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As per title. Speakers connected to TV cut out after a while. Light on speakers slightly dimmed after they cut out. When I turn them off and back on again they work fine for a while until they cut out… Read More
Resali Avatar
6m, 3w agoPosted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
As per title. Speakers connected to TV cut out after a while. Light on speakers slightly dimmed after they cut out. When I turn them off and back on again they work fine for a while until they cut out again. What could be the problem?
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6m, 3w agoPosted 6 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
the batteries are running low? oO
are they mains powered.. do you have an amp?
explain your set up.. that may help someone help you better.. a brand also would help as it could be a common issue with a certain model etc
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Are they Bluetooth?
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Dawsy
the batteries are running low? oO
are they mains powered.. do you have an amp?
explain your set up.. that may help someone help you better.. a brand also would help as it could be a common issue with a certain model etc

Hi. Good point. Here are a few more details. It's a mains powered system: Logitech Z323 Speaker System (Website). Not Bluetooth. It connects to the TV via headphone socket.

Edited By: Resali on Dec 27, 2016 16:56
#5
I had the similar problem with the Logitech Z213 2.1 Speakers. They did exactly the same. After research euro directives say things should power down after three hours if they receive no signal. Also had this problem with a sound bar. I took both back to Argos.
I ended up buying (from Maplins) Logitech Z200 Multimedia 2.0 Speakers . These have no sub woofer but don't suffer cut outs/time outs. The speakers are very good and the bass can be adjusted on them. They now work very well with my Sony TV.

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