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Soun connections alright i have these speakers, the wire connections are coloured as orange,black and green. the top row of connections on the back of my PC go as orange black then gray, the bottom row is pink green and blue. so i plug the wires into the according colored pluges and theres 1 speaker, i believe the back right one or something that doesent work, so i plug the green into the gray plug and all my speakers play, for music, but when im on youtube i get no sound and when im on games some sounds bug out or just dont play when ii know there should be a sound there, please help!! my sound card is realtek ac97 and 5.1 is enabled.

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  • FiftyStorms Jan 18, 2008

    same exact problem & I have had these speakers without a solution now for at least 3 or 4 years!

  • sjoneill Feb 06, 2008

    Didn't receive any set up documentation with my X-540 system, so I am a little confused in regards to the speaker set up.



    Thanks!

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