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Old 01-27-09, 06:31 PM   #1
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Logitech PC speakers

I have a 5 piece logitech 540 5.1 speaker system with a 6th piece subwoofer. Anyways, the two rear speakers seem to garble background music of the songs when in the "Matrix" mode. Is that natural? The system came with three cord-jacks, but I only need to plug in the green colored one into the laptop for the system to play sound. Is there a way that I can configure the rear speakers to play normally? Or is this natural?
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It might or might not be. My system doesn't send anything to the rear channels when upmixing is off and the source is not 4.1 or 5.1.

Do make sure that you have that other plug connected, though. The other two are for rear (black) and center (orange).
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