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Need help with logitech x-620

Umm when i watch trailers for games like killzone 2 the voices are overpowerd by back ground music can anyone help

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My logitech x-620 , is making an annoying sound whenever I start it , does someone know the problem , to give me the solution?

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Re: need help with logitech x-620

This is a common complaint with systems like this, unfortunately it is to do with its design rather than a specific fault. If you are using your speakers with a PC you can go into your soundcard settings (normally an icon in the dock) and adjust the Equaliser. Bring down the bass end and add a boost around 1-2kHz where vocals normally live.

If you don't have an EQ available you can try altering the positions of your satelite speakers. The ideal listening position is all your horizontal plane speakers to be at the same height as your ears and you sub tucked away on the floor. I think logitech usually have a separate bass control on the back of the sub in systems like this so turn this all the way down also.

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