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Where do I plug in my new Technika speakers into on my Packard Bell desktop P.C.? there is only one cable (green) that will either fit into the back of the monitor (green audio jack) or only one green audio jack on back of hard drive, I have tried both but nothing happens?? please help :) x

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Ok, your speakers need to plug into the audio in jack on your pc, this is usualy found on the back of the motherboard. Like you said it will most probably be a green jack Most of the time its round the back of the pc. Its a good idea to have an audio file or something playing while you set this up so you can see if you get any sound.

Do you have sound on your pc normally? As it may be that your sound settings are not correct in windows
Go to the "control panel" and click sounds and audio devices
A menu will appear click the tab that says "audio"
Now look for the dropdown box under "sound playback" it should have something in it if its empty or says none click it and select something
Its also important to check the volume, do this by clicking on the volume button on the same page
make sure the faders are up
Realise it might be a bit complicated if you are new to pc's
any problems email me tim.otoo@gmail.com


The reason there is also a jack on your monitor is so that if you wish you can connect the "audio out" on your pc's motherboard to the "audio in" of your monitor and have sound come out your monitors inbuilt speakers

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