12-28-2009 04:23 AM
I have a new Logitech AudioHub to go with my new Medion Akoya S5612 laptop (running Windows 7) that cracks and pops and eventually turns itself off when playing music. It works fine on my Vista Laptop so its not a problem with the AudioHub itself. I have tried updating all drivers on the Medion but no luck so far.
what can I do?
01-07-2010 01:35 PM
01-08-2010 03:49 PM
I have an HP notebook that I recently installed windows 7 on, and now I am experiencing the same problem. Here is what I can tell you about my issue: The audiohub speakers work perfect when i play a game. However, they crackle and pop, and quickly shut off then turn back on automatically(but with no sound) if i try to use them to play music in iTunes, or listen to any type of sound within a web browser. I have tried this with the same result using FIrefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chome. I have ran several other operating systems on this notebook in the past, including but not limited to Windows XP, Windows Vista(32 and 64 bit), and LInux. The audio hub has worked flawlessly on these operating systems, but it works hardly at all on Windows 7. Is there any type of workaround for this? I love my audiohub speakers and would hate to give them up because of an incompatibility
01-15-2010 02:58 PM
I also have been encountering the exact same problems. The speakers worked great with Vista but I'm having issues with 7. I have an HP Compaq 8510p business workstation. I've tried looking for new drivers but as far as I know I have the latest driver installed. I'm guessing theres an issue with the driver for Windows 7 but haven't been able to find a solution yet.
02-28-2010 01:49 AM
Having the same issue here.
HP DV6 laptop running Windows 7
Speakers work OK for a couple of hours, with some slight cracking and popping.
Then they turn off and back on but with no sound.
Internet Explorer zero sound.
ITunes doesn't play music. Pressing play does nothing. The time bar doesn't move.
Media player no sound. etc etc
Only way to get sound back is to restart or log out and back into Windows..
Tried on XP and Vista with no problems.
03-10-2010 07:34 AM
I have the same problem with my Asus N61JQ with Windows 7 Home Premium x64. Before, I used the Logitech AudioHub with my old Amilo 1451G with Windows 7 Professional x86 and it worked well...
What´s the problem??
We need a solution because it´s impossible to use it with this popping sound...
04-25-2010 11:19 AM
I was having the same problem here.
The problem was in Firefox Media Player Plugin.
I uninstall the plugin and now the AudioHub is working perfectly again.
Hope this helps.