Question about Logitech X-530 Computer Speakers
A4ankur: are you even sure that your PC's sound card supports 5.1? If in fact it does, it should have far more slots than you describe. If it does not, you should look into purchasing a new one in order to correctly utilitze your new speakers. This will involve going into the case of your PC but it is not a daunting task. I wouldn't purchase the cheapest one I could find. Nonetheless, they are not terribly expensive. Just make sure you get a PCI sound card and that is in fact 5.1. Many come with a number of output options and that would be recommended.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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