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Most computer have 3 i/o jacks similar to what you see on an mp3 player/ipod, and they are usually color coded. Green is for headphones. Connect your headphone jack into the green port, or, if your jacks are not color coded, look for one with a headphone symbol.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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