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john smith Posted on Feb 08, 2007
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Logitech X-530 Computer Speakers

Hi there I have recently purchased Logitechs X-530 Computer Speakers which im sure your aware are 5.1, for some reason i can only get sound out of the front 2 speakers and the sub. Are there any suggestions to help me as this problem is so frustrating, thanks

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  • john smith Feb 09, 2007

    Hey wat do you know it worked thanks a lot ill be here again if encounter probs, Hopefully ill never talk to you again lol

    Thanks

  • tynecub Dec 30, 2007

    Have not got a solution, but have the same with the speakers with a realteck soundcard.

  • Kylee Sep 29, 2008

    The centre front and two rear speakers are not working? Im aware of the soundcard issues but am not sure what size soundcard i have? Ive heard on the grapevine that these speakers can be plugged directly into the tower but I cant find corresponding outlets????? Please help!!

  • samani_93 Jan 16, 2009

    i have a samsung m55 laptop and this laptop only has one headphone jack but i have bought the 5.1 logitech x-530 does anyone know how i can get sound out of all 5 speakers not just the front 2 ?

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There should be a setting in your sound card, assuming it is a 5.1 surround card, that allows the card to split the signal from two input connections (normally the normal speaker input'green' and the mic input'pink')into the required 5.1 output.

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Have not got a solution, but have the same with the speakers with a realteck soundcard.

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