Question about HP JBL Platinum Computer Speakers
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yes you're right. It's a input not a output jack. I discovered it some time ago. The problem is the symbol on it seems like an headphone...
Posted on May 24, 2008
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It is possible, but you may run into a problem with the amplification to be able to hear the speaker. Without knowing exactly what your setup is the best I can say is to attempt to hook them up to your headphone jack and see how well they work. If you don't hear anything, you need an amplifier. If you hear a distorted sound, but volume is not an issue, use the line out jack and see if it is any better.
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
The kind of speakers usually don't effect what drivers you have to use. If you have your motherboard cd then you can install the sound drivers from that cd. And, if you still are unable to find them in the cd then please tell me the model no. of your PC(and/or model no. of the motherboard).
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Posted on Feb 20, 2009
Speakers don't really have Polarity ... they have Phase. The audiophile wants the speaker cone acting in the same direction not opposite directions. So, watch your wire - one conductor will have a rib on it, the other smooth. You pick which you want to hook to the red or the + or what the mark is on your devices pick the other conductor for the other side, black or - or what ever matches.
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Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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Nowhere -- speakers are electro-mechanical devices -- accept electrical power and move the speaker-cone, to create air-waves which your ear interprets as sounds.
They are not electronic devices that require software and device-drivers to make them work.
Posted on Feb 19, 2011
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