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Hi.im trying to plug logitech speakers into my hp pavillion. it has been done before as i got the computer off a friend.icant find anywhere that the cord from the speakers fit.please help

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Could you give me the model of the logitech speakers and the Hp system
Generally a normal 2.1 speakers have a green connector , and should plug in to the round green jack at the back of the system.

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Mandeep

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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