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Logitech R-20 connection method

I'm looking at purchasing Logitech R-20 speaker system & wanting to know by what method do they connect to a PC, i.e. usb or other & are they suitable for a notebook.

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Either way you should be fine. Notebooks have the proper connectors to hook up an external speaker system to them. Just hook up the 1/8" connector with the green end to the green 1/8" female audio port and you're set to go.

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