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How would I connect the Kross Bazooka USB computer speakers ?

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If you have Win XP SP2 or higher you should be fine with just the USB speakers. When you plug them in the computer will tell you if it found the speakers and installed the driver for them. It will say equipment is installed and working or it will say equipment did not install properly if there is a problem.

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