Question about Philips (DBMMS460) Computer Speakers
Best guess, you should check that..
A, your speakers are connected correctly (a subwoofer connected to the center output will give you that problem.
B, The input is correct - just like the speakers, if the amplifier input is wrong the wrong noises will come out of the wrong speakers.
C, check the settings in your audio control panel on your PC - make sure you are using the settings for 5.1 surround not 2.1 or 2.0 stereo and check that the option to invert center/subwoofer isn't selected (or if it isn't try selecting it)
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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