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    AWESOME Logitech RMA, but have a question.

    So I called Logitech today to RMA my 680's. Extremely helpful, really nice tech support. They asked me what I had done to troubleshoot the problem, and when I told him, he said I pursued all possible avenues (Thanks guys). Gives me a RMA number, tells me they will be sending me a new set of speakers, all I have to send back is the control pod (as proof of purchase). I however get to keep the old speakes. This is awesome, because the speakers work as long as they're not hooked up to a computer. So does anybody know of a way to get them to work without the control pod (the speakers should work with any amp, I'm thinking more of the sub). Thanks again guys. It just seems like such a waste to have perfectly good speakers sitting there...

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    Hmm, all the inputs (analogue and digital) are located on the control pod so im not sure how you can do it. Obviously the spekers themselves can be attatched to anything vis the normal wires. Just not sure about the sub as it uses that funky connector

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    As Stubzz said it uses that 'funky connector' It actually looks like a jack for the old stlye game ports.

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    You might be able to get a control pod on its own off ebay.

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    Had a look already, no such luck

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