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Logitech wireing setup for Z-540

I have a Logitech Z-540 speaker system 4.1 and I am not sure where the wires (Green and Black) go into my computer that have (green/pink/blue) inputs?

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  • Edward Stewart
    Edward Stewart May 11, 2010

    You need to specify which outputs your computer actually has.

    Man computers only have 3 places to plug in cables one is an output line level one is an input line level and the third is a mic input.

    What type of computer do you have if it is a customer built PC what type of motherboard and sound card?

    If it a prebuilt (dell hp etc) what is the manufacturer and model number?

    Thanks

  • Starla Sersland
    Starla Sersland Sep 25, 2012

    sorry, but NONE of that info is needed to answer my question. The system I HAVE has a phillips subwoofer, 2 speakers, AND a volume control knob that plugs IN to MY towers INPUT for sound *( right where headphones would plug in ) I have thought about wiring another plug onto it, as I am not comfortable with soldering, But I was HOPING I could BUY the replacement volume control with the new green wire attached : ) you see ???

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Hi,

To my knowledge, a Logitech X-540 does not need a driver to operate. However, it is the sound card in the PC that would need drivers. Further, the sound card should be capable of 5.1 surround sound system and should have three (3) sound output which includes. All of these would have individual jacks to match the different plugs of the X-540 (green, black and orange plugs). The X-540 in turn would output the 3 inputs to front pair, rear pair, center and sub woofer. The green goes to the front L/R, the black to the rear L/R and the orange to the center/sub.

Perhaps you can post back with the brand/model of your PC , and your soundcard or motherboard. Knowing your OS would also be helpful.

Hope this be of help/idea. Pls post back as requested, how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

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Here are a few basic steps. they seem abit logical but just have a double check on them.

1. Check that you speakers are plugged in.
2. That the wire going into the back of the computer is going into the green imput (that is for the speaker sound to come out)
3 If you have a combination of speakers make sure they are all wired properly.

If your sure all the wiring is right. Check to see if the volume on the status bar at the bottom left of your desktop is turned on. This will be a small speaker double click on it, check to see if the volume is turned on.

If all this is correct it may be a driver problem. If so come back and let me know and I will guide you through the drive troubleshooting for this.

Sean

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