Logitech x-530 rear speakers and Center speaker not working
I have a custom built computer. Motherboard is the EVGA nForce 750i SLI FTW which supports 5.1 surround sound, however only one outlet gives any sound output and I have 3 jacks. To simplify, one outlet works out of 6, 3 jacks to plug in. I have a choice of the center left and right speakers with the sub, just the center speaker, or the back left and right speakers. How can I get all of the speakers to work?
Re: Logitech x-530 rear speakers and Center speaker not...
You have to go to your audio output setup (try to look for an audio-related icon on your taskbar - next to time display)
setup your audio output for 6 channel or 5.1channel output (depending on software)
follow on-screen description of where to plug in your speaker jacks - green, peach and black.
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You need to connect the Green wire, the black wire and the orange wire. The Green is front speakers the black is rear speakers and the orange is for a center channel. After you have done that you need to go into sound settings for your sound card and make them that way.
coming from the speaker with volume control, there is a cable with 3 jacks, connect them while your computer is running, yellow to pink, green to green, black to blue. a window should open asking what you connected. green is front, yellow is center/sub, black is rear
There are leads that need to be connected to your computer for the Front, Rear, and Subwoofer speakers Not all motherboards have all of these connections Your Logitech manual shows how to connect the speakers correctly if you do not have all of the connections on your motherboard
you sound computer savy if you built your first computer. if you take a sound card pci and install it see if your speakers work ..most of time we assume because its new everyhing works. test and varify first. ...if you did not build your own computer return to store so you dont void your warrentee.
this is just a shot in the dark, but have you attempted to play around with your sound driver's configuration? I'm unfamiliar with the newer Nforce stuff, but try looking around in the sound manager Nvidia uses. It sounds like it's been configured to swap speakers. (As an example, I'm using the realtek audio manager on an asus p5k-vm board myself, and the option shows up as "Swap Center/ Subwoofer Output" in my configuration.)