Question about RCA WHP150C Consumer Headphones
Just plug the RCA Headphones Base Station into the headphone or speaker jack on the back of your computer (the headphone or speaker jack usually being green in color), and turn the volume up in Microsoft Windows to about 75%, then adjust the volume control on your headphones to a comfortable level. (p.s. even if you don't use Microsoft Windows, turn the volume up to about 75%, as most computer sound chips are very similar in their output level.)
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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