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Where do I plug the mic into my computer LOL - Logitech Extreme PC Gaming Headset Behind the Neck Stereo With Mic: 980233-0403 (3.5mm plug, Retail) Computer Speakers

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Logitech, with all their improvements and in ovations? Well , they have made it easy for all of us that lack skills of the electrical nature? They
in their great wisdom, have color coded the connections? That are on the ends of their gaming headsets . That a person with a normal eye for color will look at the back of their desktop? Yes sometimes itsnot the soundcard, but motherboard connections? The good thing is that the PC builders have all thought this such an outstanding vision? That now even the desktops without sound cards have these color coded connections on the back of the desktop.Laptops also are in the union? The position of most laptops connections are generally around the ports or the middle,thin part of laptop. Give us an email, if you still are searching?Thanks for the shout,good luck?

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To your new concern:
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