Question about Logitech R-20 Computer Speakers
Both were working, but my 2 computers had to go into the computer and now I cannot get them working, I am sure that I am doing something wrong.
Even a diagram would help.
(1) Logitech R20 Nidek S-0153A has one plug going into a larger box, 2 speakers and only one green button to hook into the computer.
(2) I also want to hook up a mike, but it does not work either. Labtec AM-242 NCAT
(3)Monsoon Multimedia MH-500. Has 2 round ports that you hook up the left and the right ones (marked for each) It has a DC 125 V (22A). There is a female end for a male unit to fit into and a plug. There is a yellow female end for the male unit to fit into, but nothing that goes to the computer.
THEY BOTH WORKED BEFORE, SO I AM DOING SOMETHING WRONG. Thank you
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Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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