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SR5550R DESKTOP SETUP DETAILS LAYOUT INS OUTS

SR5550R DESKTOP
HARDWARE CONNECTIONS INPUTS OURPUTS

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S550R was sold only in eastern Europe, therefore I will publish documentation for the analog model SR5550f:
Click here to see main input output on installation poster.

All manuals here. » Getting Started Guide 40.23M » Advanced Setup Guide 5.31M » Setup Poster

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Here support page.
Input outputs are Monitor, Audio speakers out (green jack), Audio mic in (red), and aux (blue, often not used). Here how to connect monitor and speakers. also input from Keyboard and mouse on Ps1. Additionally computer has several USB, a LAN card and an integrated modem (optional). This PC can also have card reader and has a power cord.
» Setting up a Monitor
Connecting Speakers in Windows Vista.
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