My computer has a built in sound card, however I have my Logitech SoundMan X2 connected to it but every time I play music there is no sound. So I tryed it on my other computer, it was the same deal. Then for some reason or other I connected it to a cassette tape player that had no sound, it came out as clear as rain. What is the problem with my Speakers?
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Re: Logitech speaker problem
Verify that the audio lead is connected to the correct line out on the computer.
Check the sliders in the windows volume control are correct and mute is unticked.
Try plugging some headphones into the computer to hear if the PC is actually producing an output.
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Driver might need to be reinstalled but to confirm this you should attach any other set of speakers of Headphones. However the driver or improper installization of windows xp usually causes this on getting updated. I'm not sure that what windows you are using therefore you can probably just check if the cables are pind in right sockets and that the Speackers are getting power. As far drivers are concerned the Speakers do not have any drivers but the sound card does, therefore if you have not installed the drivers of sound card you may install them now. This may solve the problem hope fully
go to start menu, control panel, sound. Then here go into the Tabs and select the Speakers. Apply, Done !
If it does not work, then I suggest you to contact the Logitech support for a replacement this is an hardware
failure and it's covered by warranty terms.
If you connected to a 5.1 surround card and checked and they are connected ok you can hear all the speakers when you play music, movies that are in 5.1 format only. If you want to hear also all of them if you listen to stereo movies/music you must set the sound card to emulate multi channel. Also the player you use to listen music/wath movies must be set to 5.1 and must accept Dolby Digital/ DTS decoding if your sound card doesn't(eg. VLC media player-has integrated DD and DTS decoding and codecs for all tipes/formats).
you sound computer savy if you built your first computer. if you take a sound card pci and install it see if your speakers work ..most of time we assume because its new everyhing works. test and varify first. ...if you did not build your own computer return to store so you dont void your warrentee.
No you will run into alot of problems and you will destroy *********** board.My advice is that you get a different set of speakers that have a pin with suited size for your sound card. the problem is that the pin of your current speakers is too long for the jack and as a result only contacts for one speaker are fully connected. Your sound card has no problem,but if you realy want these speakers just buy another sound card and install it and hopefully it will work. DONT REMOVE YOUR SOUND PORT it is very risky