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Need some help, Speakers have suddenly reversed channels
I have a Logitech 5.1 X-540 speaker set. Up until today everything worked fine. But a little while ago when I started up Civ V I noticed the audio sounded goofy. I quit out of the game and now my audio channels seem to be permanently reversed. The rear sound coming out of my front 3 speakers and the front sound coming out of the two rear speakers. Sub seems to work as normal.
I thought it might be my sound card (X-fi extreme gamer) so I updated the drivers. No luck. I tried the onboard sound and it did the same thing. Tried rebooting as wells as unplugging and replugging in all the speakers and powercables on the speakers. Sound is still coming out wrong.
I have to believe it's something with the computer itself since both the onboard and the x-fi are both doing it. I guess it could be the speakers but it seems strange that it would just start doing it out of the blue.
Can't seem to find out anything relevant on the internet. So if somebody has any ideas on how to fix this please don't be shy.
Edit: On further review they may not be reversed. It seems the front 3 speakers are just very quiet while the rears and sub are loud as hell. So I really don't know what is going on.