I bought the Logitech X-240 speakers 31 days ago-- come to think of it I may have had the problem from day 1 but didn't really notice. The right speaker barely has volume and makes a static-y ticking sound. The left speaker is fine and compensates for the right, so I only just noticed tonight that I've really only had one working speaker and the subwoofer.
I checked as much of the sound/speaker settings as possible and believe I have it hooked up right.
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mine did the same thing today , i just bought these new 2 weeks ago . the black prong speaker works in both ports ..
the yellow prong speaker is the one with the malfunction .
it works sometimes but when i turn up the volume louder it dies out .
Hi all, I also purchased a logitech x-540 a few days ago and also have
the center speaker outputting sound when i test or play the subwoofer.
I didn't think this is normal and am now confused. Maybe its a problem
with the audio drivers? MB is a ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 with Soundmax
drivers. Hopefully someone can help to diagnose/ find a soluytion.
I live in the Netherlands and i hear radio from UK, Russia and other languages. It's true it's in evening. Weather here now are rain in thunderstorm, i thought thunderstorms maybe could be the problem. Yesterday evening i heard nothing of the radio station. Hearing that radio staions is against FCC rulles. So it's possible to complain about it to radio stations. Im going to contact Logitecht tmorrow about this problem. I keep you updated.
sounds like a loose connection somewhere inside that particular speaker. You could open it up to check for a loose or separated solder joint. The safe option would be to return to place of purchase and exchange for a new set.
Liamog, i bought the exact same speakers and sound card, and i had the exact same problem as you. I tried for days to fix it and it turns out that its only a setting you have to enable in your sound card settigns. If you go into your EAX console for your creative sound card you will find a thing that sams CMSS 3D, and all you have to do is select the button that says Enable CMSS 3d surround.
I hope this will fix your problem.