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How do I plug the 3 wires from speakers into Dell XSP 8700?

The color codes don't match up.

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  • Anonymous Apr 06, 2015

    The speakers are HK-595 and have a black lead labeled rear, a green lead labeled stereo and a yellow lead labeled digital. The back of the computer has a blue socket labeled stereo in, a green socket labeled line out, a pink socket labeled mic, and orange socket labeled center out/woofer, a black socket labeled rear, and a grey socket labeled middle surround.

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Anonymous,
Below are the jacks for the sound card. Hopefully, it will help you get your speakers connected to the correct jack.
Realtek ALC3861 7.1 integrated audio
Gray = Middle surround out
Black = Rear surround out
Orange = Subwoofer and center out
Pink = Microphone
Green = Stereo out, Front Speakers, Headphones
Blue = Stereo in

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