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Old 15th March 2007, 09:58 AM   #1
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Hi, i have some Logitech X-530 speakers and i have an issue, i am using them in my bedroom and i am using the 5.1 adapter which is going to my DVD player, i have swapped front and rear plugs over so the control speaker (one with volume knob) is at the head end (behind me) but because the other speakers are at the end of my bed (further away) so my speakers behind me seem alot louder than the others, so i don't really hear the others, i would like a way to be able to turn the volume down on these 2 speakers behind me or up the volume to the other 3 (there is a center speaker) i think lowering volume on 2 behind me would be easier.

Any information would really help, Thank you.
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