How to connect the two wires plugs pinc and green pluggs
Hallo! There is not any problem with my microphone.my microphone is brand new ,the one which is with "Changing Color Plates"
There are two wires with two different plugges
to be connected to the computer , one plug is pinc color and the other one is green color
I know that the pinc one is for the microphone
but I dont know where is the place of the green plug on the computer .The reason that I bought this Mic.
is for two purposes:-
1- To listen privately in my head phone, or
2- to listen without head phone when I need to
ie. my family to listen.
My question is kinly help me how and where shall I connect the green wire thank you in advance. Edward
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for short, just dont mind the color.. the black wire from the new plug goes to right in/on the appliance terminal block, the white from the new plug goes to both white in the middle of the same terminal block and the red wire from the new plug goes to left terminal block of the appliance therminal block and of coarse the green from the new plug goes to the appliance frame.. no need nor sense in trying to figure the wire color of the appliance as it does not mean anything really and it does not follow any rules nor standards..
you will need to connect your speakers to your computer then you will need to install them to your computer usually at the back of a desktop computer there is three input plugs blue green pink/red or a usb connection depending on your speakers on a laptop usually a usb connection if your computer came with a motherboard disc the sound drivers could be on it click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll to sound,video and game controllers you might see a yellow question exclamation mark? ! or a red X Right click to reinstall drivers
click start control panel sounds and audio devices select advanced there might be a tick in the mute box untick it or select audio from the microphone drop down list make sure you have the right one selected and in the volume box make sure the microphone box has a tick in it or select the voice tab and make sure that you have the right media selected also select volume make sure the box for microphone has a tick in it also click start control panel sounds and audio devices then select voice then select volume from the microphone you can increase the volume or you can test your hardware in XP in W 7 click start control panel hardware and sound manage audio devices recording right click on microphone you can configure speech recognition or you might have to boost hope this helps you
Open the plug case by prying it apart.
The tiny circuit board is labelled on one side - three connectors for the headset and two for the microphone.
G - headset ground - red/gold wire
R - headset right - blue wire
L - heasdet left - red wire
The good news is with exception for the yoke plugs and convergence plugs, they all will be a diffrent shape and size so it will be difficult to get them in wrong. Just don't force a plug on if it does not fit. If your board has yoke plugs they usaly will be marked with a red green or blue mark on them, this is also true for the convergence pluggs, and the board is usaly marked with the same color.
The speakers wires are normally color coded if the computer isn't ancient, the Speaker PLUG is green, if you are using the speakers in the monitor, then plug the green one from monitor to green jack on back of PC, (Microphone plug and jack is pink/Red).
If you are using other speakers 3rd party, 4.1,5.1, the hookup is different usually, But I think you need green to green, there should only be one green plug on back of PC, It may be labled sound out. but yours is probably green.
PS you also need to kake sure the monitor speakers dont require their own Power Supply/ AC adapter, Most of them do, while some desktop and monitor speakers do not just connect the cord ffrom monitor to green jack, "sound out". If this helps, thanks for the feedback
Go to start and hit control panel. Next click Sounds, Speech, and Audio devices. Click 'change speaker settings'. Click audio in the tabs. Click the droplist and select the speaker brand you have.
If that doesn't work, make sure the speakers are connected to the correct computer jacks. Green is the common speaker color, so hook the speaker wire into the green computer input.
Pink is microphone, so that could be the problem.