking away the true surround sound effect. basically If you can, you should return the subwoofer you bought and use the money to either have the subwoofer repaired or to buy a new set of computer speakers.
  4. angrybuffalo979

    angrybuffalo979 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thank you for youe help...its better than blowing up my speakers I guess
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