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Diagram of how to connect audio and micraphone on a Vastro 200

I don't know if I have the right cable into the right jacks....

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Gday mate,geoff here, now with the speakers ( Green plug) and the microphone ( Pink Plug) there should be on the back of the macine 3 small sockets Blue, green and pink, the blue for auxilary input, alternitively there is a small hatch on the front with these plugs in there, hope this helps, geoff.

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