Question about Logitech X-230 Computer Speakers
I recently installed the X-230 speakers on to my PC. The audio voices come across as really high pitched as if they are cartoon characters. It reminds of the old days of phonographs when the voices were really high pitched if the record was played at a higher speed. This is running on Windows XP with Foxfire Mozilla. The internet connect is a cable modem at 5 megabytes.
This is possibly a sound card issue. Your card may itself may need updated drivers. Go into device manager and find your sound card and see if they have any updated drivers from there website. If you happen to have another sound card throw it in and see if it does the same thing. Last but not least is these speakers will work with a MP3 or other device, plug into them and see how it sounds, if your having the same problem with lets say a cd player or mp3 then the speaker itself is faulty.
Posted on Sep 15, 2007
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