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Old 02-01-2011, 08:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just bought a 2.1ch speaker system for my computer. In my sound control panel on Vista there is no option for 2.1, only 2ch, 5.1ch, and 7.1ch. What, if anything, can I do so that I can be able to control; the sub from the computer. The speakers I bought are Philips SPA2360/17 2.1 Multimedia Speakers. Thanks in advance.

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I have a 2.1 set, Logitec Z4's. I have my sound set to stereo. 2.1 doesn't have their own setting. Being that it comes out from one Audio cable, it's not true 2.1.

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