Feedback sound, hissing , in speakers logitech X-540
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Latelety I bough a new pc with a new set of speakers Logitech X-540 5.1. The thing is, since I did the installation I'm having serious feedback problem from all speakers. When I pop up the volume the feedback getting worst and louder.
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Hi bud , What your laptop has is a 2.1 Channel Sound card , and your speakers are a 5.1 Channel Surround Sound system ...So in order to get the Real pure surround sound , Sound out of the speakers you will need to buy a 5.1 Channel Sound card... Hope you come right bud happy new year :)
hi , perhaps during the move your Speakers were damaged and a wire or fuse came lose, i suggest taking it into the shop and having them repair it otherwise you can , but u suffer from losing the warranty, hope this helps bud :)
Hi all, I also purchased a logitech x-540 a few days ago and also have
the center speaker outputting sound when i test or play the subwoofer.
I didn't think this is normal and am now confused. Maybe its a problem
with the audio drivers? MB is a ASUS P6T Deluxe V2 with Soundmax
drivers. Hopefully someone can help to diagnose/ find a soluytion.
Make sure that you have the speaker plugged into the GREEN jack on the back of the computer or sound card. If they are not color coded then make sure it is plugged into the speaker out. Pink is for the mike and Blue is or plain is for input. You probably already know this but sometimes it helps to know if your not sure. Hope this is of some help. Bud
I had the same problem for the longest time with my set of Logitech 540 5.1 speakers. Turns out the solution was pretty simple. All I did was open the Master Volume controller and mute the Microphone. Hissing went to zero. Sound is great now.
To my knowledge, a Logitech X-540 does not need a driver to operate. However, it is the sound card in the PC that would need drivers. Further, the sound card should be capable of 5.1 surround sound system and should have three (3) sound output which includes. All of these would have individual jacks to match the different plugs of the X-540 (green, black and orange plugs). The X-540 in turn would output the 3 inputs to front pair, rear pair, center and sub woofer. The green goes to the front L/R, the black to the rear L/R and the orange to the center/sub.
Perhaps you can post back with the brand/model of your PC , and your soundcard or motherboard. Knowing your OS would also be helpful.
Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back as requested, how things turned up or should you need additional information.