First off Im not too technical. When i last had my motherboard re-done I was given and told to install HD Realtek Audio Manager driver for my sound.
My speakers are the Logitech X-530 5.1 Speaker System.
At the moment, I have found that to get full sound from all speakers when playing media through winamp v2.9.1 or windows media player classic v22.214.171.124, I have to go into HD Realtek Audio Manager and manually set the Center/Subwoofer and Rear speaker settings to front speaker line settings. They work fine in the realtek tests (buzzy bee, loopy music). When I have singled out the speakers in question by unplugging the others and I play media, there is a small amount of sound coming out of them, but definitly not the amount that should be coming out.
Any help would be much appreciated and if you need to know more information, ask.
Ive just tried playing a track in windows media player version 11, and the speakers work fine, so I'm sure that it is the fact that i use an old version of winamp (which I'm reluctant to update) and watch my video on a simple version of windows media player. i guess my question now is how do i set up the computers sound to stay on settings that keep all the speakers working fine regardless of what program I'm playing through. I'm sure I wouldn't mind if the rear and center/sub speaker settings were permanently on front speaker settings, as I'm fine with stereo rather than full 5.1 sound.