Question about Logitech R-10 Computer Speakers
I recently formatted my computer and I am experiencing trouble with the sound. First of all the sound is not as loud as it used to be and it sounds strange, as if it's music played in a stadium or something. I have tried doing stuff with the settings in Real Tech, but nothing seems to work. Any suggestions?
In control panel, go to hardware and sound, click on realtech audio manager with your logitech speakers plugged in, and then you should be able to chose your speaker configuration. If that doesn't work, try going to sound, and configuring your speaker setup there. Realtech has different settings you can click on, including volume, as well as various equalizer settings which you choose if you want to sound like you are in a sadium, bathtub, etc.
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
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