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Old 12-05-2006, 06:07 PM   #1
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I've just recently noticed that one of my speakers is working.
If I change the configuration in the audio panel, it changes nothing.

I'm using Logitech X-530 speakers.
Currently I know that the problem proberly doesn't lie with the speakers.

Things I've tried with hardware.

When I inserted the
orange plug in to the in to the same colour jack, it told me to put it into the black jack!
Its the other way around with the black plug..
The only jacks which work correctly are the green, microphone, line in and line out.

The thing is, depending on the way I put the plugs in changes what speakers work.


Orange Plug -> Black Jack
Black Plug -> Orange Jack

That makes my front speakers work but my rear doesn't work (I get a slight click noise when i test it).

Now if I put the plugs in to the correct colour jacks, my front right speaker doesn't work. Though my left speaker acts as both when when it is connected like that. With this configuration, the rear speakers work also.

Things I've tried with software.

Removing All Drivers
Reinstalling Drivers

What I'm using.

ASUS M2N-E (Onboard High Definition Audio)
Windows MCE 2005
Logitech X-530 5.1 Speakers

Now, after all that I'm wondering if anyone knows a solution to this or has an idea I can try to fix this.

Thanks to all.
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Old 12-06-2006, 06:12 AM   #2
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Default Re: Audio Problems

Have ya looked in the media centre setup for MCE, im sure there are options in there for ya speaker setup
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Old 12-06-2006, 06:45 AM   #3
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Nope, that wasn't the problem.
I found out the problem after a day or two trying to get this to work but I found a solution.

Just tell the AudioMax software to ignore what speakers are plugged in or press cancel when a speaker is detected.

Thanks for your suggestion anyway.
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