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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Pa2006, Jul 23, 2006.

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  1. Pa2006

    Pa2006 Thread Starter

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    Logitech X-530 - PC Multimedia Home Theatre Speaker System i was thinking about purchasing this speaker system but i was reading reviews about it and it was saying that when playing music through these speakers only sound will come out of two of the speakers(there is 4 speakers with this package) is there way to make sound come out of the 4 speakers, could someone please give my advice or information on this product please?:)
     
  2. thecoalman

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    CD Audio is only 2 channel, those are 5.1 surround sound speakers. Playback in the rear speakers depends on your soundcard. for example with a Audigy2 ZS you can force it to play in all 4 satellites.
     
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    What do you have for your home stereo system?

    I've got the pc hardwired into the house stereo - TEAC 240 watts x 4, w/Cerwin-Vega 712's, and it fills the house. Speaker placement is important too...

    Quadrophonic sound got ditched in the 60's, 'cause there had to be perfect speaker placement/listener position, to discern all four channels.
     
  4. stecks

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    i got a logitech 4.1 sound system setup on my comp (don't now the exact details it's a few years old) but i've also had my Teac 5x100 reciever alone with the 2 fronts,2rears and center hookedup to my pc before and it almost got us kicked out of our old apartment.
     
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