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How did you connect the X-540 speakers to your laptop? Through the headphone jack? Did you need to buy any special cables?

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Hello, if I want to hook up an external audio device such as a speaker to my Toshiba TDP-ET20 DLP Projector, how do I do that?


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You will need to buy a digital coax to an RCA or analog Headphone cable. You will plug the digital coax end of the plug into your "coax out" connection on the back of the project.
The other end will depend on your speakers. If your speakers take an RCA connection (white and yellow cables) then you will buy a Digital Coax to RCA cable. If they take a regular headphone jack then you will need a Digital Coax to 3.5mm headphone jack converter, and plug the headphone jack into your speakers.

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I have just bought the logitech x-540 speakers and have found that they have 3 input cables (one for each of the left, right and centre speakers). However my laptop only has 2 input 'holes'. The...


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...
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Jan 06, 2010 | Logitech X-540 Computer Speakers

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Can 2.1 pc speakers work thru headphone jacks?


No it's not possible to have a sound. Because the HDMI and the Headphone (3.5mm jack) are on two different technologies.

The monitor does not have a way to convert the sound from HDMI to Headphone.

There could be a converter that might convert the sound signal from HDMI to headphone (but I'm not sure).

Aug 30, 2009 | Logitech X-540 Computer Speakers

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How do I connect my Logitech X-540 speaker to my laptop an


I just opened my Realtek HD Audio settings and clicked on 5.1 sound.. then assigned the different ports.
Make sure you have the latest audio driver update for your soundcard, and go through the software options, it'll be there somewhere..
If you think you might have a RealTek soundcard, you can find newest Realtek HD audio drivers here:
http://rapidshare.com/files/173930788/Vista_R211.zip

Has XP support too. Install and reboot, then the 'red' realtek volume icon should appear in the bottom right hand corner of the screen.
You'll find the settings manager in there.

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Dec 23, 2008 | Logitech X-540 Computer Speakers

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I speakers to my laptop


You need an amplifier between Laptop/PC jack to drive the high power speakers/subwoofers. Or buy the special system like Logitech's Speaker system (speakers-subwoofer) that has a built in amplifier already designed for PCs/Laptops. Radio shack has amplifiers of various inputs and power levels.

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How does Logitech X-540 speakers connect to a laptop? Do you connect them through the headphone jack? Do you need to buy any extra cables?


see it is a 5.1 speaker system if your laptop comes with 3 audio jacks with colours green black and pink then all your speakers works if you have only two jacks tht is one jack for audio and other is microfone then u only your woofer and 2 speakers works in speaker cables ther will be two cables connect the green one to green jack your sound plays if u have totally 3 jacks connect the 2nd cable to black one(non microfone jack)check this out this works

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you have to buy an External 5.1 sound card .. i suggest you buy the creative external sound blaster live .. high quality with lower cost

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