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Need instalation instructions

I bought a Logitech set of computer speakers and sub woofer .I am not sure where you plug the sub power cable,the power transformer and the green jack.Thanks Victor.

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I have the boston ba745 computer speakers but i need the subwoofer is it possible to be able to buy this and the software for it

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Re: need instalation instructions

Usually the speaker setup is easy, connecting with the manual all the respective cables, and the black , green, orange, to the back out to the Sound card. if you have of course I presume a 5.1 sound card. if not, just use the green cable to the green on the sound card, and black according.
you have to connect the SUB alone and send the green and black signals to the port on the sound card.
good luck

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