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logitech x-530 speakers

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#1 stanogs68


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Posted 17 April 2017 - 01:58 PM

hi i have bought these speakers i have a asus xonar dg pci 5.1 audio card my computer is running windows seven ,ive set the speakers up with the right coloured plugs in the holes ive gone to control panel playback and set it as first 5.1  then 7.1 but the center speaker wont seam to work ive swapped it to another plug and it does work were am i going wrong any help please ,many thanks 

Edited by stanogs68, 18 April 2017 - 06:42 AM.
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#2 smax013


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Posted 27 April 2017 - 10:27 AM

What are you using for the test "sound" to play back? In other words, are you using something that does in fact playback in 5.1? Or in other, other words, are you sure you are using something that is actually supposed to send output to the center channel?

Plugging the center channel wire into another plug spot would just be sending the other channel's signal to the center speaker. This would certain test to make sure there is nothing wrong with the speaker itself, but does not necessarily test that your 5.1 sound is working properly.

I believe you should be able to test the speakers from within Windows. Maybe this is what you are doing (as noted above you don't say how you are testing it). If not, you can try what is suggested in this link:


Edited by smax013, 27 April 2017 - 10:30 AM.

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