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My dad has an old 5.1 Logitech X-530 (previously mine after I got a Logitech Z4) and the subwoofer is failing on him. The warranty is out, so not like I can RMA it.

Is there some way that I can get a standalone subwoofer that will do the same as his old one? Or should I just get newer speakers?

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Uh... bump?

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I'm not aware of the wiring kit for the Z4, but if it's the same as the Z3, then unfortunately, no unless you can find another Z4 sub, I'm assuming all power, pc connectivity and speaker ports are attatched to the back of the subwoofer housing..?

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Your only chance is to find a replacement Z4 sub.

One thing to be aware of is that there might be different revisions of the Z4, so you might face issues there as well >.>

You'd have to do a little research. Honestly, new speakers are always easier >.<

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[quote name='Mindovermaster' timestamp='1367609629' post='595671232']
My dad has an old 5.1 Logitech X-530 (previously mine after I got a Logitech Z4) and the subwoofer is failing on him. The warranty is out, so not like I can RMA it.

Is there some way that I can get a standalone subwoofer that will do the same as his old one? Or should I just get newer speakers?
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Ebay? The sub on these is the amp as well, so it's 90% of the whole setup. You can, however, hook those speakers up to any home audio amplifier, if you just want to keep the speakers.

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Umm, guys, I'm trying to repair my dad's X-530.

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[quote name='Mindovermaster' timestamp='1367779472' post='595673578']
Umm, guys, I'm trying to repair my dad's X-530.
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Well the same goes for that system and most other Logitech systems. Everything connects to the sub so you can't just get any other sub and replace it.

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