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Labtec speaker with sub woofe

No sound. I know that you don't plug in all the colours into the subwoofer or the back of the computer but can't remember the sequence

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Re: labtec speaker with sub woofe

Generally speaking there is only one wire plugged into the computer and the subwoofer plugs into one of the speakers

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