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    NF7-s Rev.2 sound problems!

    Hello all!

    Ive just this minute recieved my first set of high quality speakers - Logitech Z560's! There beautiful! The thing is, when i set them up, only 1 channel was working very well, and the other channels were very low in volume. I sorted this problem buy enabling M3D and adjusting the fade function so that both rear and front speakers were level. But i then realised that my front left speaker was on a very very low volume. Ive tried the other speakers/wires in this channel, and it doesnt do anything! Ive set my soundstorm on 4channel, with anologue and digital output.

    Please help!

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    right, first thing to do as always, back to basics. check everything is in the right hole and goes to the correct speaker, make sure all the jacks are in properly. have you got the nforce 2 control panel installed?
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    cheers for such a quick reply!

    everything is plugged in aok, ive been over it about 3 times. Yer ive got the latest nvidia chipset drivers, with the soundstorm control panel
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    ok, are your speakers designed for analoug or digi out?
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    right
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    ive no idea actually, i think its analogue, on the cp ive just ticked em both :O
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    Make sure Dolby Surround Encoding is switched off in the control panel. And turn off digital output as you dont need it

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    done, but still no luck!

    thanks for your help guys, but keep em coming!

    cheers
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    Update!

    ive just wheeled my mums tv into my room, and put the jack into the headphone socket, and the channel was perfectly fine. All the channels worked fine so err.. it must be a problem with my pc!
    XP 1800+ @ 2050mhz (Coolmaster Xdream)
    Abit NF7-S rev2.0
    40GB Maxtor 7200rpm
    Connect3D Radeon 9600 @ Latest Cat's
    512 pc3200 ddr ram
    Windows XP PRO SP1a
    Logitech Z560's
    Logitech MX500

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