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Won't work with PC

I bought one of these from Computer Geeks and they said it would work with PCs -- but there is no jack to let me hook it up. I also have their 5.1 speaker system and it has the exact same problem. Does anyone know what kind of adapter I would need?

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Re: Won't work with PC

They are not designed to work with PC's Take them back!

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