20 Most Recent Logitech X-530 5.1 Channel Speaker System Computer Speakers Questions & Answers

Sorry they do not repair these except under basic warranty and even then you get an exchange system.

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Jun 29, 2017

usually it is 0.5 amps. if it still blows, you might have a shorted board.

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Oct 30, 2013

try the 7.1 home theartre configuration or 7.1wide cofiguration speakers in the sound settings

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Jul 27, 2010

You'll only be able to get true surround sound utilizing all the speakers if you have a sound card with multiple outputs (usually color coded as Green, Black, and Orange). Plug the satellite speakers into the subwoofer and run the three input wires (Green, Black, Orange) to your multi-source output.
If you only have one output on your PC (common), you should just connect the green wire and press the "matrix" button on the system. This will just duplicate the sound output into the other channels but is not "real" surround sound.
Hope that helps.

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Feb 07, 2010

just remember look to the color of the cable.. usually the color of the cable match to the outlet on the tv..

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Aug 25, 2009

this is a problem that i have faced as well it is likely that the cable going in to the jack could be loose and you might need to move it a bit, but in your case i think most likely would be that the input jack on the sub for the speaker is broken in that case you should call up logitech and ask technical support to see what they can do for you should be covered by warranty!

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Feb 11, 2009

Sorry just doublechecked your board specs. Go to the sound properties in control panel. Click on the configure speakers option. If everything is plugged in right then windows should configure it for you to a 5.1 config. Hope this helps.

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Dec 27, 2008

Well, if you have a DVD-ROM, all you need is a video card with a s-video out to connect to your TV and then you could put your DVD player in your room and play your DVD's from your PC. Another way to do it (without having to buy anything) is to connect the sound of your DVD player to a stereo receiver and then plug the sub into the headphone jacks and the speakers to the sub.

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Mar 26, 2007

If its a rotory type control simply take the rest out or off the pcb if you can and on the side of almost any varable resistor or pot is a value. Look to see if radio shack has that value or check your local electronic parts supply house and solder back into place But you may not get the exact one as they all have differant mechanical standards as the shaft may be too long or it may not fit on the pcb so you will have to drill into the cabinet and mount where theres nothing in the way and hook the wires to the control from where the old control was. Hope this helps good luck

Logitech X-530... • Answered on Mar 18, 2007

No because the Line OUT to the Sub, won't accept a 3.5mm jack. Logitech audio will only work as one unit, you can't mix and match. They usually make it impossible to get inside them.

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Mar 27, 2021

Sorry Audrey, continuation posts don't work on this site - you need to repost all the information every time you think of something new to tell us...

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Dec 26, 2020

Maybe the speakers are broken and need to be repaired and the fuses need to be replaced then inside of the speakers. There are people that fixes speakers and see what the problem is and if it can be repaired or not.If the parts can not be replaced then it would be easier to buy new ones than to fix the current ones that you have.

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Dec 25, 2020

While a loudspeaker in operation is also a generator, being a coil of wire moving in a magnetic field, amplifier design allows for this back emf so it doesn't cause problems so it is doubtful the drive unit is actually creating static. It might be due to damp or mishandling among other causes the speech coil of the drive unit is no longer properly aligned and when moving further under increased bass it is rubbing on the magnet. Dust or dirt ingress can have a similar effect. If it is an active subwoofer it could have an electrical fault (dry joint perhaps or a faulty component creating noise), be overloaded or otherwise mismatched with the amplifier.

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Sep 27, 2020

https://www.logitech.com/en-ca/product/speaker-system-z313 The speakers have a 3.5mm stereo jack, does your tablet have a headphone output? Connnect a Male-Male 3.5mm stereo cable between the two, The Logitech does not have Bluetooth or USB, so if you do not have a headphone output, you can purchase a Bluetooth receiver, plug that into the Logitech with 3.5mm cable, and Bluetooth from the tablet to the receiver

Logitech Audio... • Answered on Nov 26, 2019

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