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Adding 2 speakers to x-240 kit

Is it possible to modify the setup of the speakers by inserting an additional "y" connector to add 2 more speakers to the 2.1 speakers included in the package already, thereby allowing me 4 speakers and the additional subwoofer??

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Sure It will work, doing it that way 2 speakers will be left, 2 will be right and your sub will just play the deep sounds from one or both channels.

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The connectors for the Logitech products are color coded as explained. The connectors on the sound card may not be color coded or a different color coding maybe used depending on the manufacturer of the sound card. Check the manual for the sound card to make sure the correct connector is connected from the Logitech speaker to the sound card.
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  • When a software DVD player is being used to watch a DVD, the audio output needs to be set to surround sound mode. Please refer to the user manual for the software DVD player to check the settings.
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