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Topic # 84708 6-Jun-2011 13:14
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Bought some logitech speakers to connect with my acer laptop, but having trouble in getting sound through the speakers and sub as followed the steps....sound is very low through speakers..although i did updated the sound driver as well..any help or ideas please appreciated...

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  Reply # 478228 6-Jun-2011 14:21
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A bit vague, what speakers, laptop, OS, are you connecting via jack or usb etc etc.




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  Reply # 478235 6-Jun-2011 14:54
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valtam: A bit vague, what speakers, laptop, OS, are you connecting via jack or usb etc etc.



logitech LS21 speakers for PC/CD/MP3 has 3.5mm jack to plug into Acer 5520G laptop, thinking its a sound card issue not to sure?...was just wondering if theres anything you can do...even updated the driver for the sound audio but still no result...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 478241 6-Jun-2011 15:17
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Make sure all connections are in firmly and properly, check the sound levels in Control Panel/Sound.
Is the volume up on the Logitech volume box? Is it switched on? Restart the computer with the speakers plugged into the laptop. If still no luck, just take the lappy and speakers into PBTech, they will check everything for you, no charge.




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  Reply # 478242 6-Jun-2011 15:19
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Also try different speaker configurations in Control Panel eg. 2.1, Desktop etc.




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