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How to install philips portable speakers to my hp computer

I would like to add to my current speakers but there is no xtra port for the small male insert. Can I just splice into the wires or is there a better way?

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Use a multi-out jack....it will have two out jacks(female) and one pin(male) to be inserted into the audio out jack on the computer, connect your speakers pins(male) to those 2 out jacks....
look for this.....buy it on ebay look for "Audio Spliter"
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