Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Hey I've had my Logitech z506 speakers for a few months and all of a sudden they stopped playing (connected to my tv, while playing a game on Xbox) and they light on the main speaker is flashing, and will not play anything, what is happening, how do I fix this?
I don't know for certain but, this is usually a sign of the overload circuit in operation. Speakers are not designed to be used on full volume constantly. Next time this happens try and turn them off for a couple of minutes, when you turn them on again try with the volume lower than when you turned them off. If you are regularly using them at full volume, then maybe it is time to invest in a more powerful set. Buy them by their RMS power output, NOT by their PMPO (peak mean power output) this is already an inflated figure and is usually about 4 times the real power output. I hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: No sound
I've had my speakers for about a year now and all of a sudden they just stopped playing music/sound. I can still hear that 'fuzz' if I put either speaker up to my ear. Everything lights up properly but nothing is being played.
Posted on Sep 22, 2007
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. Alex.
Posted on Jan 18, 2007
It really depends on what the Tv is capable of, and how you want to strategize the connection, but yes, it can be done.
According to the X-530 User Manual , the speaker system comes with an included video game adapter, for hookup with a console. if your LCD TV has stereo RCA output jacks, you could hook up your speakers to it in that fashion. If not, you may have to buy an adapter that converts whatever you have to RCA.
Another way you could attempt to connect it, is to buy a stereo RCA-to-3.5mm (g9) adapter, and connect to your computer's line in (if it's stereo). Your computer would be doing all the speaker sound positioning, and would have to be left on while you're watching TV, but that would work, as well.
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
There must be a control on subwoofer, like a volume control. Turn it and check it. Also check the connections.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
SOURCE: no sound
FOR MACS... Last February(08) I bought the V20 Logitech speakers for my Apple iBook laptop. I got them to work. Hadn't used them for about a year and had forgotten how to get the sound to emerge. I went to System Preferences. Clicked on Sound. I had plugged in the USB. Didn't show up. Unplugged it and plugged in again and there it was! I clicked on it and the sound came through immediately. So wait to plug in the speakers until you have opened Sound. (And Pandora (superb Internet radio station) is playing flawlessly.) I am not familiar with PCs. Sorry.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
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