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G560 shut off LED's when computer is off.

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    T Arvind

    Hi Alexandre, 
    Thanks for reaching out. You have an option to turn it off on your GHub the you will have to check the box for "Turn Off Lighting After User Activity"

    In case if you need any additional support, please write back to us.

    Regards,
    Arvind T M
    Logi Support

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  • Geddeon

    Yup, please add this, Logitech!

     

    PS: You don't need to unplug the speakers, you can turn them off (button behind the right speaker) but still very annoying to have to do manually.

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  • dejanh

    There is an option (preference) in the current release of LGS to shut down the speakers after 30 minutes on idle. I have enabled this on my G560 speakers. Unfortunately I am not at home right now so I cannot check the exact location of this setting.

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  • Jerrson

    Has anyone has any answer to this? Mine still powered on after 30 mins of cpu was off. Also has the latest firmware.

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  • ThoMatBu

    There's a power button behind the right speaker. Use it to turn off your speakers.

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  • Dreadneck

    I have the same issue and no you can not use the button on the right speaker. Once the PC is off that button no longer functions at all (I have videos showing this). It is not a random thing it is every time. So yes you need to either 1) turn off the LEDs before you shut down teh PC or 2) unplug them. These speakers are a *** right now.

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  • Nizz2

    In my testing thus far - I've found that if I set my computer to go to "SLEEP" instead of "SHUTDOWN" ALL the lights on the G560 turn off and do exactly what I want them too.

     

    If I shutdown the PC the g560 lights just colour cycle and only ever turn off If I manually hit the power button on the lower right speaker.

     

    My thought is that if the speakers can turn off totally when PC is asleep why do they colour cycle when shutdown? (I think it has something to do with the LGS Software is terminated during a shutdown but not a sleep)

     

    It should be noted that I also have the "Enable device startup effect when starting the device" option turned OFF in the g560 settings. (THIS SETTING should stop the colour cycle right??? it must be broken as it does nothing)

     

    My Mobo doesn't have a USB off setting for sleep state - however I've totally unplugged the USB connecter from the g560 after shutdown and even when I do that it just colour cycles so its nothing to do with the mobo supplying power to the speakers after a shutdown .

     

    My finding is pretty similar in the new G-HUB software.,

    Any thoughts? turning it on and off via the power button multiple times daily is annoying.

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  • ThoMatBu

    I had to use it as my sleeping lamp.

    The only way to fix the power button to turn it off manually is using default color cycle and sync with other devices. So, it's no longer buggy when I shut off computer. But also, I had to change the usb port for it to make it work perfectly. I'm using the usb 3.1 port of the mobo directly. So up to now, it's okay for a while. No buggy. But other effects could be buggy when shutting it off.

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  • Alexandre M

    Hello, I'm very surprised that this product is still lighting even if the computer is off : it's disturbing, it's consuming energy unnecessarily.

     

    Any fix in August 2021?

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