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Need Audio Cable Extension

I recently added a new Computer Desk and the Audio Cable from the Powered Speaker to the Computer Out Jack is not long enough. I can,t find an Extension Cable. Is there such and how do you define the type of Plug and Jack for the cable?

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You would be looking for a Lead that has a 3.5 Ml Male Connector Jack to plug in to PC, and a 3.5 Ml Female Connection on the end in which you will plug your PC Speakers in, that will also have a 3.5 Ml Jack on the end.

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