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New computer iMAC OSX Leopard

Is there some sort of adapter that I can plug the speakers into so I can wind up with a USB connector for the iMac

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Re: New computer iMAC OSX Leopard

Nope they dont make that for mac u would need a eth ins mini sterio jack to usb if they did

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Hello bluangel88,

Thank you for choosing Go to your local computer accessories dept. store (Wal-Mart, Fred-Meyer, or other Electronics store that sells computers and accessories) - Ask a representative about a splitter that will allow you to plug the two speaker wires into the splitter, which will then plug into the one speaker port on your computer.(may need to take wires, if detachable) or speakers with you. This will make it easier to locate the correct adapter (splitter) for your speakers.

I hope this information is useful,and I hope you find what you need to get your speakers working.

Thank you again for choosing,


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