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Logitech Z-640 Parts

I have the Logitech Z640 surround sound for computers. It came with a adapter to change it to go with gaming system with green and black plugs on one side and red and white on the other side so it can go into the back of a tv. Where can I find just that piece?

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What piece are you seeking? the amplifier or module to convert to your TV? to make this work, you'll need to inform us of the computer make/model and o/s, and the TV that you're looking to plug into.

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