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Old 8th December 2012, 10:10 PM   #1
Zertman is offline Zertman  United States
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Default Making a rear line-out for the Logitech z5450

I have the Logitech Z-5450 speakers and they work fine except the rear speakers interfere with my wifi network and wireless phones. I want to use a separate amp and different speakers for the rear sound. To do that I need to solder in a rear line out from the control pod but I can't figure out where to solder in the wires. I already cut the wire for the antenna so the control pod cannot send any RF signals. I need either a circuit diagram of the control pod's PCB or just tell me where to solder in the wires. Please help.
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