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Logitech X-540 5.1 speakers loudly crackle when volume moved up or down

There was no problem for a couple of months, then out-of-the-blue - when I go to change volume (up or down) the volume increases to an extreme yet variable level and is crackly & distorted until I stop moving the volume knob

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Mine does that, its complety ok. Just run them at highish volume for about 30 secs should fix them, its just static.

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

  • blackpearlin Nov 21, 2010

    ummm you may find that the multi channel potentimetre/variable resisitor if you will may be dicky, mine was to i bridged across all channels with solder and just use the volume control in my pc, and for the dead speaker issue, sometimes you need to open the realek manager and ensure that you have selected the right spaeker for the output, mine was a pain, cause there were no instructions, but under test it progressively send a test signal to each speaker

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