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Logitech X-530 speaker problems, speaker-issue

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Yesterday I bought Logitech's X-530 surround speaker-set. After setting it up and testing it, I noticed that the rear right speaker didn't work at all. Didn't make any sound at all. Rear left speaker was working fine, so I switched the right rear speaker to the left rear speaker's plug and it worked so the issue wasn't with the speaker itself, but with the right rear speaker-plug on the subwoofer.

So, today I returned it and took a new one home. Just got it set up, and upon testing I was happily greeted with the same issue.

Have I just bumped into a faulty line of Logitech's X-530's or is it because instead of a sound card, I use my motherboard's integrated one. I have Abit's IC7-motherboard and it's compatible with 6 speakers, and 5.1. And I don't quite understad how IC7 could cause the problem to exist in the way it does and therefore don't really think that buying a soundcard woul help.

Anyone else had a issue like this with X-530? It's a rather lenghty journey to the store where I bought it, and not even sure if I want to try a new one anymore.
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