z-680 control pad for z-2300?
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I saw a add on Craigslist for a Z-2300 sub woofer. It does not have the control pad. I have some old Z-680 speakers sitting around (no amp) so I wanted to buy the z-2300 sub and use the z-680 speakers and control pod with the z-2300 amp and sub. The z-2300 and the z-680 use the same 15 pin cable.
I found this site witch can tell me witch pin does what for the z-2300
Logitech Z-2300 Remote Control Pod Disassembly blog.jseaber.com
I need help finding out what pin does what for the z-680
So I opened the z-680 control pod up and looked at where the 15pin wire was connected to the circuit board . I need some help identifying what they mean and witch ping its connected to.
1st one +8 on top of it j6 on the side and a arrow on the bottom.
2nd says G
3rd says SB
4th says G
5th says RR (rear right)
6th says RL (rear left)
7th says C (center)
8th says S (subwoofer)
9th says FR(front right)
10th says FL (front left)
11th says G
12th says G
13th says -18
14th says G
15th says +18
I doubt you will be able to use a Logitech z-680 control pod (digital) on the Logitech z-2300 system (analog). If you are looking for a control pod for z-2300, you might be interested in this one: Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers Control Pod Black Version: Logitech Z-2300 Computer Speakers Replacement Control Pod New Black Version Wired Remote Volume Control
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