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Interference with headphones

I just got logitech r-10 speakers for work. i have a dell desktop (no tower) with only two possible ports to plug into. (one with a microphone icon, and one with headphones) the speakers work plugged into the port with the headphone icon, but when i plug MY headphones into the speakers, i still get sound, but it's really fuzzy. (almost like it's not plugged in all the way- but it is) first, are the speakers plugged in correctly? second, why wouldn't the sound be clear if i plug headphones into the speakers?

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  • nelsonsarah May 01, 2008

    the three plugs on the front of what? there are only two places i can find to plug in the speakers-- like i said... one with a headphone icon, and one with a microphone icon.

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Have a look at the three plugs on the front tell me how it went my e-mail JAyden.mills1@education.nsw.go.au

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