Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The socket for installing the Speaker pin is on the CPU and not on the Monitor. The Monitor is just an output device, just like the speaker and gets all its data from the CPU.
Look at the back of your CPU. Firstly you should be able to locate the pin coming out of your speakers and which is gonna connect to the computer. Once you have located this pin, there are three sockets just right for this speaker jack at the back of your CPU. Only one of the three is used for attaching a speaker.
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Posted on Oct 18, 2007
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