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How do I play music from my computer through the speakers attached to my Denon D M50S?

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On the back of your computer should be an audio out jack, generally marked Green. You can get a 3.5mm jack plug to two RCA plugs. The jack plugs into the green socket and the two RCA into an Aux/CD socket of the Denon. If you have other speakers connected to that Green Socket you can get a headphone splitter socket and plug that into the green socket.

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Get the adabtor that can take the headset output and convert it to compatible connections for your sound system. I believe your sound system uses the RCA phono plug type connections.

Places like Radio Shack should be able to help you with what you need.


Jerry G.

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

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