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Chaintech AV710 Sound Card and Logitech 5.1 Speakers: only 2 speakers work

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by chibahawk, Feb 16, 2005.

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  1. chibahawk

    chibahawk Thread Starter

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    I cant get these things to work together I think I just dunno what Im doing..

    Installed my PCI card and setup my speakers and plugged em in etc.. Installed the drivers for 7.1 sound as the instructions suggested for me to do, even though my speakers are actually 5.1 (Logitech X-530) wonder if thats whats wrong...anyway

    now my woofer works and so do my front two speakers but my other 3 are left out..what to do?

    Thanks all!
     
  2. CarlssonMB

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    I'd say install the 5.1 drivers and be sure the speakers are plugged into the correct ports
     
  3. chibahawk

    chibahawk Thread Starter

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    yup uninstalled the 7.1 drivers and installed the 5.1 drivers


    question should all my speakers be goin at once if im just listening to music? im thinking maybe only the front two are supposed to work but how can i change the settings and put some juice in the other speakers?
     
  4. timothye

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    depending on what your listening to . pop in a cd and hit play , then you should walk around and test to hear whats working and whats not .also there should be a program from logitech that allows you to test your surround sound system .
    cheers
     
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