When did the Logitech x540 come out?

When did the Logitech x540 come out?

Aug. 7 2012
Additional Information

Date First Available Aug. 7 2012
Customer Reviews 3.7 out of 5 stars 8 ratings 3.7 out of 5 stars
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No

How do I connect my Logitech x540?

Once it’s in place, plug each speaker in by its respective color until all speakers are correctly plugged in. After that, use the supplied cable to connect your sound card’s green, black, and yellow ports to the subwoofer’s green, black, and yellow ports; which are the top three ports on the back of the subwoofer.

How do I connect my Logitech x540 to my TV?

Premium Member. You can use a RCA (male) -> 3.5mm (headphone male) and plug that into the green spot on the sub. Then on the Logitech x-540 click down the little button on the other side of the volume controller (opposite of the power button), it should light up green and create a pseudo surround sound.

What does the matrix button on Logitech speakers do?

from what I know, the matrix button is suppose to “emulate” 5.1 sound from sources that really are not. It’s hard to explain, but sometimes if you play some sound/music, only sound will come from the front speakers. If you turn on matrix, it will “emulate” and rear speakers have sound as well.

How do I connect 5.1 speakers to my PC?

Connect the sound cable with black connectors into the Rear Speaker Out port on the back of the computer. Plug the other end of the cable into the black port on the subwoofer, next to the green port. Connect the sound cable with orange connectors into the orange Center or Digital Out port on the back of the computer.

What does matrix do on a speaker?

The function is to allow multichannel audio, such as quadraphonic sound or surround sound to be encoded in a stereo signal, and thus played back as stereo on stereo equipment, and as surround on surround equipment – this is “compatible” multichannel audio.

Are PC speakers Good for TV?

Even a cheap pair of PC speakers can make a huge difference in the quality of your TV audio. It’s pretty easy to score a great deal on a TV these days, but most of the lower-end and bargain-basement models have one thing in common: rotten speakers.

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