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Logitech Z-5500 Work Just with Optical And Coaxial cable

Hi to everybody,my z-5500 works only with the Optical and Coaxial cable Input.When i want to listen the music at Direct 96-24 (6ch)Input , it works a few minuts and after that he shut down.Anyone know who's the problem ? Please help me and sorry for my english! Thank you very much

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    michael28474 Apr 30, 2012

    I have the same problem!!

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I think its something to do with your operating system, since you have said its works for few min.

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