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Logitech speakers X-530, slow playback!!

Just hooked up new speakers Logitech X-530 to my PC. Playback gets interupted. Itunes, streaming radio, and direct CD. Playback slows down and or stutters. didn't happen with my old speakers. Please help

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Hi,
Launch Sounds in Control Panel
Then in the Sound Control Panel right-click on Speakers and select Properties
Navigate to the Enhancements tab and check Disable all enhancements.
IMPORTANT: You MUST have Disable All Enhancements checked even if none of the enhancements are specifically enabled
Then click OK and close the Control Panel.
This should hopefully fix your problem

Good luck

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