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Behind my speakers theres a wire and i dunno wer to plug it in cuz ms speakers dnt on plz help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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The odd plug coming out of the speakers is to connect to a power adapter to power the speakers, the other is to plug into the output plug of your sound card. Normally this is color-coded on the back of the computer in a light green colour.

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What is the power supply for these speakers


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While standard speakers connect to your computer with a wire, some speakers are made using wireless technology and do not require running wires to each speaker.
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I have a HK 595 sub. with no sattelite cables.


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Lost my Manual,where I do connect that speaker wire behind that speaker base?


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How do you find out what model speakers you have. also do i need nsome kind of adaptor to plug them into computer. i only have two speakers and i believe there should be more speakers cuz one speaker says...


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There's always a bzzz sound coming out when plugged in.


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Not all the speakers are working


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