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Creative 5 in 1 speaker set up

Hi could you tell me what ports i need to plug the 3 jack plugs in to i have front and rear working and woofer but no center speaker working

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Re: creative 5 in 1 speaker set up

Buy jack to connect all the cables.
because computer are only two output audio terminal.

Posted on Apr 27, 2009

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