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2.0 CH USB Powered speaker System

USB is plugged in. NO sound. So is the USB for power only? My computer does not have the receiver for one banana plug

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Yes.. in those types of speaker systems the usb is for just power.. and the "banana plug" is the audio jack.. there should be some kind of audio outpu on your computer .. it is usually located in the back near the middle or bottom.

Posted on Jan 09, 2009

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