Question about Ozaki DT-500 3-Piece Speaker System w/Subwoofer&Wired Remote (Silver) Computer Speakers
I just had a new computer built for me by a local tech. I just realized that I don't have anywhere to plug in my speakers. My tech is out of town for two weeks. Anyone know what I can do to get some sound. I do videos for a living, and it is hard to do my job without music. I'm using my old computer in the meantime, but it is soooo slow.
I assume this is a Windows based machine. And the reality is that your tech didn't put a sound card in it or you would have a way to connect sound. There is a good possiblity that he did and it has a unique arcithecure to it that isn't the norm, which means you would need to feel with your hands for any doors that slide open to reveal a mini (head phone) or RCA jacks ( the ones that are usually on the back of a DVD player for audio) then you would just need to plug your speakers in to that jack. If there is none, you are out of luck and need to wait for him or take it into a Fry's or some other local computer shop to have them install a card for you ( i assume if you had someone else build it for you, your not the kind to open it and install one yourself).
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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