Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I am going to work on the assumption that you have computer speakers (they have a power cord) and all the cables you need. Let me know if my answer doesn't seem to fit your situation.
On the back of your computer there should be a mini-phones jack with a tiny picture of a speaker or next to it. This is the output of your computer that needs to be connected to the input of your speakers. Your speakers will have a mini phones jack marked "input" or a wire with a mini phones plug on the end. Once you have the input connected just turn the power on and away you go.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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