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MY Boston Digital BA735 speakers were disconnected and now I want to connect them back but evidentally I forgot how and where to connect them. I have an emahcine TS642 compiuter. I tried playinvg a cd and get the response on my monitor screen showing that it si running, but no sound. The speakers cnsist of a main conrol box with 4 sockets for connections on the back ot it. The one on the left is labeled |12 volt in AC/DC", I have this connected o.k. The second one is labeled "Control Out",, blue colored. The third one is "Digital In". I have no ided what gets connected to this socket. The last one is "analogue in", a purple colored connection. I have a speaker with a volume conrol and an auxiliary speaker.

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You can use LINE OUT terminal on back of PC and hook it up at Analog In on speaker system.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa,

Normally, it should be the Analog IN of the Boston Digital BA735 connected to the green jack at the back of the PC. If that does not work, pls try the front.

Just a start, do postback how things turned up or should you need additional information. Good luck and Thank you for using FixYa.

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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