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I have a logtech x-530 5.1 speakers i have contected all cables to the woofer except the 3 wires from the right speaker...black,green orange. where do i connect these please or do i have something missing thanks

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I have a surround sound and i am having problems connecting it. I have tried following the colours on each wire but when i come to plug the connectors into back of tv I am stumped. should i plug them into tv/cable or dvd

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hai, Here is the solution. when u cut the PCB from both sides u will find 4 cables i.e. green blue yellow and a copper wire coming from woofer and 3 cables white, red, yellow coming from audio lead. connect the green cable to copper cable and yellow to blue coming from woofer. Now take white cable coming from audio jack.connect this with yellow blue cables of woofer. Now attach Red and Yellow, connect these to green and copper cables of woofer and enjoy. if problem persist then make experiment to make interchanges with red white yellow coming from audio lead to the 2 sections of woofer side. woofer connections green/copper and yellow/blue remain same.
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Hi from one Lakers fan to another 8^) - Yes you do. You need a cable to plug into the
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If you can't find the original cable, get a short (three ft.) standard stereo cable (one that has two cables, a white and red). Just plug one of the cables (the red or the white but it has to be the same color on both connections) into the receiver and the sub-woofer.


You'll be ready to pump up the bass.


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My logitechh x-530 speaker system just quit, all of it. i moved my computor location from across the room and it no longer worked. i have connected and re-connected but no luck.


Just try testing the fuse in the 3 pin plug first, off chance it may have gone. Then, if that shows as OK, and you feel confident, remove the back of the Woofer and make sure that the AC wires have not come loose (can't remember if there is an inline or separate fuse in the woofer, if there is, i'd check that

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Yes you can modify RCA cables to make bare wire tails.
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An RCA cable is 2 wire which is all you would normally need for sub bass speaker level signal.
It may be a good idea to eventually upgrade the wire size if you want really good sub bass as lower frequencies draw more current and so require more copper.

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