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Want to plug it into my compter! is this possible?

I have a bose speaker (not sure what the name of it is) and i was wondering if there is a cable you can buy so that you can plug it into your computer to use it like that thanks?????

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Yes there is! I use them myself.
It is a headphone jack that connects to 2 RCA Jacks. You can purchase them at almost any store.

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you can get one for $3 at: http://www.myradiostore.com/p/6-foot-gold-plated-rca-y-adapter.html

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