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Boston Acoustic BA735 wont play on my computer

I have a 2002 Gateway computer and when I plug the cables into their appropriate jacks, sound wont play. I previously had analog speakers, I think. The cable going to into my computer had two black rings on the jack, and now these speakers have one.


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The cable with 2 rings is stereo, a single ring is mono, you have to make sure that you are using the right cable/speaker combo. The speaker output is usually lime green, hope this helps, more info perhaps?

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  • 1r1sh Jan 24, 2009

    The cable with 2 rings is stereo, a single ring is mono, you have to make sure that you are using the right cable/speaker combo. The speaker output is usually lime green, hope this helps, more info perhaps?

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