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?
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Re: Logitech R-10 speakers sound problem
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.
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First, check the sound icon on the bottom right corner of the screen and find the sound icon. Double-click it. Is the computer muted? If not...
Did you format your Dell computer recently? If so, do you have the manufacturer's discs that came with the computer? If you did format it, all information on your computer (including the drivers that enable sound) will be erased and you'd have to find/install the driver's again.
The R10 speakers are analog speaker drivers are not needed, you may need drivers for your sound card-- quick test plug a headset into the green port on the back of your computer. if there is sound coming thru then the sound card is fine and you need to make sure your connection are correct. if no sound, plug the headset into the front ports for headphones. if sound is coming thru there but not in back the sound card needs replacement the port is bad.
Download the drivers from this link
Try going through this troubleshooting procedure site first:
If you get no solution from this, there are other similar logitech speaker systems that have had similar problems on initial models. it appears that logitech have been very helpful with replacing speakers in the past if design or product is faulty. Give them a try.
hope this helps:)