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Thread: Logitech z-680 speakers




  1. #1
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    Hi,

    I have just purchased the Logitech z-680 speakers and
    can only get 2 front speakers to work. Do I need to buy any
    extra connections or cables to get it to work properly
    Can anyone assist please

    thanks.:cry:
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    Hello what a coincidence, as I just purchased those bad-boys too! Now those speakers are designed for a 5.1 channel surround sound setup. Basically this means you need a sound card that will support it such as the Sound Blaster Live! 5.1, The Sound Blaster Audigy/Audigy 2, Guillemot Hercules GameSurround Fortissimo III 7.1, etc. Once you get one of these cards ensure you have the latest drivers from the manufacters website, and then enjoy the surround sound :D
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    Nice choice of speakers. ;) Basically, what you'll need to do is use the cable that came with the speakers (with the green, yellow and black connectors) and plug them into the back of the little speaker control box, and the other 3 ends into the appropriate ports on your Audigy. What you then have to do is go into either your Audigy Speaker setup and tell it that you have a 5.1 speaker system connected.

    Once you've done that, you'll have to make sure that you've set the input type on the little speaker box thing to 'Direct', and the setting beneath to either "PL2 Movie' or "PL2 Music". Alternatively, if you have an Audigy with the front 5 1/2" bay, then you can use a fibre optic cable to hook the speakers up as well.

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