I just recently got a Cyber Acoustics Speaker set model: CA5001
Sound Card: Dynex DX-SC5.1
I have everything installed correctly on my speaker but it seems that the speaker is seemed to be forced to play on a 2.1 surround.
I tried reinstalling the sound card but it did not change anything. One thing I did noticed howeever was that the center and Left Front input on the subwoofer are reversed in color.
All I did for now.
Any suggestions would be much appreciated and thank you for your time.
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Re: Forced 2.1 sorround sound on 5.1 surround sound
Swap the inputs around see what happens
Whether or not the out put is 2.1 or 5.1 has to be the nature of the signal going into the master unit
So have you got the sound card set up right- check sound card software.
Also check the Computer MoBo manual is there a BIOS setting that needs changing?
Also contact the makers website Tech Help if the manual is of no help.
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if the speaker has been at all moved the wire could have broken i currently have a cyber accoustics ca-4400 set and the wires are very flimsy looking and i previously owned a ca-3001 set and the sub wire on the 3001 broke after a simple move up from my basement and i went through like 4 power supplys on it until i just bought a non cyber acoustics supply so cyber acoustics cords are VERY flimsy and that may be why you are getting no sound from your right speaker
1. Find the volume control icon on the bottom right portion of your screen 2. Right click the icon 3. Select change default 4. Cycle through the options until you see the logitech speakers as an option 5. Select this new option 6. If you still do not see the logitech speakers then you need to reinstall them with the provided software. If you do not have software, download it for free from logitech.com
Check speaker wireing make sure all positive and negative connections are correct. What cable are you running from tv or DVD player.check to see that wireing is correct on receiver for sorround speakers. Run audysee sound calibrator set up. Make sure correct settings for sorround sound in bluray player/DVD player
Perhaps the beeping sound you hear at start up is the internal speaker directly connected to the motherboard.
If you Device Manager or your Control Panel/Sound & Audio Devices Properties/Audio tells you that nu such device is installed, what you need to do is re-install the necessary drivers.
To confirm if the sound card is there/working but need drivers, go to your Device Manager, a yellow marked "!" will indicate that that component need drivers/re-installing.
Post back with your motherboard brand/model that we may look for drivers or use the original motherboard CD installers.
Good luck and kind regards.