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You just plug out and find out that u plugged ur middele speaker in its perfect socket

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I bought a x-530 5.1 and i cant seem to get all the speakers to work


First you have to connect them correctly to your sound card (green=Front, Black=back, orange= central+woofer)
Then set your sound card from it's drivers to 5.1 output.
All 5.1 sound cards should have a 5.1 sound test for each speaker, if not try a mp3 in windows media player.
Remember you have to set 5.1 output in each program to have sound in each speaker.

Feb 14, 2011 | Logitech X-530 Computer Speakers

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One speaker has noise in it all the other are fine rh front speaker if i swap over speakers the problem still persists


What Kind of a noise is it, and is it characteristic of a single speaker [so is it this one speaker making the noise regardless of where you put it] or a single speaker jack [or is it a single port on your central unit that is causing the noise]? If you're experiencing a hum or sqeaky sound on any speaker that you attach to your central Unit, then the actual port that you're connecting the speakers to is mulfunctional. Otherwise make sure, you dont have any speaker cables running past any high voltage applicances, or even any equipment near such appliances. Another alternative would be to make sure that you speakers aren't torn inside

Jun 19, 2009 | Logitech Z-5500 Computer Speakers

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Can you get sound if you are missing the central speaker?


Self powered speakers are configured to get their voltage from a source outside the PC, so you'll need to replace the central unit that provides the power or replace the speaker system. As for a replacement you can Google the Brand Name and model of the speaker and you may find a source for a replacement that way.
Good luck.

Feb 12, 2009 | Dell 5650 Computer Speakers

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No sound, cenral and rear speakers Dell 5650 speakers


the surround sound speakers connect to the computer by way of three connectors. the system should have come with an adapter that plugs all three connectors into one green connector. if you color match that green connector into the computer you should get sound out of the central and rear speakers. not sure if the surround sound will work correctly for movies, but you should get sound

Jan 20, 2009 | Dell 5650 Computer Speakers

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No sound with the front speakers


Sound to headphones comes from the pre-amp stage of most units otherwise they wouldnt be able to handle the power output . 150 watts into your ears ouch lol .
So it sounds like your slave amp has gone down on one channel . a slave amp is the final output stage and the power stage to the speakers . to make sure it is the amp change your speakers over if the sound then works from the speakers that had been dead then its the amp and requires an engineer to check it out with the prospect of a new output IC or final stage / capacitor replacement

unskilled persons should not attempt to repair electronic equipment as it is unsafe to do so , and may cost you far more in the long run ?. Regards Vortash

Aug 26, 2008 | Denon AVR-1802 Receiver

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Home surround sound system and the speakers give nothing but staic. When I hook up a pair of earphones to the central unit, I get audio.


disconnect the system from power and reconect it again.
spray a contact cleaner in the place of headphone and insert the headphone plug in-out many times.

Jun 28, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Sound


I dont Believe you can! If its the central speaker its made to be louder if look at the tech details here:
http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-X-540-5-1-Speaker-System/dp/B000JJM8XE/ref=dp_return_1?ie=UTF8&n=172282&s=electronics
it says 15.4 watts for central channel
unless you know how to wire in resistors then i cant think of anything else

Dec 19, 2007 | Logitech X-540 Computer Speakers

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Problem with 'central' speaker output


took apart my reciever and found that the blue relays in back in the middle are starting to malfunction. I tapped on them and they clicked. When I tapped the right one, i got the sound back in my center speaker.

Oct 30, 2007 | Sony STR-DE545 Receiver

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Have no sound on front and rear speakers...


looking at the front of the unit take the left side pannel and replace the fuses. ive had to do that with mine several times because of the same problem

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