Question about Logitech X-230 Computer Speakers
I recently bought these logitech x-230 speakers and whilst one (the right one - which doesn't have the power button on it) works fine, the other doesn't produce any sound at all.
I've tried plugging the speaker system directly into my mp3 player and this solves the problem as both speakers work fine, however the same cannot be said for when its plugged into my computer.
I think it might be a problem with the jack as if I pull it slightly out of the port then the sound comes out both speakers but is very tinny.
Do I need to get a 3.5mm jack instead of the standard 2.5? Or could it just be my sound card doesn't support them? Please help as I'm clueless.
As long as the jack you are using fits snug into the port, they will be the right size. I am sure that they are the same size. As for the jack port, some can be finicky like that. It is more than likely your sound card that is at fault. You can check the connection on your card by removing it with the computer off and inspect it for a loose connection within the jack port and around it. Plug in the speakers slowly and see where it is not contacting. Some do it yourselfers can fix this by replacing the port or re soldering a bad connection
Posted on Nov 19, 2007
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