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Old 08-05-2017, 07:31 PM
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Default SP2500 satellites with dead woofers

Hello,
How can I utilise my speakers without its woofer(dead). I was searching on net and found that bose companion speakers have the same type of 4pin connector. Can I use sp2500 satellites with bose woofer system? or any way to make them stereo speakers without woofer. Like I did with my old creative 2.1 after its woofer died an instant death using rca (red/white) to 3.5mm y cable. 4 pin converter or something.
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p.s: out of warranty. aw.

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Old 08-06-2017, 07:38 AM
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We won't know what will work with other speakers as the connectors may be the same, but the wiring could be different.
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Old 08-14-2017, 12:49 PM
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Default Parts are available for user DIY?

Can corsair provide PCB or whatever is damaged inside of woofer?
I haven't opened it yet. But I searched all over internet(including Corsair forum) and people are reporting about its pcb and dead psu. I can pay for it if require. It will take some time to get a brand new speakers set. Most likely audio engine or bose this time.

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