Question about Logitech X-530 5.1 Channel Speaker System Computer Speakers
The volume control on my master speaker has unfortunately snapped off after falling off my shelf. It has broken away from the connections inside the speaker, and really would like some advice as to what to do, can i replace the specific parts and fix the volume control. Alternatively can I buy a new speaker separately to the rest of the set. I emailed the technical/product support division of Logitech and gained no further insight into my situation. Your advice on the matter would be greately appriciated Thanking you in anticipation Alex Bristow.
If its a rotory type control simply take the rest out or off the pcb if you can and on the side of almost any varable resistor or pot is a value. Look to see if radio shack has that value or check your local electronic parts supply house and solder back into place But you may not get the exact one as they all have differant mechanical standards as the shaft may be too long or it may not fit on the pcb so you will have to drill into the cabinet and mount where theres nothing in the way and hook the wires to the control from where the old control was. Hope this helps good luck
Posted on Mar 24, 2006
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?· Right click on the speaker icon in taskbar and select volume control options.
?· Put a check mark on "All devices currently playing sound".
?· Make sure you have "The default communication device unchecked".
?· Place a check mark on both speakers and headphones.
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?· In "Control Panel", select "Switch to Classic View", and open "Sounds and Audio Devices".
?· In "Sounds and Audio Devices Properties", click the "Audio" tab, and click the "Volume" of "Sound playback".
?· On the "Master Volume" screen, click "Properties" in the "Options" menu.
?· Add a check mark to "Playback" of "Adjust volume for" on the "Properties" screen, and check marks to "Master Volume" and "Wave" for the control to be displayed, and click the "OK" button.
?· On the "Master Volume" screen, remove the check marks from "Mute all" of "Master Volume" and "Mute" of "Wave".
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